Oct 26 2013, 5:00am CDT | by PR.com
Cincinnati, OH, October 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- As the CEO of The Business Backer, a financing company dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, Jim Salters has plenty of intimate knowledge of the issues and processes behind small business lending. On October 23, 2013, Salters was invited to share his knowledge with those in attendance at the Evoke 2013 Business Coaching Summit, presented by EMyth.
The event, held at Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel in Portland, Oregon, took place from Sunday, October 20th through Wednesday, October 23, with one bonus day for those interested in EMyth certification.
The summit featured speakers, coaching labs, networking events and an informational meeting about EMyth Business Coach Certification, all presented with the goal of helping members of the business community expand their knowledge bases and grow in their fields. Salters, a featured speaker at the event, joined an illustrious team of eleven other speakers who were also invited to present at the Business Coaching Summit.
The objective of Salter’s session, “Small Business Lending - What Every Business Coach Should Know,” was to advise business coaches how to help their clients navigate this fast-growing sector by understanding the kinds of products out there and the methods of choosing the right product for each unique business.
The Business Backer offers financing solutions for small businesses, providing each client with an assigned financial advisor who develops customized solutions for each business. To date, the company has funded 4,404 businesses, and as of September 1, 2013, had provided $130,770,000 in total funding.
For more information about The Business Backer, visit the website at www.businessbacker.com or call 866-615-4747. The Business Backer is located at 10101 Alliance Road, Suite 140 in Cincinnati, OH.
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