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.
To start and scale their businesses, four founders work to overcome significant barriers to funding for African American women.
In a new form of economic development, mayors are putting entrepreneurship at the center of their local economies.
Every month, more than half a million people in the U.S. start a business, however more than 400,000 of them need better financial products to start, grow, and sustain their company.