Join us for Module 3 of our Financial Credit Clinic!
Module 3 – “Building & Improving Your Business Credit”
In order to build business credit, you’ll need to establish personal credit. In this module, you will gain a better understanding of your personal credit while learning to develop a business credit file.
Please note that you have the choice to register for just one or two of the clinics, but we encourage registrants to attend all three to get the most out of the “boot camp”!
- Identify products, tools, and services available for a small business Strategies to build or improve credit
- Explain how personal finances impacts a business’ ability to get credit
- Understand how credit reporting affects the growth of a small business
- Identify credit reports and reporting systems used to assess credit risk
- Explain how credit reports work
Instructor: Christene Fergusson
Fee: No Cost
We all know as entrepreneurs that starting a small business has its fair share of challenges, especially in our current economy. Many of us without a financial background might miss out on big opportunities due to a lack of information or knowledge, minimizing potential business success and potentially putting their company at security risk. This credit clinic will give small business owners the tools to help foster growth and safeguard their businesses.
This virtual “boot camp” consists of three (3) online modules respectively focused on managing finances, forecasting sales projects, and understanding and improving business credit. These three sessions will address the important of understanding and modeling financial information that can be used to support business owners that might not have a financial background aim for higher levels of success.
During each 90-minute module, the included learning objectives will target actionable and achievable outcomes. Virtual handouts will be provided to assist in implementing the tactics reviewed during each presentation and participants will receive hands-on experience using Excel and navigating the Federal Trade Commission website.