Small Business Loans for Women
We are champions of female entrepreneurs — and offer a variety of loan options for the best funding results.
Funding Solutions in Support of Women
In the United States, four out of every ten businesses, or 40%, are women-owned. Benetrends is helping these entrepreneurs with custom funding to support women.
Female small business owners are one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy, according to the Small Business Administration (SBA). Based on the 2018 American Express OPEN State of Women-Owned Businesses report, 1,821 new businesses a day were started by women over the past year, with small business loans for women being an integral component of these new companies.
Between 2007 and 2017, the total number of small businesses increased by 12%, while the number of women-owned small businesses increased by 58%. In that timeframe, employment in women-owned businesses rose 21%, whereas for all businesses, the employment rate declined 0.8%.
Explore All Your Loan Opportunities
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LOANS
FUNDING FOR EXISTING BUSINESSES
SMALL BUSINESS LOANS FOR WOMEN
SECURITIES-BACKED LINE OF CREDIT
CAPITAL FINANCING & EQUIPMENT LEASING
What to know
Considerations for Women & Industry Loans
Businesswomen of all levels of experience may qualify for loans, whether they’re expert entrepreneurs or brand-new ones. Benetrends is well-equipped to assist women entrepreneurs with their dreams of buying an existing business, opening a franchise, or funding a startup. Our experts will help you take advantage of all the opportunities, funding and loan options available to maximize your success and secure financing for your dream.
Make Way for Woman-Owned Businesses
- Women are often favored for startup or small business loans in a variety of niche industries
- Startup business loans for women may come from several resources, including government programs, academic institutions and women’s organizations
- SBA loans can be a terrific option since the SBA zeroed out fees to borrowers on SBA-supported loans under $150,000, which helps traditionally undeserved segments of the population like women
- Utilizing retirement funds to start a business, either as the sole funding method or as the capital injection for an SBA loan, is also becoming more popular with women entrepreneurs
Find Out Your Fundability
Getting pre-qualified for funding is a great first step to owning your own business or franchise. To get an idea of the financing opportunities available to you, try our free funding calculator.