Small Business Loans and Microloans
Does your small business need funds to increase inventory, expand or update your space, scale up for a new opportunity, purchase equipment, or add new jobs? Pacific Community Ventures can help. We’re a mission-driven lender that provides fair and affordable loans from $10,000 — $200,000 to California small businesses. Our loans help small business owners like you thrive and be successful.
Our staff and financial advisors will get your small business’ finances in order, and as one of our small business loan borrowers you’ll get free access to our network of over 1,000 business advisors for help in any area you need, like marketing, business strategy, or sales. All of the areas that you may currently be facing challenges in as you grow your business. With a PCV small business loan, you’re not alone — we’re here to help.
Get Started With A PCV Loan
If you’re a California company that’s been in business for at least 12 months, and you’ve got at least 1 full- or part-time employee, then we’d love to work with you! We don’t require a minimum credit score, and specialize in working with small business owners who’ve had a hard time accessing capital, like female entrepreneurs, immigrant entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs of color, and borrowers that may have been turned down for SBA or traditional bank loans.
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How PCV’s Small Business Loans Are Different
Small businesses create our jobs and make our communities unique, and yet small businesses struggle to access the capital and support they need to grow. Every day, 8,000 small business loan requests are declined by banks across America. PCV is different: As a community development financial institution (CDFI) we’re more flexible than a bank, credit union, or the Small Business Administration. We make the loan process simple and straightforward:
PCV Lending In Action
Meet Our Companies
Over the past decade, we’ve helped thousands of small businesses create tens of thousands of jobs. Our companies have shown job growth at eleven times the national average. 68% of our companies have a female owner, and 50% have a person of color as an owner. Meet some of our advised and funded companies!
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