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Small Business Loans for Women
The number of American businesses owned by women has been slightly increasing over the past couple of decades, with women making up 29% of business owners compared to 26% in 1997.1 But even as the number of female entrepreneurs increases, obtaining business loans for women can be a challenge, as only 16% of conventional small business loans granted each year go to women.2
These numbers may suggest that there is a unique set of challenges for female business owners to access business loans, but it’s important for women who own businesses to know that understanding your financing options and preparing for the application process can help increase your chances of approval.
Grants and Loans for Women-Owner Business
There're serveral funding options for business loans for women other than loans issued by banks. Female business owners often turn to grants and alternative business loans. Here's a short-list of women business loans funding options.
Business Loans from Headway Capital
At Headway Capital, we believe you can accomplish great things with the right support, and we’re proud to help hardworking business owners like you accomplish your goals. We do this by offering a true business line of credit with no hidden fees.
12, 18 or 24 months
Weekly or monthly
Loan TypeBusiness line of credit
Clear CostClear payment terms, interest does not compound, no penalty for early payoff
1 White, G. (April 17, 2015). Women Are Owning More and More Small Businesses. Retrieved January 27, 2017 from http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/04/women-are-owning-more-and-more-small-businesses/390642/
2 Cantwell, M. (July 23, 2014). 21st Century Barriers to Women’s Entrepreneurship. Retrieved January 27, 2017 from http://www.microbiz.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/21st-Century-Barriers-to-Womens-Entrepreneurship.pdf