Posted: February 16, 2019

Women entrepreneurs are the rising stars of our economy. As of 2018, they’ve grown to over 11 million strong and generate over $1.6 trillion in revenue. Women business owners are doing so well that the U.S. was named the top country for female entrepreneurs by the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute and Dell’s Women Entrepreneur Index. That’s something to celebrate.

Unfortunately, there’s another side to the story. While women own 38% of all businesses in the country, they receive 16% of business loans—and only 4.4% of the total dollar value of all loans. If women entrepreneurs are doing so well, why aren’t they getting funded? And, more importantly, what can we do about it? Click Here to Shop Women Owned Businesses on Amazon Today.

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