Access to capital (or lack thereof) is one of the most common reasons a small business succeeds or fails.
When seeking out capital, entrepreneurs of color are more likely to experience setbacks than their white counterparts, including (but not limited to) receiving less financial support than requested, higher interest rates, or being denied loans from banking institutions. Small business owners of color are also less likely to ask, and receive, capital from family and friends during the start-up phase. If this has been your experience, you are not alone.
Having a trusted financial advisor who meets you where you are can be the difference between growing your business and closing your doors. In this virtual workshop hosted by Wacif and People for Change Coalition, we will explore the loan and line of credit options available from Wacif. With flexible underwriting practices and credit score standards not found at traditional banks, you can find a partner and flexible lender in Wacif.
Join us to discover how you can begin the loan application process today, and learn the criteria needed to be a successful lending client. All are welcome to attend.