Are you thinking about using an online lender to finance your small businesses? If so, there are a few things you should know before you get started.
Women-led small businesses have a tremendously positive impact not only within their own communities, but across the small business landscape nationwide.
Even so, many obstacles remain, particularly in the area of financing. Because adequate capitalization is vital in operating and growing a company, this is a challenge which must be faced head-on for the business to succeed.
Fortunately, there are a number of steps women entrepreneurs can take to address this issue and help ensure that it doesn't become a stumbling block.
Small Business Majority CEO, John Arensmeyer
By all accounts, our economy is continuing on a path of recovery in the aftermath of the recession. And while this should signal good times ahead for our nation’s small businesses, entrepreneurs are still struggling to get what they need most to grow and thrive: access to traditional loans and more reasonable terms on alternative lending.
There are many complex policy issues that have a major impact on the small business community. Each week, we’re going to help break one of those issues down so small business owners can stay in the know and remain aware of their stake in these national issues. This week’s Issue Q&A is on access to capital.
Statement by John Arensmeyer, Founder & CEO of Small Business Majority, regarding data released Wednesday by ADP showing small businesses continue to drive job growth in the United States