logo2.png“Traditional financing often isn’t an option for many entrepreneurs, who may lack collateral or not meet stringent lending requirements or just be perceived as a more risky investment,” says FFCP founding partner Kim Folsom.

As women, veteran, and minority entrepreneurs face tough challenges in getting financing for their business start-ups, a new firm – Founders First Capital Partners (FFCP) – is launching a program to help business owners in underrepresented and underfunded demographics. Offe