Kansas City's women entrepreneurs face funding challenges, study finds

05/5/2014 | American City Business Journals

More than one-third of women entrepreneurs in Kansas City plan to grow through acquisitions, but three-quarters of them say they are unable to get the capital they need to make that strategy successful, according to a study from Lead Bank. "Many women do not seek a new loan or line of credit due to a lack of confidence that they'll successfully acquire these funds," said Josh Rowland, the bank's vice chairman.

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