Women entrepreneurs have many options available to them to finance their businesses. Due diligence and gathering the facts are your most important first steps. You need to determine how much capital is needed, available sources of funds, how to write a loan proposal, how to prepare financial statements, and other information.
How do I finance my Woman Owned Business?
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Logical Innovations, Inc. is an SBA-certified 8(a)/Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Woman-Owned and Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small...
Little did Dallas Boyers realize when he opened a feed and farm supply store in the Marion county area in 1952 that it would evolve into one of the...
Pacific Tech Construction, Inc. Winner of SBA’s 2005 Regional and Portland District Minority Enterprise Development Awards
It’s a pretty good bet that Kelso natives Cal Miller and Joe Lane would have been successful businessmen out on their own. But put them...