Big banks approved small business loans less often during the month of July, according to Biz2Credit.
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There are a growing number of sources from where small businesses can get a loan to grow their business. Despite them all, it's important to remember that traditional banks are still lending money to small businesses, too.
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After taking a hit in April, small businesses looking for loans from institutional lenders found a little more success in May as approval rates increased.
As small businesses have found the loan approval climate less and less inviting at traditional banks, they've begun searching out alternative sources of funding to grow their companies.
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Minority business owners are responsible for a growing number of the new businesses and jobs created in the U.S. but they have a difficult time getting access to capital to grow these businesses.
Women small business owners face their fair share of challenges and getting a loan is certainly one of them. Here is a list of 10 places where women might find loans for their growing businesses.