To close the credit gap for women entrepreneurs, Grameen America helps member establish and build their credit scores.
New findings from the American Express Serve2Gether Consulting Program highlight unique insights into microfinance in the United States and Grameen America’s role.
Celebrate this Fourth of July with Grameen America! Together, we have reached over 70,000 women across the nation who have gained financial independence through our program.
With only three Grameen America loans, Reyna has already expanded her business, set aside savings, and even has plans to open a second location for her daughter to manage.
As manager of Grameen America’s Oakland branch, Sonya works with her team to empower thousands of women in the community with transformative microloans.
Ines joined Grameen America to grow her flower business and keep up with increased demand. Two years later, business is booming.
WE NYC launches WE Master Money: Credit with Grameen America and partners to empower low-income women entrepreneurs in New York City with critical credit-building skills.
Business ownership among female entrepreneurs grew dramatically during the Great Recession.
Perla used her first loan to sell clothing outside of nearby gas stations. Today, she owns a successful storefront in Charlotte.
A new report from the Center for an Urban Future highlights the growth in women-owned businesses across the country.
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