Access to capital is the main concern for entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises. However, as an entrepreneur or SME, are they prepared to access capital for their business? ISSME had organized a webinar series to help entrepreneurs and SMEs learn how to build business credit and prepare for a business loan.
EASY STEPS TO BUILDING BUSINESS CREDIT
Monday, November 3, 2014
3:00-4:30 PM IST
Experts shared real life business success stories and failures as a result of the care of or the lack of attention to establishing, monitoring and building strong business credit. They taught the basics of business credit and the different ways it can impact a company’s ability to manage cash flow, access funding, become a successful supplier, win a contract and more.
- Why you should care about business credit?
- Who are we?
- Understand how business credit works.
- Concrete steps you can take to improve your business credit.
ACCESS TO CAPITAL: PREPARING TO MEET YOUR LENDER
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
3:00-4:30 PM IST
Experts tried to put light on various questions generally ignored by entrepreneurs while making a plan to access capital like: Do you think a bank loan will help you grow your business? Do you know what it takes to get that loan? Have you considered alternative lending options? How about equity options? For many, the journey to access capital for a startup or growing business can feel like a daunting excursion into the unknown. The good news is that there are plenty of organizations in your area that have the resources and assistance to help you prepare.
In this webinar, experts also taught about the resources available in their area that provide business and technical assistance, and how to prepare for their journey to access capital.
- What are the lending options available to business owners in today’s climate?
- How do business owners who successfully get loans prepare before meeting a lender?
- What are the National resources available to help you get further educated on your options?
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