One of OBDC’s clients is Legal Support on Your Side, offering fast, reliable, and affordable legal support services to Bay Area residents. They recently produced a commercial, and we’re thrilled to share it.
OBDC Small Business Finance believes that our unique partnerships and staff expertise are critical components to connecting our borrowers to the funding, education, and relationships they need to thrive. This year continues to be full of exciting new partnerships and staff contributions…
Katie Taylor, OBDC’s Manager – Marketing & Special Projects interviews Darius Mahajer, Senior Vice President – San Francisco Market Manager. Darius reflect’s OBDC’s value of opportunity, as he works hard with our clients to connect them with the funding and resources they need to start and grow successful small businesses in San Francisco.
OBDC is honored to have received grants from Wells Fargo, the Office of Community Services, and the Small Business Administration (SBA) to support our programs:
Today, Wells Fargo announced that OBDC Small Business Finance, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Oakland, received a $700,000 grant allocated over three years and $750,000 of lending capital from Well Fargo’s newly formed Diverse Community Capital Program.
Six years ago, Oakland Chop Bar launched in Jack London Square, and now the business is thriving. Check out an excerpt of Chop Bar’s profile:
“Many people on our staff have come to Dark Garden after working in jobs that just didn’t work for them. We’re a place where people can feel at home while making a living,” says Autumn.
We’re thrilled to share that one of our newest borrowers, Steel Rail, a cafe that honors Oakland’s storied past and celebrates the people of Oakland in the heart of Jack London Square, is hosting their Grand Opening Celebration on Tuesday, October 13.
Today, the Office of Community Services (OCS) announced that OBDC Small Business Finance, a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Oakland received a $800,000 grant from the Community Economic Development (CED) program.
In describing the manufacturing aspect of the business, Mary says “No one profits unless everyone profits.”