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In the past decade, the number of women-owned businesses has boomed, and these businesses are just as successful as businesses owned by men. Women seeking capital to finance their small business ventures can take out loans. Loans are available for women starting up small businesses in all fields-bed and breakfasts, catering, pet supplies photography, record labels, greeting cards, craft businesses, consulting, brokerage, day-care and more.

Many loans are available for a woman starting a small business.

- The number of women-owned business has increased exponentially over the past ten years.
- Women tend to think and act differently than men when it comes to business, and their non-traditional style of running a company has been successful, and given women a different outlook on possibilities and opportunities.
- Raising start-up capital is important in starting a new business. Some different source of money are friends and family, private or angel investors, venture capital investors, grants and, of course, loans.
- There are loans created especially for women. In some of these loans, applications will focus on your character, credit, experience and reliability rather than assets. These loans can be for as much as $250,000 or more.
- There are also loans specifically created for women with young children who wish to create a business within the home.
- Take the VentureWorthy survey to find out more about women's small business loans.

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