Free Webinar: November 8th

Access to Capital: What You Need to Know

When you're growing your business or getting ready to take on a new opportunity, there are many funding options available to you. Which one is the best for your business? And what do you need to do to prepare? 

Join Pursuit's Leo Zhang and the SBA's Man-Li Kuo Lin as they walk you through your options in this free webinar! You'll learn about the different loan options available to your business, how to prepare before you apply, what lenders look for in an application, and more!

Can't make it? Sign up anyway and we'll send you the recording.

Tues., Nov 8 @ 1:30 PM


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  Meet our presenters


You'll learn:

What lenders look for in a strong application

The different loan options available to you

Leo Zhang
Assistant Vice President


Leo has over 20 years of combined small business experience as a practitioner, advisor, and college lecturer. As a business advisor, Leo assists the small business community in securing financing while helping to create and save jobs. At Pursuit, he continues to share his expertise and knowledge with small business owners to provide guidance and options to grow their businesses.

How to prepare before submitting your application 

Man-Li Kuo Lin
Economic Development Specialist

U.S. Small Business Administration

Ms. Man-Li Kuo Lin is an Economic Development Specialist at the New York District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. She joined the SBA as a Business Development Specialist in 2006 and has held several district roles including Community Navigator Pilot Program District Program Officer, Emerging Leaders CEO Training Program Project Manager, and Veteran Business Development Officer.

Prior to joining the SBA, Lin was an Employment Services Representative and Business Services Representative for the New York State Department of Labor. While there, she established the Asian Job Service Employer Committee for the DOL to help educate the Asian business community.