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Success is an uphill battle for all entrepreneurs. But that incline is even steeper if you’re female.
It should come as no surprise that female business owners have a harder time finding funding for their businesses. Only 4 percent of all business loans goes to female entrepreneurs. Venture funding isn’t much better when it comes to funding women-owned businesses. But that doesn’t mean women can’t succeed in business. From grants to loans, women business owners can fund their businesses and be successful. Success isn’t just a man’s game.
Loans for Women Business Owners
Grameen is one of the few lenders offering microloans specifically for women. These are for women under the poverty line. The loan amounts range from $2,000 to $15,000. Grameen also offers financial training and support.
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