SBA Microloans For Women-owned businesses

SBA helps with start up business loans for women entrepreneurs, so that they can compete in the marketplace. Connect with the training and funding opportunities specifically for women.

Office of Women’s Business Ownership (OWBO)

The Office of Women’s Business Ownership (OWBO) helps women entrepreneurs through programs coordinated by SBA district offices. Programs include business training, counseling, federal contracts, and access to credit and capital.

The OWBO oversees Women’s Business Centers (WBCs). These centers seek to level the playing field for all women entrepreneurs, who still face unique obstacles in the business world.

Businesses receiving assistance from WBCs see a significantly better success rate than those without similar support. Find your nearest center.

Funding for women-owned small businesses

The 8(a) Business Development program helps small, disadvantaged businesses compete in the marketplace. Check with WBCs and local assistance resources for guidance, and our Lender Match tool for finding capital.

Women-owned small businesses can also take advantage of government small business loans for women program’s. Our partners offer advice and counseling to help choose the right path for your company.

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Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) Federal Contracting program

This program helps women-owned small businesses compete for federal contracts. Understand the eligibility requirements before applying.

SBA also works with federal agencies to increase contracting opportunities and achieve the government’s five percent contracting goal for women-owned small businesses. Keep an eye out for matchmaking events targeting both the federal and private procurement.

Other resources for women-owned businesses

National Women’s Business Council

The National Women’s Business Council is a non-partisan federal advisory council serving as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The Council is the government’s only independent voice for women entrepreneurs, tackling important and relevant economic issues.

Get training online with DreamBuilder

DreamBuilder introduces participants to all areas of business ownership through a carefully crafted and engaging curriculum, featured in English and Spanish. At the conclusion of the program, women leave with a business plan to start their own business or develop an existing one.

Following are more partner resources on women-owned small businesses.

  • Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO)
  • Association of Women's Business Centers (AWBC)
  • National Association of Women in Construction
  • National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB)
  • National Association of Women's Business Owners (NAWBO)
  • U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce (USWCC)
  • Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP)
  • Women's Presidents' Organization (WPO)

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