Iowa businesses enjoy some of the lowest costs of doing business in the country, but even those lower costs can sneak up on even the most prepared enterprise. When that happens, you’ll want to know where you can look to find financing. Below, we’ll look at some of the financial options available to Midwestern entrepreneurs and […]
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Connecticut, like its sister Northeast corridor state New Jersey, is a major thoroughfare between the region’s megalopolises. Whether you’re trying to capture some of that traffic or are serving Connecticut’s own towns and cities, there are tons of ways to finance your small business. Below, we’ll look at some of the financial options available to enterprising […]
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Do an online search for “business grants for women” and a slew of articles will come up. But when you click to read the articles, you’ll find that there is scant, if any, information on actual grants. Often, when you do find the name of a specific grant for female-led businesses, like the “Huggies Mom […]
Free money to start your business – isn’t that every entrepreneur’s wildest dream? It’s too bad that startup grants are so hard to come by. You can think of business grants sort of like scholarships for adults. Just as with a scholarship, you have to convince the grant-issuer that a) you will put the funds […]
From business loans to credit cards, it’s assumed that funding a growing small business necessarily involves taking on debt. No pain, no gain, right? Well, in the event that your business doesn’t turn a profit, you’ll be taking on the pain without seeing any resulting gain. Wouldn’t it be nice if there existed a way […]
Modern American capitalism is an ironic tableau of cruel contradictions. While cheap consumer goods are more accessible than ever and the price of large high-resolution TVs keeps going down, the things actually required for human beings to live and thrive — housing, health care, education, retirement security, etc — become ever less accessible to the […]
Obtaining financing can be a significant hurdle when starting or expanding a business, but this is particularly true for women. While comprising nearly a third of small business owners, women receive less than one sixth of all business loans. Why is this? How can you get around lending bias and procure a business loan for […]