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Fraud Prevention: How to Protect your Small Business
Live Event (online)
Date & Time: February 15, 2023, 12:00pm EST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 60 minutes Language: English Register Now
About the event

Fraud Prevention Virtual Webinar: How to Protect YOUR Small Business

Many small business owners believe that fraud is something that only happens to bigger companies. But technological innovations make it easier than ever to target your business and make you vulnerable to internal and external fraud.

TOPIC: Protect your small business from emerging fraud threats 

DESCRIPTION: Kimberly Stout, Economic Development Specialist for the Small Business Administration, will introduce representatives from the Office of Inspector General to discuss current fraud and threats 

The Office of Inspector General will provide insight and tips on what to look out for to protect your business from grant fraud, loan fraud, schemes, and other threats. 

Kimberly Stout, Economic Development Specialist, for the Small Business Administration will introduce representatives from the Office of Inspector General to talk about current fraud and threats.

https://www.sba.gov/about-sba/oversight-advocacy/office-inspector-general

This is a FREE webinar!

ABOUT the PRESENTER

Kimberly B. Stout, Economic Development & Lender Relations Specialist, joined the U.S. Small Business Administration Philadelphia District Office in October 2013. As an Economic Development & Lender Relations Specialist, Stout will be responsible for promoting the SBA lending programs and maintaining a network of collaborative partners to assist, promote and protect small businesses. Prior to joining the SBA team in October 2013, Stout worked as a Business Development Director for Community Action Development Corporation of Allentown. She trained and mentored small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs on how to start and operate a small business focusing in the areas of business planning, marketing and financial assistance. Stout gained her small business experience while owning and operating a restaurant in Shippensburg, PA. Stout earned her bachelor’s degree in Geography/Regional Development and a master’s degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

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