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Women in Business Tip: New Source of Startup Capital for Women Business Owners

Fashion designer Tory Burch started her boutique business in 2004 in the Nolita shopping neighborhood of Manhattan on Elizabeth Street. Fast forward 10 years later and Tory Burch has launched another venture called Elizabeth Street Capital to help early-stage women business owners (those who have been in business about two years) get access to low-cost capital, mentoring support and networking opportunities to grow their businesses. Launched with an investment of $10 million from Bank of America, the program will initially support women entrepreneurs in Boston, Charlotte, Las Vegas, New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco, but will expand to additional markets over the next two years. Find out more.

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