All About Business Loans for Women
Special business loans for women are offered by the United States government and other organizations. Access to funding is essential for women business owners to start or expand their company.
Support is offered through the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), the Association of Women's Business Centers and other organizations geared towards businesswomen. NAWBO has connected with financial institutions such as Wells Fargo and American Express to provide business loans for women and other helpful financial services.
The Official NAWBO/Wells Fargo Women's Business Services Program offers access to a variety of women's business loans, lines of credit, and custom checking and saving options.
NAWBO is also connected to the federal Small Business Administration's (SBA) via the Office of Women's Business Ownership Entrepreneurial Development program. The program oversees a network of Women's Business Centers located all over the country that assist economically or socially disadvantaged women with starting, running or expanding their businesses.
Count Me In - Micro Lending is a program that also offers business loans for women as well as education and business consultation. Also affiliated with NAWBO and other women's business programs like the National Foundation of Women's Business Owners, Count Me In - Micro Lending has a special credit scoring system, and offers women's business loans in amounts that range from $500 to $10,000.
If you would like to learn more information about these or other woman owned business loan programs, visit http://www.nawbo.org.