Small Business Loans for Women in North Carolina
If you live in North Carolina and you’re looking for small business loans for women, your local First Bank can help. We offer a variety of small business loans that can help female entrepreneurs start or expand their North Carolina Business.
First Bank’s Small Business Loans for Women
The costs of running a small business come in many shapes and sizes and that’s why we offer a number of different options for financing a business.*
- Commercial Mortgages — If you need a storefront, warehouse, office or other location for your business, consider a commercial mortgage to finance an existing location.
- Construction Loans — Maybe you need a construction loan to build a place of your own or perform remodeling or expansion on an old one, we can help!
- Business Loans — Startup costs can be taken care of with a lump sum business loan from First Bank. Whether it’s equipment, supplies, inventory or other needs, we can get you off and running.
- Lines of Credit — Starting and running a business doesn’t come without everyday, unforeseen costs to keep things afloat. Our business line of credit is a great way to manage these expenses.
- Business Credit Card — First Bank’s Mastercard Business Card with Rewards is a great way to make everyday and monthly business purchases while earning rewards points—all with no annual fee.
- SBA Loans — A government-sponsored loan from the Small Business Administration (SBA) can help you grow your small business when traditional bank financing may not be an option.
Resources for Women Business Owners in NC
North Carolina has plenty of business development resources for women, including:
- The Women’s Business Center of North Carolina — this center offers “tools and support to establish businesses, stabilize their companies, generate sustainable profits, strategize for future growth and contribute to the growth and economic development of the community.”
- Center for Economic Empowerment and Development — CEED has a history of helping women and families through specialized programs, and their mission is to “promote growth, productiveness and well being through peer counseling, education, information, and advocacy programs.”
- N.C. Department of Administration’s Office of Historically Underutilized Businesses — HUB advocates for “minority, women and disabled-owned businesses in their efforts to conduct business with the State.”
With more than 100 locations across the Carolinas offering small business loans to women, First Bank is proud to help women with their business needs.
Loans subject to credit approval.
NC Department of Administration: http://www.blnc.gov/LinkClick.aspx?link=http%3a%2f%2fwww.doa.nc.gov%2fhub%2f&tabid=581&mid=1261