A fund for female ventures

Gallop-Goodman, Gerda
July 2000
Black Enterprise;Jul2000, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p52
Focuses on Count-Me-In for Women's Economic Independence, a nonprofit organization aimed at raising capital to be loaned exclusively to women. Purpose of the program; Statistics on women-owned businesses in the United States; Web site of the organization.


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