Chase regional manager details where startup businesses should look for funding

Chase regional manager details where startup businesses should look for funding
Mark Adams, Chase regional director for Georgia and North Florida (Photo by Rashad Milligan for rolling out)

The Atlanta Hawks hosted a virtual panel on building generational wealth before the team’s win against the Milwaukee Bucks on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

After the panel, Mark Adams, JP Chase & Co. regional director for Georgia and North Florida, gave advice for business startups looking for funding.


“The first thing I would say is that don’t feel like you have to go it alone,” Adams said. “Actively seek out resources that can help you. Not just in terms of being able to put yourself in the best position to qualify for financing, but also to get advice on other areas of your business that I think will be pretty critical to be able to help you grow your business, especially during the early startup phases in business. Don’t feel like you have to go it alone. Seek out the advice of experts.”

Chase Bank partners with the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, an organization headquartered in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill neighborhood. RCIE focuses on developing minority-owned businesses. The bank has also partnered with HBCUs and the entrepreneurship center at Morehouse College.


“We’ve been really focused and intentional about investing in Black and Brown small businesses in the city of Atlanta,” Adams said.

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