How do we broaden access to capital for all entrepreneurs?

 

  • Graphs, data, and landscape analysis
  • Feature stories about founders and funding
  • Five key questions to generate solutions
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More than 83% of new businesses are not accessing venture capital or bank loans.

The "Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs: Removing Barriers" report shares the results of extensive research on access to capital for entrepreneurs in the United States. The report offers a deep dive into the knowledge landscape, highlights existing efforts to help entrepreneurs access capital, and concludes with five guiding questions to shape a call for action and guide future thinking.

Sample charts from the report:

geo concentration of vc funding

percent of entrepreneurs reporting profits by lack of capital


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