by FitSmallBusiness.com
Small Business
Loans for Women
to help women entrepreneurs
gain access to financing.
There are many
resources available
Preparing for a
Loan Application
Free small business
counseling services will help
you refine your business plan
and explore various
financing options.
There are two main organizations
that provide these counseling services to women.
Small Business
Administration (SBA)
Which has a national network of
nearly 100 Women’s Business Centers
that are designed ...
is another organization that provides
counseling services for small businesses.
SCORE
They will be able to help you find a...
Access to Capital
Begin to evaluate your financing options
There are a number
of specialized financing options available for women
from State loan programs, non-profits, and commerc...
Banks and
Micro finance
Institutions
Key Bank
Provides women-owned businesses
with access to capital, customized
financial solutions.
Union Bank
Provides flexi...
Wells Fargo
Have committed to loaning $55 Billion
to women owned businesses by 2020.
PNC Financial Services
PNC provided a...
Accion
Microfinance organization that lends with the
mission of empowering business owners.
State Loan Programs
Another way to find state level programs is to do a Google search for
“women business development “
Ma...
Non-Profits for Women Entrepreneurs
These organizations are designed specifically
to promote women-owned businesses and
in...
Three organizations
to consider are...
Women’s Venture Fund
Provides small business loans and
counseling services designed to help
improve women-owned businesses.
Astia.org
Does not issue loans, but is more
of a startup incubator for women.
Springboard Enterprises
Is a technology oriented entrepreneurship incubator for
women. But it does not offer loans.
Overview...
Overall, accessing
small business loans
for women requires
a willingness to invest some
time to explore various
options.
And Finally...
the process of
To learn how to
running your business
visit us at....
simplify
www.FitsmallBusiness.com
Thanks for watching
See the full article here
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Small Business Loans For Women

  1. 1. by FitSmallBusiness.com Small Business Loans for Women
  2. 2. to help women entrepreneurs gain access to financing. There are many resources available
  3. 3. Preparing for a Loan Application
  4. 4. Free small business counseling services will help you refine your business plan and explore various financing options.
  5. 5. There are two main organizations that provide these counseling services to women.
  6. 6. Small Business Administration (SBA) Which has a national network of nearly 100 Women’s Business Centers that are designed to assist women in starting and growing small businesses.
  7. 7. is another organization that provides counseling services for small businesses. SCORE They will be able to help you find and access resources specifically targeted to women.
  8. 8. Access to Capital Begin to evaluate your financing options
  9. 9. There are a number of specialized financing options available for women from State loan programs, non-profits, and commercials banks.
  10. 10. Banks and Micro finance Institutions
  11. 11. Key Bank Provides women-owned businesses with access to capital, customized financial solutions. Union Bank Provides flexible underwriting on loans and lines of credit up to $50,000.
  12. 12. Wells Fargo Have committed to loaning $55 Billion to women owned businesses by 2020. PNC Financial Services PNC provided approximately $6.8 billion in loans and lines of credit to qualified women-owned companies.
  13. 13. Accion Microfinance organization that lends with the mission of empowering business owners.
  14. 14. State Loan Programs Another way to find state level programs is to do a Google search for “women business development “ Many states have programs designed to assist women entrepreneurs, so it is worth investigating the opportunities in your state.
  15. 15. Non-Profits for Women Entrepreneurs These organizations are designed specifically to promote women-owned businesses and increase their access to capital.
  16. 16. Three organizations to consider are...
  17. 17. Women’s Venture Fund Provides small business loans and counseling services designed to help improve women-owned businesses.
  18. 18. Astia.org Does not issue loans, but is more of a startup incubator for women.
  19. 19. Springboard Enterprises Is a technology oriented entrepreneurship incubator for women. But it does not offer loans.
  20. 20. Overview...
  21. 21. Overall, accessing small business loans for women requires a willingness to invest some time to explore various options.
  22. 22. And Finally...
  23. 23. the process of To learn how to running your business visit us at.... simplify
  24. 24. www.FitsmallBusiness.com Thanks for watching See the full article here
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