Access to Capital for Female Entrepreneurs and Women in Business
There are more than 125 million* women of working age in the U.S. and nearly 9 million** women-owned businesses. These women owned businesses account for millions of jobs and generate trillions of dollars toward the economy.
When women business owners need working capital to grow or solve cash flow challenges, they may consider SBA loans, credit union or bank loans, business grants for women, microloans, and alternative financing tools such as those we offer, including:
- Invoice factoring (a.k.a. accounts receivable financing)
- Business cash advance financing
- Merchant cash advance financing
- Equipment leasing
- Business loans for women (as a Line of Credit)
Compared to the alternatives we provide, traditional bank financing programs typically have lengthy approval timelines, more stringent requirements and other limitations. In contrast, most of our financing options are fast, flexible, and leave the recipient in control when it comes to how funds will be used, and when.
We offer several financing programs that might be appropriate for women in business. Most can help women entrepreneurs unlock working capital in just a few days and some even provide instant access to capital.
We understand that one size does not fit the needs of every organization. If you are considering alternatives to small business loans for women, we invite you to take a closer look at our financing tools.
*U.S. Dept. of Labor
** NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners)