Business Grants For Women

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					?There are a growing number of successful businesses owned by women, and the rate
of growth of women owned businesses is increasing. Of course these businesses are at
least as successful as businesses owned by men.

Women have some advantages, for example, women can be very intuitive and they
have the ability to blend analysis and creativity; very useful qualities for successful
business startup and expansion, as proven by the growing success of women in

The United States government provides economic aid from the general federal
revenue in the form of Government Grants. These grants are provided to various
recipients to carry out public support or stimulation, as authorized by the law of the
United States. The grants are distributed by 26 grant making agencies which provide
hundreds of billions of dollars of funds to around 900 grant programs administered by
the states, local governments and various agencies. These grants are to stimulate
economic growth.

Although business grants for women are not available directly from the U.S.
government, free help for planning, starting and expanding businesses and cheap
loans are. The Small Business Administration provides planning, financing, training
and advocacy for small businesses and it works with thousands of lending,
educational and training institutions nationwide and is able to provide low interest
The U.S. Small Business Administration, or SBA, has offices in every state, the
District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The contact details for each
of these can be found at SBA Women's Business Centers.
The SBA can help you if your business is, or will be independently owned and
operated, is not dominant in its field, and meets the maximum business size standards.
Business grants for women are available from the states. Contact details for each state
can be found at Grant Resources by State. Simply put, discover which grants you are
eligible for, and apply for them.
Business grants for women are also listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic
Assistance. In fact, the CFDA provides a full listing of all Federal programs available
to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia);
federally-recognized Indian tribal governments; Territories (and possessions) of the
United States; domestic, public, quasi- public, and private profit and nonprofit
organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. It is of course
comprehensive and, once again it is necessary to discover the grants for which you are
eligible and apply for them.

The process of finding grants and applying for them is slow and tedious, and software
has been developed to speed up this process. The software makes it very easy to find
all the grants for which you are eligible, and write the applications, because tips and
templates for application writing are included with the software.
Discover the grants for which you are eligible, and apply for them easily and quickly,
at Business Grants For Women