Accion Cultivates Businesses

October 2014
Business NH Magazine;Oct2014, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p36
The article offers information on microlender Accion which provides financial support to businesses that don't qualify for bank financing by looking beyond a credit score and considering alternate forms of collateral, and cash flow. Topics discussed include the loan received by retired veteran Frank DiVincenzo from Accion for starting his business Basil World, the loans and interest range of Accion, and a table related to business loan and start up loan requirements for Accion.


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