Access the Funding You Need to Grow Your Supplier Company
Managing your company’s cash flow is most likely one of your top priorities. If you need to cover expenses while you wait for your invoices to be filled, but don’t have access to the funds you need, it can stall your business growth. You need to be able to access the financing you need to grow your business. Did you know, your business credit scores and ratings could play a key role in whether or not you receive funding for your business? Banks and lenders alike may look at your business credit file to help determine the total loan amount, as well as the repayment terms and conditions. Learn more about traditional lenders.
By building a strong business credit file, you can help increase your chances of securing funding for your business. Plus, having a strong business credit file can help you negotiate lower loan interest rates and better terms and conditions, which can help positively impact your company’s cash flow.
Learn more about the types of funding available for suppliers
Traditional Funding – National Banks
Alternate Funding – Factoring
Alternate Funding – Export-Import Funding
Access to Capital® Helping businesses everywhere access the funding they need to grow
At Dun & Bradstreet, our goal is to help you build the most valuable business relationships. A relationship that is often overlooked is the relationship between a business owner and their lender. The business world is unpredictable. You could have zero orders one day and a hundred orders the next. Being able to access the funds you need when you need them is critical to your success.
We created Access to Capital to connect business owners directly with different types of lenders. This helps businesses just like yours find the best lender for their business needs and access the funding they need to grow their business. To find out about our next Access to Capital event follow us on social media or learn more about Access to Capital here.
“It’s not how big you are, it’s how big you want to be.”
Jeff Stibel, Vice Chairman, Dun & Bradstreet
Credibility Capital An emerging business marketplace lender partnered with Dun & Bradstreet
Credibility Capital is an alternative lender that makes affordable two-year loans to businesses with a convenient monthly repayment schedule. If you’re looking for funding and have a clear plan for why you need the money, Credibility Capital might be able to help.
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to speak with a Credibility Capital team member to learn more
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Michael Stein, President, Crystal Creek Assisted Living, Inc.
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