Lead Bank offers new options, services for women business owners
Lead Bank recently unveiled its women in business initiative by offering to support local, women-owned businesses.
The bank offers low-fixed rates and up to five years for long-term loans in addition to two hours per month of free business consulting via their Lead Business Advisors team.
Lead Bank and Lead Business Advisors, a division of Lead Bank, partners with each female business owner to help them meet their company goals.
The Lead Business Advisors team provides financial, operational and strategic advice to businesses by offering monthly bookkeeping services, financial statement preparation, budget creation and reporting, as well as strategic and operational advising services.
“The number of women-owned businesses in Missouri has increased by nearly 40 percent in the last 15-plus years,” said Josh Rowland, vice chairman of Lead Bank. “Lead Bank is dedicated to enabling female-owned businesses to succeed.
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