Is your D&B® business credit profile healthy?
If you have no idea how to answer that question, you could benefit from learning more about business credit. Your D&B business credit report can say a lot about your business, and an incomplete or incorrect business credit profile might reflect negatively on your company. Your report can help answer questions like: How credible is your business? How likely is your business to pay back a loan? How large of a project can your company handle? And, can your business really handle a large supplier contract? If you want potential lenders and partners, who might be using your D&B business credit report to get more information about your company, to feel like they have positive answers to those questions, then you’ll want to consider managing your business credit file.
Amber Colley, with Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp., will help explain business credit: what it is, what your scores mean, and how to help build a healthy profile in her presentation at the National 8(a) Winter Conference in Orlando, Florida on Feb. 4th. The conference, overall, will focus on federal and legal updates as well as how to navigate the world of federal contracting. Plus, federal agencies, prime contractors, industry professionals, business vendors, and small business liaisons will be in attendance.
Managing your business credit can also help make your business eligible for loans from traditional lenders, so that you can have the access to the capital you need to deliver on the promises you made in your contracts.
Register for the conference to hear Amber speak and be sure to stop by the Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. booth for more information on your business credit. You can also sign up to review your business credit report with a Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. Credit Advisor from 9 AM to 3 PM during the conference.
Photo Credit: National 8(a) Association