- Posted by Lauren Grattan
- On April 10, 2018
We are partnering with Kaiser Permanente San Diego to help introduce the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) national program to San Diego!
When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 7:30 am to 9:30 am
7:30 am breakfast
8 am program
Where: Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation 404 Euclid Ave, San Diego, CA 92114
Why: As a small business CEO, or leader, you may be ready to participate in the ICCC executive education and training program, leading to promoting economic prosperity in underserved communities.
The work that KP San Diego and ICCC are embarking on in San Diego aligns with Mission Driven Finance’s efforts to empower community through new models of investing in social change. Through our commercial loan fund, advisory services, and hands-on technical assistance, Mission Driven Finance mobilizes capital to advance economic opportunity. Here is some additional information about KPSD and ICCC:
Kaiser Permanente San Diego: This project aligns with Kaiser Permanente’s social mission to improve the health of the communities in which we live and serve. With that tenet, nominated businesses should not be affiliated with activities around alcohol, tobacco, firearms, or other businesses that may not be in compliance with Federal law.
Inner City Capital Connections: provides an executive education and training program with the goal of promoting economic prosperity in underserved communities. It helps established urban small businesses create and maintain sustainable growth and, in turn, create more good jobs where they are needed most. It is the country’s only program that educates inner city businesses about different forms of capital and then connects them with potential capital providers. ICCC criteria for nominees of executive education and training program:
- Annual company revenues of $500,000 or more
- 2+ years in business
- The most important qualification is the readiness of the CEO/owner to participate in a program that will enable him/her to fully explore business growth challenges and develop strategies to enhance leadership skills, engage new business networks and prepare for a much-needed capital infusion
Please see these attachments for additional information: