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Akron Author Launches Business Funding Book at Book Signing Event 1

Posted on November 13, 2014 by Tiffany C. Wright

The Funding Is Out There! book cover

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e-mail: media@theresourcefulceo.com

Local Author Launches Business Funding Book at Book Signing Event

Author of the new business financing how-to, The Funding Is Out There! Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business, is bringing her message to the greater Akron, Ohio community through an area book signing. Stop by to meet her and discuss business funding concerns.

Tallmadge, OH – Local business and finance writer and entrepreneur Tiffany C. Wright of Tallmadge will debut her book, The Funding Is Out There! Access the Cash You Need to Impact Your Business, as part of a multi-author book signing event at Barnes and Noble in Akron at 4015 Medina Road on Saturday, November 22 from 1-4 pm.

Tiffany C. Wright, is the founder of The Resourceful CEO, which provides small and medium business owners with the productized services, training and tools they need to achieve higher business cash flow and profitability. In addition, she is a former business consultant and serial entrepreneur who has advised a number of businesses over the years. Tiffany has been featured on radio and podcasts and brings humor, passion, and creativity to her work.

Tiffany makes finance and financing easily understandable for the typical entrepreneur who focuses more on the actual product or service delivered, or on marketing and sales, and finds financing a necessary yet difficult evil. She has helped dozens of business owners who had difficulty locating and obtaining financing for their ventures find the solutions they needed to grow their businesses. According to Tiffany, “In, The Funding Is Out There! I discuss a number of business funding solutions that many business owners are not even aware exist…and how to obtain that funding. And I do this with a sense of fun and humor. Financing can be boring but when you think about what it can do for you, it becomes more exciting. This is what I convey.”

Tiffany continued, “I am excited to be launching The Funding Is Out There! at Barnes and Noble in Akron. I grew up in the Akron area so Akron will always be near and dear to my heart. I’d love for business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to stop by and ask me any questions they may have regarding business funding. I love to help people achieve their dreams.” Tiffany will be available for book signings and questions from 1-4 pm on Saturday, November 22, at Barnes and Noble in Fairlawn.

Tiffany is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact Trevor Wright at 404-642-0509 or media@theresourcefulceo.com .

Interview on the Entrepreneur Podcast Network 0

Posted on February 26, 2014 by Tiffany C. Wright

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Tiffany C. Wright Feature on Author and Book Buzz 0

Posted on July 22, 2013 by Tiffany C. Wright
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Passage Home Announces New Chief Development and Operations Officers 0

Posted on December 08, 2011 by Tiffany C. Wright
Karis Lovett Tompkins and Tiffany Wright Join Wake County Nonprofit Fighting Poverty and Homelessness

Raleigh, NC, November 25, 2011 –(PR.com)– Passage Home (http://www.passagehome.org), a nonprofit agency fighting poverty and homelessness in Wake County, has announced the staff additions of Karis Lovett Tompkins as chief development officer and Tiffany Wright as chief operations officer. Both Tompkins and Wright will seek to enrich the network of corporations, congregations and community organizations that support Passage Home.

Tompkins, an experienced business professional, will oversee organizational growth as Passage Home’s chief development officer, leading all areas of fundraising, marketing and development. She brings more than 10 years of experience in development, sales and marketing to Passage Home and, prior to joining the nonprofit, Tompkins served as the first head of business development with Cmed Technology, a division of Cmed Group. She has also held business development positions for a number of life science companies including Datatrial, Inc., Clinipace, Inc., etrials Worldwide, Inc. (now Merge Healthcare) and AirClean Systems. She received her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from North Carolina State University.

In Wright’s role as chief operations officer at Passage Home, she will utilize more than 18 years of finance, strategy, management and operational experience to oversee the development of the organization’s infrastructure and its real estate and business growth initiatives. Wright previously served as the president of Toca Family Business Services, an interim C-level management and strategic and financial advisory firm. Other prior experience includes leadership positions with the Georgia Institute of Technology Economic Development Institute and Siebel Systems, Inc. Wright, a published author, received a bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and a master’s in business administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, located in Philadelphia.

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“I am proud to welcome both Karis and Tiffany to the Passage Home family,” said Jeanne Tedrow, chief executive officer of Passage Home. “Their experience and passion for service to others will help us make great strides helping local families defeat difficult circumstances.”

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About Passage Home:
Passage Home fights poverty and homelessness by strengthening families and neighborhoods. They are a nationally recognized nonprofit community development corporation that has been serving Wake County, N.C. since 1991 and have developed a network of corporations, congregations, and community organizations that are supporting this work. For more information, visit http://www.passagehome.org.

Jennifer Fair
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Tiffany C. Wright Explores Business Financing Options in New Kindle eBook 0

Posted on September 13, 2011 by Tiffany C. Wright

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Tiffany C. Wright Explores Business Financing Options in New Kindle eBook

Entrepreneur and author Tiffany C. Wright spent the last several years advising small and medium business owners about company finances. It is their biggest concern according to her experience. Her prospects and clients cite working capital and expansion capital as their number one issue. Now she takes that experience in a book that speaks to many of the concerns businesses have. “Solving the Capital Equation: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses” is written in the same easy manner in which the author speaks.

Kindle eBook: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses

Ms. Wright thinks the timing of the book is highly relevant. “I’ve read numerous articles about how difficult it is for small and medium business owners to obtain a bank loan or access other large corporation options. It is true that there are fewer small community banks due to the financial meltdown that started in early 2007 with the housing debacle. However, a large number of debt and equity financing options still exist, some which did not exist a few years ago.”

Ms. Wright sees business owners adopting the same doom and gloom perspective on the economy portrayed in the media, despite evidence of improving revenues for small and medium businesses. But she warns them to be careful. “Most business owners are by nature financially conservative. There is a lot they cannot predict so they act accordingly. It is easy for business owners to adopt the same gloomy outlook for their small and medium businesses. However, they must resist this tendency. These owners tend to be very creative and solution-oriented in other areas of their business. They must bring this same creative can-do approach to their business financing.”

Solving the Capital Equation: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses is now available on Kindle. The eBook offers 25 real-life case studies and examples of traditional and creative financing including community bank loans, co-operative funding, supplier and seller financing, and bartering.

This is Tiffany C. Wright’s first Kindle book. She is the president of Toca Family Business Services, an interim C-level management provider and business advisory firm. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia wither her Rottweiler Shaka.

eBook Statistics
Title:        Solving the Capital Equation
Subtitle:   Financing Solutions for Small Businesses
Author:    Tiffany C. Wright
Category: Business/Finance
Length:    168 pages
Retail price: $15.99
Additions: Checklists, websites, appendix, index

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