Leasing as a Small Business Companies and employees can only do so much without equipment. Whether it be computers, heavy machinery, or even just a company car, a business needs equipment to get things done. However, outfitting your small business with expensive machines or electronics won't be cheap, and as a new business, you could [...]
Grants for Small Businesses Contrary to popular opinion, the Small Business Administration (SBA) does not offer federal grants or loans directly to startup businesses. Traditionally, federal business grants are only available to non-profits, businesses engaged in government-sponsored scientific research, or local and state governments. Although there are loan guarantee programs aimed at making it easier for small [...]
The global recession of 2007-2008 had a huge negative impact on minority owned businesses. In the aftermath, banks are creating innovative methods to lend much needed revenue to these businesses
Small Business Funding: Lines of Credit A small business line of credit is a standard product offered by many financial institutions such as banks, credit unions, and institutional investment firms. Lines of credit can be a convenient and flexible way of financing for a small business. Is a line of credit the right form of [...]
By Marcie Geffner
The benefits of sustainability may far outweigh the costs. Learn how going green could help your business get clients, contracts and capital.
Find opportunities for veteran entrepreneurs throughout the year. Make 2016 the year you find more opportunities for your business.
Let’s assume you’re ready to get serious about landing bigger contracts and setting your business up for long-term success. Here are the ten things you should know BEFORE you start building your business credit file
Dun & Bradstreet hosted an online panel for veteran entrepreneurs and you can learn everything the expert panel of SBA members & others had to say by downloading the podcast.