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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Through new partnership, Grameen America and Grameen PrimaCare expand financial inclusion and deliver quality, affordable health services to uplift women in poverty in New York City.
Wells Fargo has provided $7 million to Grameen America to empower women entrepreneurs across the country to start or grow their businesses.
Grameen America has named Daniel Delehanty as Chief Program and Strategy Officer. Mr. Delehanty will help lead the organization in its next chapter of growth.
Andrea Jung delivers remarks on the importance of women’s economic opportunity at the 2016 HOPE Global Forum.

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