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BUSINESS FINANCING AVAILABLE WITHOUT HOME EQUITY, SAYS NON-PROFIT CALIFORNIA VENTURE FORUM

 Public Entrepreneurial Forum Scheduled for Feb. 22
 ONTARIO, Calif., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Actual and prospective


business owners having insufficient home equity to collateralize a bank loan should explore venture capital and other less-known financing sources, says the California Venture Forum, an all- volunteer, non-profit association of entrepreneurs, business-minded educators, financially oriented businesspeople and others seeking to connect the principals of viable enterprises with creative financing opportunities.
 The next forum is set for Monday, Feb. 22, at the Kellogg West Conference Center on the campus of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, at which six experts will disclose effective secrets of developing business plans, financial projections and making investor presentations.
 Scheduled topics and panelists are:
 The New California S.C.O.R. Offering -- Jerry Irion, president of Vanguard Industries Inc., Riverside, Calif., and a former service provider for S.C.O.R. offerings outside of California will share his experiences with this unique method of raising up to $1,000,000 in a small public offering.
 Recent Changes in Federal Securities Exemptions under Regulations A & D -- Daniel Donahue, a securities attorney with the firm of Bruck & Perry, Newport Beach, Calif., will update attendees on significant changes in federal securities laws making it easier for small businesses to raise cash through private placements;
 Venture Capital Perspective -- Fred Haney of Venture Management, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., will bring many years of experience in venture capital to his discussion of the chances of obtaining venture capital for start-up or growing companies;
 Promoting Private Capital from "Angel" Investors -- Roy Gunther, a successful promoter and entrepreneur, will share some of his techniques for raising money from private investors, with specific examples of successes;
 Small Business Administration Loans and Bank Financing -- Nancy Underwood, assistant vice president, Comerica Bank, City of Industry, Calif., will discuss the ways to obtain SBA loan guarantees and bank loans even in today's tough economic environment;
 Strategic Partnerships Between Corporations -- W. Stewart Roberts, president of Darach International Inc., Fullerton, Calif., will share his perspective on one of the most innovative and available financing strategies for new businesses today, the corporate alliance or strategic partnership.
 The forum will commence at 6 p.m. with a networking reception and the presentation to begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $20 and preregistration is recommended by calling Bruce Holden at 714-978-6300. The campus is located along the I-10 Freeway at the Kellogg Drive exit in Pomona, Calif.
 Persons interested in participation on the steering committee, in being an event sponsor or expert panelist, or in presenting a business for investment consideration at a future event should contact the forum at the same number.
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 /EDITOR'S NOTE: Media admitted without charge./
 /CONTACT: Lyman Stucky for California Venture Forum, 909-391-1015, ext. 22/


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