On February 25, Business Ownership Initiative Director Joyce Klein participated in a webinar hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, “Small Business Credit Survey: Findings, Implications, and Opportunities for an Inclusive and Resilient Recovery.” The discussion offered an overview of findings from the 2020 Small Business Credit Survey and a discussion of approaches for an inclusive recovery. Klein spoke alongside Brian Bond (Experian), Ines Hernandez (Citigroup Inc.), Latresa McLawhorn Ryan (Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative), and the Atlanta Fed’s Mels de Zeeuw and Mary Hirt. This webinar was part of the Atlanta Fed’s Inclusive & Resilient Recovery event series. Click here to view the transcript and learn more about this event.
Tweet How can we foster an inclusive and resilient recovery for small businesses? Hear guests from @Aspen_BOI, @Experian, @Citi, and @ATL_AWBI share insights with @AtlantaFed. Watch their discussion on findings from the Small Business Credit Survey.
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