Women in Business:
Figures That Matter

October is National Women's Small Business Month. At Kabbage, we recognize the fiercely talented women entrepreneurs who are paving the path for their peers.

did you know?

38%

of all small businesses are owned by women1

44%

of women-owned businesses are owned by minorities2

45%

increase in the number of women-owned businesses since 20071

Behind the Business

Kabbage customers discuss the success factors #behindthebusiness and how they're achieving their dreams.

Cristina Garza

Accountingprose / Denver, CO
Chief Number Cruncher / 5 years in business

Meet Tina Garza, owner of and chief number cruncher at Accountingprose. Based in Denver and Phoenix, Tina’s business, Accountingprose, has helped other small businesses with their accounting needs for the past five years.

"Small businesses are my passion because everybody has a story that they want to tell, or they want to pursue their passion. I think by offering small business accounting services to them, I can help them do their best work and do what they love."

To hear more about Tina and her band of small business superheroes, check out her small business spotlight on the Kabbage blog.

Read Tina's Story

Jacie Dunkle

Tin Whistle Irish Pub / Charlottesville, VA
Restaurateur / 13 years in business

Meet Jacie Dunkle, co-owner of Tin Whistle Irish Pub in Charlottesville, Virginia. Jacie began her entrepreneurial journey in Virginia when she opened her first restaurant in 2004. She later combined her passion for being a restaurateur with a love of all things Irish with the opening of Tin Whistle.

"I like when things are successful, and being part of a success is very gratifying to me. And I love to be around people, I love talking to people, I like being friends with good acquaintances and knowing what's going on in town."

To hear more about Jacie and her Irish adventures through her small business, check out her small business spotlight on the Kabbage blog.

Read Jacie's Story

Experienced women entrepreneurs celebrate the figures that inspired their successes

Jen Earle

CEO, NAWBO

Jen Earle, leader of the National Association Women Business Owners (NAWBO), talks about how NAWBO supports women entrepreneurs. Watch the interview to learn how NAWBO offers mentorship; supports the economic, social and political benefits of mentors; and provides financial aid opportunities for women in business.

Experienced women entrepreneurs celebrate the figures that inspired their successes

kabbage executive leaders

Kathryn
Petralia

Head of Operations and Co-Founder
9 years at Kabbage

In part one of our two-part Figures That Matter series, Kathryn shares the importance of women entrepreneurs in the global business landscape, and discusses her own figures who matter in her journey at Kabbage.

Check out Part 1

Amy
Zimmerman

Head of People
8 years at Kabbage

In part two of our two-part Figures That Matter series, Amy tells us about two figures that helped shape her into the role model she is today. From learning life lessons from Dad to a new boss that took a chance on her, she shares why these two made everlasting impressions on her life.

Check out Part 2

Celebrating National Women's Small Business Month

Kabbage's blog provides advice, tips and resources for small business owners. Check out the lastest women in business related blog posts below.

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