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Category Archives: Women in Business

Expansion, Women in Business

How to Grow Your Woman-Owned Business

Getting certified as a woman-owned small business can open up a world of new profitable opportunities. But having your certification doesn’t necessarily mean million-dollar deals will fall into your lap! You still need to create and execute a strategy that will help put you in front of the right prospects and move you toward closing… Read more

Tools, Women in Business

Resources to Check Out for Your Woman-Owned Business

Women make up 38 percent of all businesses in the U.S. but tend to be underrepresented in the business world. The many hurdles they face, especially when it comes to receiving financing, make them have to fight harder than other entrepreneurs to succeed. If you’re a woman in business, check out these helpful resources. Grants… Read more

Kabbage Customers, Small Business Spotlight, Women in Business

Behind the Business: Accountingprose Tells Beautiful Stories With Client Financials

Kabbage spoke with Kabbage customer Cristina Garza, owner of and Chief Number Cruncher at Accountingprose. Garza serves a wide variety of small businesses – from technology startups to creative agencies to professional service organizations. Garza and her team work tirelessly to ensure passion-chasers can continue successfully chasing their passions. To keep up with these small… Read more

Small Business Spotlight, Women in Business

Small Business Spotlight: LED Experience

Kabbage spoke with Kelly Nelson, founder and CCO of L.E.D. Experience. A serial entrepreneur, Nelson believes in following your passions and making your work environment filled with joy. Nelson has long been intrigued in mixing mediums to create emotionally captivating experiences and constantly is inspired to create. Follow her small business on Facebook, Instagram and… Read more

Women in Business

An Overview of Women in Business

Though women comprise nearly half of the labor force, they are underrepresented as business owners. As of 2016, women own 38 percent of all businesses in the country. If you’re curious about women and their experiences in the small business world, check out these interesting facts. Women and Education A generation or two ago, most… Read more

Finance & Accounting, Financial Management, Women in Business

Grants for Women: What Every Female Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Grants for women are among the many types of funding available to start or grow a small business. And, unlike loans, business grants for women do not have to be repaid. This is a definite plus for any woman who is a recipient of grant money. However, this type of funding is typically very challenging… Read more

Technology, Women in Business

Tech Startups and Women Entrepreneurs

Turning your dreams into profit by starting your own business can reward you financially and simultaneously help you fulfill your personal and professional goals. But before you can taste success you’ll have to put in the work. For women especially, the road to entrepreneurship is difficult and demanding – but luckily it’s also paved with… Read more

Business Inspiration, Women in Business

10 Quotes From Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs

The role of an entrepreneur can be fraught with challenges, and for a woman, it can be particularly difficult. The best advice you can get is from those that have walked the path before you. Inspirational quotes come in all forms, but when you’re looking to do business, these 10 female entrepreneurs can show you… Read more

Small Business Spotlight, Women in Business

Small Business Owner Interview: Kelly and Kyle Taylor, Chrome Yellow

From the beginning, Kelly and Kyle Taylor had a clear vision for Chrome Yellow Trading Co. – to design a space that drew people in, welcoming them and evoking a calm, easy inspiration among a wide mix of clientele. They brought that vision to life when they opened their doors in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward… Read more

Small Business Spotlight, Women in Business

Small Business Owner Interview: Tessa Sarvay, Otis & Omar Boutique

Tessa Sarvay is the owner of Otis & Omar Boutique and two other online vintage clothing stores. Learn more about her journey in our small business owner interview below. Small Business Owner Interview with Tessa Sarvay Are you a Kabbage customer? How has Kabbage helped your business? I am currently a Kabbage customer and have… Read more