Calling Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners
Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) presents “In The Mix” an innovative empowerment campaign and networking opportunity to connect entrepreneurs and financial professionals through a promotional marketing campaign and networking event that brings together both communities to vibe, create, collaborate and uplift each other.
November is National Entrepreneurship month, a time to recognize and celebrate the successes and contributions of our nation’s entrepreneurs and express our support for them and their work in innovating and mapping the future. Established in 2012, National Entrepreneurship Month evolved from the first National Entrepreneur’s Day in 2010. As we celebrate Entrepreneur Month, UFSC is seeking entrepreneurs and business owners to promote to our network of financial professionals and partners in southern Maryland, Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia areas.
Our goal in the month of November is to be intentional about “economic empowerment” in the DMV area by promoting black and brown businesses, entrepreneurs and small business owners to financial professionals who may buy become customers, supporters or a resource.
“In The Mix” Entrepreneur / Small Business Owner Program Benefits: Your company will be highlighted in the November “In the Mix” Brochure
The trillion dollar “Wall Street/ Main Street” discussion is back in the spotlight. Your action for equitable treatment is required.
Multi trillion dollar home loan giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE), would be BANKRUPT and EXTINCT if not for the 2008 BAIL OUT and subsequent rescue by the US taxpayers as a response to the 2008 world financial crisis.
Talk is now increasing about removing the GSE conservatorship protection. Plenty of government and private organizations from the United States Congress to the Mortgage Bankers Association of America, the Independent Community Bankers of America to Moelis & Company are making proposals. This removal would let investor stockholders have access to possible profit gains and it would also remove financial responsibility from the taxpayer.
The Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) is concerned that not only the stock investors and industry be given proper treatment, but that the communities of color that have lost trillions of dollars (CBS News June, 2013) in home ownership be given proper consideration.
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Reach Your Leadership Potential
The Richmond Chapter of Urban Financial Services Coalition invites you to a Leadership Seminar on the “15 Laws of Growth: Live Them and Reach Your Leadership Potential” featuring Ditu Kasuyi, President and Leadership Coach, Kasuyi & Associates, LLC and a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Trainer and Speaker. Seminar Description: You are invited to a... read more
UFSC Strengthens Leadership Team
Walter Brown, Jr. has been appointed Chairperson of the Urban Financial Services Coalition’s Multiple Strategies Working Committee. In this capacity, Walter will serve on the UFSC’s National Board of Directors and oversee the organization’s Mortgage Crisis and White House Task Forces, communications with the United States Senate, Congress and Regulatory Entities and collaborations with other... read more
In The Mix – Calling Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners
Calling Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) presents “In The Mix” an innovative empowerment campaign and networking opportunity to connect entrepreneurs and financial professionals through a promotional marketing campaign and networking event that brings together both communities to vibe, create, collaborate and uplift each other. November is National Entrepreneurship month, a... read more
Week In Review – October 12, 2018
Volume 23, Number 36 Reginald J. Smith, Community Development Manager – Bank of Kansas City Economic Highlights for Week Ending October 12, 2018 MONDAY, October 8th COLUMBUS DAY Bond Market Closed TUESDAY, October 9th The National Federation of Independent Business’ small business optimism index fell from 108.8 in August to 107.9 in September,... read more
Protecting against Cyber Crimes
The Urban Financial Services Coalition DMV Interest Group invites you to its October 17, 2018 General Body Meeting featuring a discussion about “Protecting Your Family, Finances, Business and Community From Cyber Crime” on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 6:30 pm. The meeting will take place at the M&T Bank Commercial Office, Suite 500, 1350 I (eye) Street,... read more
Week In Review – October 5, 2018
Volume 23, Number 34 Reginald J. Smith, Community Development Manager – Bank of Kansas City Economic Highlights for Week Ending October 5, 2018 MONDAY, October 1st Manufacturing conditions remained solid in September despite a decline in the ISM index (Institute for Supply Management). The ISM manufacturing index slipped to 59.8 in September from 61.3 in August,... read more
New American Aristocracy
The Urban Financial Services Coalition DMV Interest Group invites you to its September 2018 General Body Meeting featuring a discussion about the Atlantic Article by Matthew Stewart entitled “9.9 Percent is the New American Aristocracy” on Wednesday, September 19, 2018, 6:30 pm. The meeting will take place at the M&T Bank Commercial Office, Suite 500,... read more
What the Most Effective Leaders Do Differently?
The Richmond Chapter of UFSC invites you to a Senior Leader Session entitled “Every Leader Communicates…Few Connect: What the Most Effective Leaders Do Differently?” Seminar featuring Gary Mance, Consumer Service Center Manager, Wells Fargo Customer Connection Seminar Description: According to the Harvard Business Review, “The number one criterion for advancement and promotion for professionals... read more