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Finding access to capital to operate and grow businesses isn't always easy, but is critical to success for women business owners.
Bank of America developed a database to help women entrepreneurs learn about sources of funding, including equity, loans and grant capital.
One of the keys to accelerating financial inclusion and building a more equitable digital economy is to enable minority-owned businesses to scale. And one of the fastest ways to do that is through partnerships with a global network like Visa. At the Visa Economic Empowerment Institute (VEEI), we’re committed to providing research and insights on important issues related to inclusive economic policy. Our reports cover topics like what women-owned businesses need to unlock growth and how to empower Black and Brown-owned banks. Read more of our latest stories here.
When governments and the nonprofit and private sectors work together, society is better positioned to achieve a healthier, sustainable environment and more resilient global economy.
All businesses have a role to play in accelerating the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.
That's why Bank of America is part of the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials, a group of financial institutions working to assess and disclose the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with their loans and investments.
Ken Burns discusses Muhammad Ali's background and how the journey of boxing's greatest champion is just as relevant today—in sport, culture and beyond.
Expanding access to skill-building programs and resources can create a pipeline of talent in local communities.
Bank of America is working with local organizations to fuel economic opportunity — including a $25M investment in community colleges, HBCUs and Hispanic-serving institutions.