Travis CU - RoundTable: Lessons Learned on Finding Success After COVID w/ Nathan Cox Sr. VP of TCU

Travis CU - RoundTable: Lessons Learned on Finding Success After COVID w/ Nathan Cox Sr. VP of TCU

Thursday, October 1, 2020 5:00pm to 6:00pm
No Cost

This peer-to-peer roundtable, featuring representatives from one of the region’s largest employers, Travis Credit Union, invites small business owners to come together for an in-depth and personal look at how we can all pivot, modify and even expand operations in a post-COVID world.

We’ll look at some of the challenges Travis Credit Union has faced during the pandemic, and company leaders will offer their own advice for smaller businesses. We will also look at the ways businesses have been able to grow during the pandemic and how those practices can be incorporated in your own operations. 

This will be a highly interactive discussion with time for Q&A and best practice sharing. 

Moderated by Tim Murrill, Director of Solano SBDC and guest speaker, Nathan Cox, Senior VP Chief Lending Officer of Travis Credit Union

Discussion topics: 

  • The evolution of COVID at TCU and the steps taken to adjust, as a lender and community partner
  • Key learnings or surprises that TCU and its clients faced along the way
  • Insider look at what was revealed during the PPP loan application process - planning for the future. 
  • Reveal of trends forming in a post COVID world that will impact small businesses
  • Valuable advice on how small businesses can succeed/adapt to those trends

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. 

info@solanosbdc.org
707-646-0171
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