Eric Goldschein

Partnerships Editor

Eric Goldschein
Experience

Eric Goldschein is the partnerships editor at Fundera.

Eric has nearly a decade of experience in digital media, writing and reporting on entrepreneurship, finance, business lending, marketing, and small business trends. 

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Eric has written for a number of outlets including Business Insider, HuffPost, Men’s Journal, BigCommerce, Volusion, Square, RetailNext, and Keap. 

He recently contributed to Zenefits on Separating Business and Personal Finances, and to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling on Starting a Franchise

Education

Eric graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with degrees in history and English writing. 

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Articles by Eric Goldschein

New Data Shows Where Small Businesses Are Most at Risk Due to Pandemic
80% of Small Business Owners Need More Help From Local Government: Survey
Business Owners Left Stranded on PPP Forgiveness, Need More Aid: Survey
Many have been impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Here, we can see exactly where in the U.S. small businesses are struggling the most.
We surveyed small business owners about their local government's response to the coronavirus pandemic and found that they need additional support.
We talked to almost 800 small business owners and learned that PPP loan forgiveness is clouded in a lot of uncertainty and confusion.
The 15 Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs in 2020
Majority of Business Owners Say PPP Wasn’t Enough, and They’d Apply for More Help: Survey
Racial Funding Gap Shows Black Business Owners Are Shut Out From Accessing Capital
The best cities for women entrepreneurs provide the means, opportunities, and support to enable women to start—and grow—their own businesses.
A new survey of 500 business owners shows that PPP funding wasn't sufficient to cover their expenses, and 80% would like to apply for more relief funding.
The racial funding gap means that black business owners are approved for loans less frequently, for lower amounts, and at higher rates than white borrowers.
New Data Shows Where Small Businesses Are Most at Risk Due to Pandemic
New Data Shows Where Small Businesses Are Most at Risk Due to Pandemic
Many have been impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Here, we can see exactly where in the U.S. small businesses are struggling the most.
80% of Small Business Owners Need More Help From Local Government: Survey
80% of Small Business Owners Need More Help From Local Government: Survey
We surveyed small business owners about their local government's response to the coronavirus pandemic and found that they need additional support.
Business Owners Left Stranded on PPP Forgiveness, Need More Aid: Survey
Business Owners Left Stranded on PPP Forgiveness, Need More Aid: Survey
We talked to almost 800 small business owners and learned that PPP loan forgiveness is clouded in a lot of uncertainty and confusion.
The 15 Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs in 2020
The 15 Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs in 2020
The best cities for women entrepreneurs provide the means, opportunities, and support to enable women to start—and grow—their own businesses.
Majority of Business Owners Say PPP Wasn’t Enough, and They’d Apply for More Help: Survey
Majority of Business Owners Say PPP Wasn’t Enough, and They’d Apply for More Help: Survey
A new survey of 500 business owners shows that PPP funding wasn't sufficient to cover their expenses, and 80% would like to apply for more relief funding.
Racial Funding Gap Shows Black Business Owners Are Shut Out From Accessing Capital
Racial Funding Gap Shows Black Business Owners Are Shut Out From Accessing Capital
The racial funding gap means that black business owners are approved for loans less frequently, for lower amounts, and at higher rates than white borrowers.

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