Considering the Woman-Owned Business


Hana Dickman


While the recession may have officially ended, many small business owners, in particular minority business owners, are still reeling from the devastating effects of the recession that began in 2007. Larger firms and corporations were able to secure bank loans and investments to coast by during the recession; then they reinvented themselves after the recession. For small business owners, however, banks have dried up.

From this vantage point, I ask you, how does a small business owner, in particular a minority or woman owned enterprise, take advantage of our revived consumer marketplace if they are still paying off recession-related debts?

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Author : Aimee Anderson