Fair Financing

Elizabeth Lisboa-Farrow

Chair of executive board, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

It's tough for women business owners to access capital, and even tougher for Hispanic women. I'd like Wall Street and venture capitalists to focus on women making money. If women can get capital, they can grow businesses.

Women need to get involved in chambers [and other organizations]. That doesn't mean just going to meetings. They have to participate.


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This article was originally published in the January 2001 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Fair Financing.

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