Notes from the Frontlines in the Small Business Finance Revolution: A Microlender’s View
Gwendy Brown () and
Eric Weaver ()
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Gwendy Brown: Opportunity Fund, http://www.opportunityfund.org/about/management-team/
Eric Weaver: Opportunity Fund, http://www.opportunityfund.org/about/management-team/
Community Investments, 2014, issue 03, 35-40
This article explores the rise of alternative and subprime business finance and the implications for Main Street business owners. Drawing on their direct experience successfully lending to thousands of low-income and minority entrepreneurs across California, the authors reflect on the opportunities and challenges presented by this small business finance revolution and share some potential product and policy solutions.
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