Communities have always relied on the contributions of their small businesspersons in order to prosper; so when small enterprise suffers, we all suffer. Our team proposes to empower small enterprises in DFW, particularly in Vickery Meadow, through microloans ranging anywhere from $250 to $750. Using our connections in the community, we will find qualified loan recipients and tailor our clientele’s loans and repayment methods to individual needs. Through microloans, private enterprisers will have the power to better both themselves and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
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Vir, Amrita; Zech, Sean; Lenth, Lorena; Burrage, Trigg; and Richter, Weston, "Big iDeas Project Proposal: The Empowerment of Small Enterprise in the Dallas Community through Microloans " (2011). Big iDeas 2011 Proposals. 3.