WIPP’s Women Accessing Capital Program will provide the information and resources you need to break down the barriers between your business and money. The national program is designed to educate you on all steps of accessing capital including – understanding and evaluating funding sources, creating a strong application for capital, and managing and maintaining growth.
As of 2014, there are nearly 9.1 million women-owned business in the United States, generating over $1.4 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 7.9 million people.
Promising Future for Equity-Based Crowdfunding – 4/14/15
Legislation Introduced in the Senate to Remove Major Barriers Facing Women Entrepreneurs – 7/31/14
FY2014 House Tax Chair Releases Reform Bill – 2/26/14
FY2014 WIPP Appropriations Overview – 2/21/14
Crowdfunding One Step Closer to Reality – 10/23/13
Statement of Women Impacting Public Policy on Budget Deal – 10/16/13
WIPP Statement on Baucus-Hatch Tax Reform Plan – 7/11/13
Marking the 50th Anniversary of the passage of the Equal Pay Act
FAQs about Small Business Finance
Women’s Access to Capital
Drilling Down: What Small Businesses Should Know About Crowd Funding?
Small Business Credit Cards: Know the Ropes
Small Business Q&A: Can an IRA Fund a Start-Up?
How to Get an SBA Loan
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Already WIPP Member and interested in joining the Access to Capital Committee? Please click here to read more about the Committee or call AnnaKate Moeller at (415) 434-4314 to join.