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Great Hills Country Club

NAWBO Austin Monthly Luncheon Meeting - February

Join us to meet and connect with fellow women business owners, enjoy a fresh lunch, and participate in an educational presentation.

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NAWBO Austin Monthly Luncheon Meeting - February
NAWBO Austin Monthly Luncheon Meeting - February

Time & Location

Feb 14, 2024, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Great Hills Country Club, 5914 Lost Horizon Dr, Austin, TX 78759, USA

About the event

Join us to meet and connect with fellow women business owners, enjoy a fresh lunch, and participate in an educational presentation. The registration fee covers your lunch; diverse menu options are available. We look forward to seeing you there!

FEATURED PRESENTATION: Managing Business Cash Flow

Kylee Osborne and Daniel Adams and will be speaking firstly on the business operating cycle and detailing the different aspects of the cash flow cycle. They will also discuss ways to enhance cash flow, how to minimize disrupters within the cash flow cycle, as well as different credit options and what might be most suitable for your business.

  • Learn how to identify and minimize cash flow disrupters as well as ways to enhance cash flow.
  • Learn the breakdown of what an operating cycle should resemble as well as applicable time lines for each stage within.
  • Learn about different credit options and what would be the best route for access to capital for your business.

Kylee Osborne is a Senior Small Business Development Officer at Wells Fargo. She began her banking career after graduating from Texas A&M University in 2021 where she studied Finance and International Business. She has historically specialized in Healthcare Startups, acquisitions, expansions and commercial real estate but since being at Wells Fargo has expanded her portfolio into small business banking. She is able to help provide access to capital for business owners regardless of what industry they specialize in. Outside of work, Kylee enjoys traveling, spending time with family, being active and spending time outdoors!

Daniel Adams is the Business Development Manager for Wells Fargo’s Business Banking Group in Texas. Dan and his team provide a wide variety of credit, access to capital, and financial technology solutions to help businesses with annual sales up to $10 million build, grow and operate efficiently. Dan has over 20 years of experience in various commercial and business banking roles with Wells Fargo in Texas, Nevada and Southern California. Prior to Wells Fargo, Dan was an Agricultural Lending underwriter with Bank of America, owned his own engineering company, and worked for Time-Warner Corporation in New York.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

A welcoming environment for all women business owners and those who support them.

A registration table with friendly faces to help you sign in and a hospitality team to welcome you if you’re new.

A brief NAWBO Austin monthly meeting program.

This month’s Featured Presentation.

Door prize giveaway.

Wrap-up and a chance to network with other women business owners in attendance.

Our monthly luncheons typically have between 25 and 40 people in attendance. We value your time and adjourn promptly at 1:30.

Earlybird tickets (ends Sunday 2/11/24): Members $30 Guests $40

After 2/11/24 : Members $35 Guests $45

At the door: Members $45 Guests $55

Being a business owner can be isolating. NAWBO empowers people to work together to create strong community networks and affect change. With opportunities to support other business owners and give back to their communities, NAWBO is a catalyst for those who help people in business make a meaningful impact in their community, country, and worldwide.

NAWBO is a membership-based organization. If you are interested in learning more about NAWBO, we welcome those who support women business owners to join us for up to two Monthly Luncheon Meetings or Cheers events as a guest. Our other events are only open to members. Learn more about NAWBO Membership here.

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