Women are the backbone of the society and very good entrepreneurs too. The average business growth rate for women in Kenya is slightly lower as compared to that of men. Women would like to invest and venture into the world of business and economically sustain themselves. They, however, face glaring financial challenges that have killed the morale of many women looking to start up their own businesses.
Chase Bank gives loans to women to help them invest and grow their businesses, especially women in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Chase Bank works in conjunction with the International Finance Cooperation (IFC) seeks to help women sustain themselves economically by helping them start up businesses of their own. This loan from Chase Bank will enable more women to join the business world and in the process help build the economy of the nation.
So, are you a woman thinking about venturing into entrepreneurship? Are you a woman with a burning desire to invest into the fast-growing SME sector? Are you scared and frustrated because of the financial constraints accompanied by your dream? Worry no more! Visit the nearest Chase Bank branch and start creating the future you want.