Access to Capital

Remember the old saying, “Money doesn’t grow on trees?” Unfortunately, money does make the world go round, especially the world of business. If you’re looking for funding sources to fuel your growth, check out some of these possibilities.

Small Business Flex Fund

Small businesses and nonprofits can apply for a low-interest loan of up to $150,000 to finance expansion and growth as well as recover from the pandemic and subsequent economic slowdown.

Access to Capital Directory

A comprehensive database developed by Bank of America that’s designed to help women entrepreneurs learn about sources of funding, including equity, loans and grant capital.

SBA Lender Match

Fill in some blanks and Lender Match will provide you with a list of potential lenders, based on your business.

Collateral Support Program

This program offers bridge loans to small businesses that don’t quality for a conventional loan. These loans are typically paid off within 18 months and are offered through participating state lenders.

These links are provided for informational purposes only. Washington State and the Department of Commerce do not endorse any of these organizations nor is it liable for the quality or outcome of any relationships entered into.