Despite high levels of optimism, New York small business loans didn’t meet business owners’ demands, and were awarded far below the national average. See the New York Q3 2015 Pepperdine Private Capital Access findings to learn more.
The State of Small Business Loans Nationwide Remains Elusive, Despite Increased Optimism from Business Owners, According to the Q3 2015 PCA Index
Q3 2015 Pepperdine Private Capital Access Index results show that while business owners are increasingly optimistic about growth, bank loans are still awarded well below demand.
PCA Index Finds Optimism and Financing Success Are Up for Mid-Sized Businesses Following an Increase in Capital Access
Optimism among mid-sized businesses is at its highest level since 2012, according to the Dun & Bradstreet and Pepperdine University Q2 PCA Index findings. An increase in access to capital may be fueling the optimism and increased financing success. Read more.
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.
Only half of the businesses that apply for a New York small business loan actually receive one, and businesses in New York are feeling more restricted than other businesses nationwide. See more statistics in this Q1 2015 report from Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.