Heard on the Street – here’s what we were reading last week:
3 Resources to Help Find Small-Business Loans for Women Entrepreneurs: Charisse Conanan Johnson shares several resources that can help women entrepreneurs seek effective lending solutions to meet their needs and desires.
How More Black Commercial Developers Could Change Chicago: Developer DL3 Realty could serve as a template for others to come back to – or emerge from – systematically disinvested places like the South Side or West Side of Chicago and provide an often elusive link between longtime residents and businesses and capital for revitalization without displacement.
There’s a new resource for businesses on Buffalo’s East Side: The newly opened Beverly Gray Business Exchange Center on Buffalo’s East Side is an accessible hub for businesses owned by people from minority populations, women, and service-disabled veterans. The center is named after late City Councilmember Beverly A. Gray, who was a vocal community advocate.