Small business loans are still strongly needed by businesses nationwide, despite increases in revenue and access to capital, according to Q2 2015 findings from the PCA index. Learn more about how the high demand for small business loans is being met in this infographic from Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet.
Following two major internet scams involving Kickstarter and Airbnb, online credibility is even more important. Find out how you and your business can help show trustworthiness on the Internet.
Almost everyone is able to invest in startups now, so how do you navigate the overwhelming sea of investors? These tips may help you win over potential investors and get funding for your business.
AEO announces new funding opportunities for small business & emerging entrepreneurs in California. Learn more about the Opportunity Fund, Lending Club partnership.
The new changes around equity crowdfunding have opened up the market to the public, instead of just accredited investors. Here are some tips on how you can get started investing in startups today:
The crowdfunding landscape is changing for small businesses, thanks to new rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Learn what equity crowdfunding is, how it's changing, and what those changes mean for small business.
When small businesses and startups can't get loans from banks no matter how hard they try, alternative funding can save the day. There is a tool available that could help resurrect traditional funding and give small businesses more access to capital.
Experts from Capital One, Wells Fargo and TD Bank joined us for a Google+ Hangout and shared insights for help getting a bank loan for your business. If you've been wondering exactly what banks may look for in a loan candidate, you can find out here.
Florida small business loans are in high demand, with over half of small and medium businesses applying for a loan in Q1 2015. Yet only one-third of those businesses were awarded funding. Learn what this means for Florida businesses in the report from Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.
Texas small business loans were awarded to only 37 percent of those who applied during Q1 2015. Lacking access to capital could cause problems for Texas business owners who are planning to grow and hire in the coming months. Learn more in the report from Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.