Jordan Arovas

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Jordan's Bio:

Jordan Arovas, Senior Vice President and Manager of Specialty Banking at Webster Bank, has an extensive banking career, working with local governments, law firms, labor unions, property management firms, healthcare practices, homeowners associations and nonprofits. With more than 10 years of specialty banking experience, he works exclusively across New England and New York to provide financial service solutions to help maximize clients day-to-day operations. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut and a MBA from Sacred Heart University. Connect with him on LinkedIn at:

Co-Working for New Small Business Owners


In the age before technology, the local coffee shop served as a central gathering place for a diverse group of business owners and professionals to meet and share ideas. Now that technology has evolved to a new level, hundreds of co-working sites are popping up in major cities across the [...]

Finding the Next Client

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Seeing your name in lights on Broadway is one way to let people know you “have arrived.”  Same thing in business.  Top of mind awareness is critical to gain maximum exposure and help ensure long term survival. A business will need to have a never ending stream of new clients [...]

Rules of The Road for Small Businesses


Running a small business is a lot like driving a car. There are many rules of the road. Operating a business in a challenged economy, facing increased competition and lack of focus can make it very difficult for owners to achieve their financial goals. Similar to driving, there are a [...]

Homeowners Associations – Plan Improvement Projects With Focus


If you are a property manager or a volunteer  board member of a homeowner association, planning your 2012 capital improvement projects now is critical for your homeowners association. Define the work that needs to be completed and the overall impact on the community’s budget. Given the seasonal nature of construction [...]

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