California

California, Michigan, Texas

If Y2K is digging too deep into your pockets, this loan program could be the answer.

Once you've done your Y2K assessment and discovered you need new equipment or software upgrades, what's next? Finding the money to make the changes. Comerica Bank has created a loan program to help small businesses in California, Michigan and Texas bring their systems into compliance.

The five-year loans of at least $10,000 will be tailored to each company. Entrepreneurs need not be Comerica customers to qualify but must have sufficient cash flow and collateral. For more information, call (408)556-5310.

Contact Source

NASA Commercialization Center,jaholland@csupomona.edu

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This article was originally published in the July 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: California.

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