New York Small Business Loans Low Success Rate Could Impede Planned Growth According to PCA Index

New York small business loans are being awarded at very low rates, and could end up impeding expected and planned growth. Learn more from the Q2 2015 Private Capital Access Index.

PCA Index Indicates That California Small Business Loans Might Not Meet Funding Needs

California small businesses are feeling constricted due to low access to capital, despite planned growth. Learn more from the Q2 2015 Private Capital Access Index.

Small Business Loans Are In High Demand According to PCA Index Findings

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.

Texas Small Business Loans Awarded Below National Average, Could Hinder Growth

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.

New York Small Business Loans Beat National Average, Still Fall Short

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.

Small Business Loans in California Are Needed More But Awarded Less

Small business loans in California are hard to get – only one-third of those who applied for a small business loan actually received one in Q1 2015. See more statistics in the newest report from Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.