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.
Attracting women to your small business is a must. They're making a lot of purchases for themselves and others. So, here are three things you can do or offer now that can bring more female shoppers through your doors.
What cities are most appealing to women entrepreneurs and why? Th first in a series of posts on research conducted by Small Business Trends about where the highest concentrations of women owned businesses are located. But the reasons might surprise you.
Whoopi Goldberg, noted TV and film star, recently partnered with entrepreneur Maya Elisabeth to open a medical marijuana company for women.
Women now own about one-third of all the privately held companies in the U.S. So, what cities are making the best homes for these businesses? Tennessee seems to be a hot spot.
Browsing Etsy, you see a huge variety of sellers. Here's a sampling of successful African American entrepreneurs selling handmade goods there.
Women-owned restaurants are growing three times faster than the industry itself in the U.S. And that boom in women-owned restaurants is being buoyed by strong numbers in the South.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is celebrating a milestone in the awarding of federal contracts. SBA says that 5 percent of all federal contracts were awarded to women-owned small businesses in 2015.
The microfinance platform Kiva is launching an initiative to get women entrepreneurs worldwide more access to capital. As little as $25 can be contributed through Kiva Her to help female entrepreneurs get the money they need.
New data from Biz2Credit shows that the environment for women-owned businesses is improving but there are plenty of challenges ahead for female entrepreneurs.
It's a better day for women entrepreneurs, right? Well, sort of. Depending on whom you ask, however, women-owned businesses can still have it rough. And that's what this free webinar is all about.
There's one category of people who save even less for retirement than small business owners do - and that category is women. Research shows a $13 trillion dollar retirement gap.