SBA to host webinar for lenders in Native American communities

For financial agencies and lenders looking to increase small business loans, specifically to those in Native American communities, then an upcoming webinar sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration is must-viewing.

On Jan. 23 beginning at noon CST, the SBA will host the program to provide information on “providing financing and technical assistance ideal for traditionally underserved communities. The webinar will focus on using SBA’s Microloan and Community Advantage Pilot Loan programs and how community lenders with a Native American Community focus can use these programs to achieve their missions.”

Participating in the webinar will be representatives from the  SBA Office of Economic Opportunity and the SBA Office of Native American Affairs. Only lenders may sign on for the program.

Information provided by the SBA on how to access the program is provided below and is also available at

1.  Dial the AT&T Connect Teleconference Toll-Free Number – 1-888-858-2144

2.  Enter the AT&T Access Code – 5962990 (press the # key)

Web Conference Login Instructions:

1.  Login at

2.  Enter “Meeting Number” 1-888-858-2144

3.  Enter “Access Code” 5962990

4.  Enter “Email Address, First and Last name”

5.  Click Submit

6.  Click Participant

7.  Click Participant Application (Recommended)

8.  Click “Enter” Event

9.  Click Dial-In/Already Connected by Phone

(Close the Telephone Connection Instructions pop-up box)


System Requirements:

To set up the AT&T Connect Participant application, a user’s PC must run either Windows 2000, Windows XP (SP1, SP2, SP3 are supported), or Vista with either Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) supported.  AT&T Connect does support the Mozilla or Firefox browser.

Note:  The phone number is the “meeting number” when logging in to

A separate telephone line is needed for the conference call-in portion.

For assistance with AT&T Connect Web Conference Service, contact AT&T Connect Customer Care at 1-888-796-6118.

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