Loans for small businesses for Women


Because you achieve what you can measure, several years ago we challenged ourselves at PNC to provide women entrepreneurs with increased access to capital in order to accelerate their growth and strengthen their contributions to our nation's economic health. Over seven years, we provided approximately $6.8 billion in loans and lines of credit to qualified women-owned companies - nearly $1 billion annually, on average.

Today, we're committed to exceeding this benchmark.

When "Owing" Makes Sense

Owning your own business can be liberating - and so can owing, when borrowing enables you to close a gap or increase your capacity to generate more products or services. Yet many women business owners describe themselves as "debt averse" and rely on their own business earnings for capital, which can limit growth. In fact, in the 2011 PNC Women Business Owner Economic Outlook survey, only 40% of respondents said they are willing to accept moderate risk to grow their businesses, while 60% preferred a conservative or balanced approach.

PNC is committed to providing small business lending, because we want your business to grow. We've supported the achievement of many women-owned companies. A PNC-Certified Women's Business Advocate would love the opportunity to talk to you about how we can support your company's growth, too.

If you would like to talk to a PNC-Certified Women's Business Advocate, please email us your location and contact details and you'll be connected to an advocate in your area.

All loans and lines of credit subject to credit approval and require automatic payment deduction from a PNC Bank business checking account. Origination and annual fees may apply.

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2005-02-09 20:41:03 by don954

Bush plan to cut micro business loans criticized

President Bush wants to eliminate a program that funnels so-called micro loans to entrepreneurs, a move critics say will hurt very small businesses that depend on the financing.
Bush's 2006 budget provides no funding for the Small Business Administration program, which last year provided about 2,400 loans of under $35,000 each.
"This is very unfortunate news," said Wendy Baumann, president of the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corp., a leading micro lender that draws a significant share of the money it loans from the federal program.
"The Bush administration is making a mistake," said Bill Edwards, executive director of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, a national group supporting micro enterprises

2009-08-12 09:46:13 by April161990

Loans from Kiva now in USA

Kiva is a website where people can lend you money.
I figure there are many creative women on here who
may have looked for venture capitalists at some point
or another so I thought I would post this as people
here have mentioned their own small businesses from
time to time- it used to just be for people in other
impoverished nations but now (perhaps because we are
more impoverished than we used to be) Kiva now has
people asking for loans in the US. If you have always
had a dream, this can help you!!! If the venture fails,
my understanding is, there is no penalty

2008-10-20 19:10:40 by -

There are no black people grants and no women

The Small Business Administration can be helpful in securing capital (ie, loans) for small businesses, but they generally don't mess with businesses as small as the one you're mentioning.
There are no grants. This is my industry. I know. People ask all the time and there is no such thing.
She can contact the licensing agency and ask what assistance they provide aspiring daycare owners. There will probably not be financial help, but there can be other kinds. Also google "micro loans" and see if anyone in your area is still giving them out.

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