Whether you want to start your first business or need to grow your current venture, applying for a loan the first time around can certainly be a daunting process, particularly when women are unfortunately often still looked down upon in the area of finance.
Your dream is to be a successful female entrepreneur, and you’ve decided you want a career that offers your residual income and lets you help folks in the process. So you buy up some rental properties, or work to flip some houses, and now you are managing rental properties.
You dream of this, but you’re not sure how to make it a reality. You have the drive, and the money, so what are your next steps? And once you fulfill those steps, how will you keep abreast with your renters and let people know about your available properties?
The loudest voices in today's debate over surveillance come from white, wealthy men, according to a Daily Dot report. In February 2016, the organization reviewed eight months worth of high-profile exchanges about surveillance and encryption in America and found that women (and other minorities in the workplace) are barely represented, let alone heard.
Female entrepreneurship is growing at an unprecedented rate. Between 1997 and 2015, an average of 608 new women-owned businesses opened per day, American Express' 2015 State of Women-owned Businesses report states. Since 2007, this number has increased to an average of 1,072 a day.
The report surveyed the 50 states to find which ones have the fastest-growing rates of women-owned firms, as well as which boast the most overall economic clout for female-owned companies. Here’s a look at some of the states that came out on top as being the most friendly for female business owners.
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