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More Than Words Warehouse Bookstore

242 East Berkeley Street

Boston, MA 02118

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More Than Words welcomes author, Harvard Business School professor, and former Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration Karen G. Mills for a discussion of her new book, Fintech, Small Business & the American Dream. The book details how big data and artificial intelligence have the potential to revolutionize financial services in the traditional banking landscape. Mills takes a comprehensive look at how technology is transforming small business lending, creating new opportunities for small business owners, and energizing this critical segment of the economy.

Praise for Fintech, Small Business & the American Dream


“In this important book, Karen Mills shows how financial innovation can empower small businesses to fulfill their owners’ dreams and push the American economy forward. It will change how you think both about financial innovation and small business.”

- LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS, Former Secretary of the Treasury, Former Director of the National Economic Council, and Harvard President Emeritus


“A must-read book for community bankers wondering how to best deliver small business financing in the future.”

- BOB RIVERS, Chairman and CEO of Eastern Bank


Karen Mills recognizes that small businesses are vital to America’s development. For anyone interested in understanding the complexities of small business growth and the technologies, systems and companies vying to simplify and strengthen the financial lives of American small businesses, this book is essential.”

- KATHRYN PETRALIA, Co-Founder and President of Kabbage

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