Cedric Richmond, Senior Advisor to the President and Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, joins Intuit’s Luke Voiles on May 20 at 1 PM ET (10 AM PT) in a Town Hall moderated by Emmy award-winning journalist Lisa Ling. Along with members of QuickBooks® Small Business Advisory Council, this impressive lineup of panelists will discuss pressing questions from the attendees on how to improve access to capital, grants, and affordable loans for small businesses.
Accessing capital is critical for a full recovery. The 2021 Intuit QuickBooks Small Business Recovery Report found that while all 10 U.S. sectors reported hitting pre-pandemic monthly revenue benchmarks by the end of April 2021, the estimated result was a $4.6 billion shortfall nationwide. Thousands of small business owners continue to struggle with meeting payroll and maintaining business operations while dealing with closures, expensive pivots and diminished cash flow. As such, the biggest challenge for small business owners continues to be capital.
This QuickBooks Town Hall offers a forum for small business owners to share their stories and ask panelists questions about access to capital and funding. Join the discussion and gain clarity on this very real and ongoing challenge for U.S. small businesses.
QuickBooks Town Hall: Accessing capital, grants and affordable loans
May 20, 2021 at 1-2 PM ET (10-11 AM PT)
The complete list of Town Hall panelists include:
- Cedric Richmond, Senior Advisor to the President and Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement
- Luke Voiles, Vice President and Business Leader of QuickBooks Capital
- Lisa Ling (moderator), Emmy award-winning journalist
- Dana Donofree, entrepreneur and founder of AnaOno
- Allison DeVane, founder of Teaspressa
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear directly from the White House’s Cedric Richmond and a panel of small business experts. Learn more and register at https://intuit.zoom.us/webinar/register/1116206680329/WN_7cZFVVU_RsCM-_IsNH3jew.