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The Business Credit and Financing Show

The Business Credit and Financing Show is produced by Credit Suite and hosted by Ty Crandall, business credit expert and best-selling author of Perfect Credit and Business Credit Decoded. Each week we talk about the business growth strategies that matter most to entrepreneurs. Listen in as we discuss the secrets to getting credit cards, loans, and credit lines to start and grow your business, even when you think you can’t get financing at a bank. And enjoy as we talk with seasoned business owners, coaches, influencers, and industry leaders on a variety of business growth strategies from how to market, hire, scale, increase revenue and profit, and the nuts and bolts of running a highly successful business. Listeners leave every 30-60-minute episode with actionable information you can use to start, grow, and fund a highly profitable business.
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Now displaying: December, 2017
Dec 26, 2017

During this show, you will discover…

Secrets to keeping your scores high and the pitfalls to avoid which can drag scores down

The mathematical models used for consumer and business credit scoring

What the credit reporting agencies really take into consideration when they calculate your business and personal credit scores

The percentage breakdowns for TransUnion, Dun & Bradstreet, Experian, and Equifax

How to start building a good business credit score

Why your business credit scores might differ among the credit reporting agencies

What Dun & Bradstreet takes into consideration to calculate a PAYDEX score

What is considered a good PAYDEX score

A secret to keeping your PAYDEX score up

What the scores and numbers really mean on a D & B report

How Experian Commercial differs from D & B

How Experians Intelliscore Plus works

How long derogatory (negative) information stays on your Experian Commercial report

Where Equifax gets its data from

How Equifax predicts business failures

What the FICO SBSS is

How the SBA uses the FICO SBSS score

How FICO combines data per a lenders specifications – and why your scores for one might differ from your scores for a different lender

What the FICO SBSS Credit Offer Index is and how it is used

Everything that can lower a business credit score

What bank credit scores are

A secret to keeping your bank rating up

How to keep your credit scores up

How to keep your bank rating up

Dec 19, 2017

During this show, you will discover…

How business credit is built

How you will be denied if you try with your bank first

How to build trade lines to establish a business credit foundation

The typical terms for vendor accounts

How vendor credit leads to store credit

And how store credit leads to business credit not requiring a personal guarantee

How some vendors have a “time in business” requirement

How starter vendor accounts will give you the means to grow your business credit

Five proven companies which will give you vendor accounts AND report to the big credit reporting agencies

The correct process you MUST follow for each of these five vendors to give your business vendor credit

How to easily find these five proven companies online

And you will even get a bonus SIXTH starter vendor

How to get unsecured business financing as an alternative

How to get approved with no personal credit check or guarantee

What a “payment experience” is, and how many you need to move onto store credit

How to make sure a credit provider pulls your BUSINESS credit scores and NOT your PERSONAL credit scores when you apply

What secured credit is

How to apply for secured credit

Dec 13, 2017

Alex Charfen is co-founder and CEO of CHARGEN, a training, educating, and consulting organization helping visionary entrepreneurs grow and scale their business and movements, and create momentum everywhere in their lives.  A Ppr

A private advisor and consultant to billionaires, the Fortune 500, and some of the most well-known entrepreneurs on the planet, entrepreneurs on every continent (except Antarctica) use his online courses to change their lives.

Alex has spoken on entrepreneurial awareness around the world for tens of thousands of entrepreneurs and top global businesses, including TEDx, Genius Network annual event, and EOs Global Leadership Conference in Athens Greece. At his recent Titan Summit event in Zurich, best-selling author Robin Sharma introduced Alex as “the most progressive entrepreneurial mind on the planet.” For the past two decades, Alex has created and curated proven business philosophies, models and strategies, geared specifically to entrepreneurs and the Entrepreneur Personality Type (EPT) he is a nationally syndicated contributor to the American City Business Journals and regularly is called upon by national media outlets. 

What the Entrepreneurial Personality Type or EPT is and how it can help you

The unique characteristics that entrepreneurs have

How the best qualities entrepreneurs have can be reproduced

Habits of self-made billionaires and how to duplicate them

How to live your life intentionally

The best way that entrepreneurs can overcome overwhelm

The qualities that the best business minds of our time share

How the most successful entrepreneurs overcome their fears

The key to maximizing your performance by self-improvement and growth

How successful entrepreneurs recognize their weaknesses to overcome them, while building off their strengths

The key to building momentum as an entrepreneur

How entrepreneurs reverse engineer past success to get what they want

How to discover and awaken your entrepreneur super power

Some things you see successful entrepreneurs do to grow and scale their businesses

And much more...

Dec 8, 2017

During this show, you will discover …

That conventional banks are not a great source for startup funding

That conventional loans are hard to get

That startups cannot meet the requirements for cash flow financing

That private investors can want too much of your startup in exchange for cash

How unsecured financing can get you some of the highest loan amounts for startups

How you can get a loan of five times the amount of your highest revolving credit limit account now

That there is NO impact on your personal credit with this type of financing

How with good personal credit, you can get unsecured credit cards with approval amounts from $10,000 to $150,000

How with good business credit, you can get unsecured credit cards with $10,000 to $50,000 which report to the credit reporting bureaus

How startups can get equipment loans

How using your collateral can get you those loans

How you can use your 401(k) or your accounts receivable or stocks as collateral

How you can use inventory and equipment financing to get loans to get more inventory and equipment!

How you can build business credit for your startup

How to use crowdfunding to get funding for your business

The lowdown on how crowdfunding really works

Secrets of success in crowdfunding

How specialty companies like AngelPad can fund your startup

How you can even get a startup loan or a microloan through the SBA

How private equity lines of credit work

How house flippers can get house reseller financing

How insurance agents can use their book of business for financing

How federal, state, and local grants can help finance your startup business

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