Access to Capital

When you might need a loan

As a small business owner, you put more than your sweat and tears into your business—you also put in your own savings and risk your personal credit to get your business off the ground. Loans and other financing options may not seem viable for a startup or you may be cautious about taking on business debt, but financing your business through a loan might be the right avenue to help you expand your business. Read on to find out if you should consider a loan for your business.

FINANCE 101: CÓMO ELEGIR LA MEJOR TARJETA DE CRÉDITO PARA SU PEQUEÑA EMPRESA

Esta es la segunda publicación de una serie sobre los conceptos básicos de las finanzas de pequeñas empresas. Eche un vistazo a nuestro primer puesto en cuentas bancarias de pequeñas empresas y permanezca atento a las publicaciones futuras de esta serie que incluye información sobre contabilidad.

Female Founder Speaker Series: Interview with Remy Meraz, founder of Me Tyme Network

Small Business Majority's Deputy California Director Xiomara Peña spoke with Remy Meraz, founder of Me Tyme Network, to discuss her story and lessons she learned along the way as she built her business. Me Tyme Network produces video content aimed at "helping people think, feel and work better." Listen to Remy share what inspired her to become an entrepreneur, how she's navigated funding challenges, the resources she's relied on to grow her business and more!

Protecting small businesses during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Technology has transformed the way small companies do business, and while this has helped small businesses and entrepreneurs access more customers and new markets in new ways, it’s essential that we talk about the risks associated with moving business online. The rise of new technology can lead to severe security issues, and unfortunately many small businesses are unaware of measures they can take to help ensure the security of their and their customers’ information. That’s why we’re sharing tips and resources for small businesses during October’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

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