Summary of Challenges in SME Access to Capital
The Roosevelt Institute © 2015
New financing models can keep entrepreneurship alive in the United States.
In the United States, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) often lack capital, and that poses a threat to American entrepreneurialism, according to crowdfunding expert Richard Swart. He outlines the challenges that start-ups and young companies face in obtaining financial support, and he describes some of the novel sources of credit and investment that technology has made possible, while highlighting their drawbacks as well. getAbstract recommends this SME financing primer to budding entrepreneurs and small-business investors.
In this summary, you will learn
- How a lack of access to capital has slowed down entrepreneurial growth in the United States,
- What alternative lending options are available to entrepreneurs and small business owners today, and
- What new services have evolved to support entrepreneurship.
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