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Get ‘er D-U-N-S® (or What Should I Do Next?)

Did you know….

“Almost all Fortune 500 companies require a D-U-N-S Number when applying to do business with a supplier, contractor or consultant.”  Tweet This

My team is fortunate to travel to dozens of business events each year and talk to thousands of small business owners.  Two questions we find ourselves answering again and again are:

With that in mind, we thought the infographic included above would help demonstrate just how widely the DUNS Number is used within the business community… as well as highlight some ways that business owners are leveraging their healthy business credit profiles into opportunities for growth! Curious if your small business already has a D&B D-U-N-S Number?  Use this free look up.

If you find your business in the lookup, then your company has a D&B D-U-N-S Number and you’re already listed within the D&B database (and it’s probably a great time to sign up for alerts to changes in your file using our free CreditSignal* product.)

If you can’t find your business in our lookup, make sure to get a free D&B D-U-N-S Number now so you can establish your business credit profile. And of course, if you have any D&B D-U-N-S Number related questions, don’t hesitate to ask in the comments!