Helping Small Business Fuel the Economy
Whether you work for a small business or rely on one for the things you need, we all understand the critical role that startups and expanding businesses play in our communities and our lives. That’s why we continue to do everything we can to partner with entrepreneurs and small business owners. These stories highlight local lending and investing, personal ingenuity, and a passion to create and retain jobs and offer new products and services. We hope they remind you of what we can achieve together.
Oct 18, 2012
A New York company is lightening the load and changing the way we think about moving. See how we connected them with the tolls they need to go global… learn More about Innovative Company Thinks Outside the Box to Change
Oct 30, 2012
Working with a traditional French bistro to create a more refined approach to business. See how connecting with 21st-century tools helped create the recipe for success in New York… learn More about French Bistro Finds New Ways to Refine Its Cuisine – and Its Business
Jul 20, 2012
Sixteen years ago, entrepreneur David Zimmer opened Fleet Feet Sports Chicago,retail stores for the city’s runners, walkers and fitness enthusiasts of all abilities. Building on the success of the stores, Zimmer needed to find the right financial partner to help him develop a long-term financing plan—and be a sounding board for potential opportunities… learn More about Chicago’s Fleet Feet Sports Expands its Business With Financing and Small Business Expertise
Nov 15, 2012
We are pleased to share the Fall 2012 Small Business Owner Report, a semi-annual study that uncovers the concerns, aspirations and perspectives of small business owners across the country. This study examines a variety of topics that are top of mind for small business owners, including the upcoming holiday season, revenue and growth expectations for 2013, business management and access to capital… learn More about Bank of America Releases the Fall 2012 Small Business Owner Report
Oct 19, 2012
In 2004, entrepreneur Stacy Johnson made a momentous decision. Over the past six years, she had painstakingly grown Stacia, her retail clothing business, from a single storefront and design studio in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn to a popular product line carried in 300 boutiques in the U.S. and abroad… learn More about How the California Lifestyle Inspired a Successful Fashion Brand
*$17.7 billion in new credit to small businesses in 2011 (includes both new originations and renewals).