In 2014, Anna received her first Grameen America loan of $1,500 to expand her clothing business. A year later, she has $2,000 in savings and a thriving business.
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With a $1,500 loan, Maria was able to expand her tire shop into a booming business.
New data reveals women and minority-owned businesses lag far behind in terms of revenue share.
Three years ago, Elvia took out a loan of $1,000 to make a better life for herself and her children. Today, Elvia is on her ninth loan of $9,000 and is a proud owner of a growing business.
Grameen America partnered with Women Entrepreneurs of New York City (WE NYC) to provide our New York City borrowers with the tools necessary to build successful businesses.
Grameen America is celebrating financial independence for the 50,000 women reached by our program who have been empowered to build small businesses and create better lives for themselves and their families.
From CGI America in Denver, CO to the new Yunus Social Business Centre to be opened in Worcester, MA, there has been a lot of recent buzz about financial inclusion and entrepreneurship.
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Five years ago, Anna had a dream to start her own business. With only $300 in savings from her four years working at a local fast food store, she... read more
According to The Economist, about 8% of U.S. households – and nearly one in three whose income is less than $15,000 a year – do not have a bank... read more