News and Articles About Microlending
Seeds, a free mobile game, lets players build a virtual civilization while microfinancing women entrepreneurs in Kenya.
On peer-to-peer lending website Prosper, anonymous users raise money from anonymous investors, Kickstarter-style.
To alleviate many of the problems in the world, Dermalogica founder Jane Wurwand boldly suggests giving women entrepreneurs a hand up.
The U.K.'s Cherie Blair aims to help the 'missing middles' -- female business owners in developing nations who need help in scaling their growing companies.
At this year's Clinton Global Initiative, micro-lending platform Kiva.org makes a new commitment to still-struggling small businesses.
Here are three reasons why micro-borrowers do better than owners who've borrowed from a traditional bank.
How your startup could benefit from these funding sources in the coming year.