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Recent Minority Business News

  • Fri, 19 Dec 2014 20:36:38 +0000: Build Your Business Credit: 5 Key Reasons to Get Started - MBDA Syndicated News Feed
    Created on December 19, 2014
     

    Business CreditBuilding business credit is just as important as building and taking good care of one’s personal credit. In the business world, a company does not have a consumer FICO® Score. Instead, it has business credit scores, ratings maintained and calculated by business credit reporting agencies.

    “Just as your personal credit has a big impact on your financial health, your business credit can help you get competitive business loan rates and terms from potential suppliers,” says Marc Kirshbaum, president of Experian's Business Information Solutions group.

    Unfortunately, many small business owners don't even know there is such a thing as a credit score for a business and therefore lose opportunities to improve their own, says Jeff Stibel, CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.

    Many times, small business owners make the mistake of assuming that positive personal credit scores will be enough to obtain good business credit ratings. While lenders and suppliers may initially consider personal credit history, once a business pays its first invoice, it will begin building its own credit history.

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  • Fri, 19 Dec 2014 18:40:24 +0000: Prepare Your Business for a Winter Storm - MBDA Syndicated News Feed
    Created on December 19, 2014
     

    America’s PrepareAthon! Campaign Offers Specific Actions to Prepare your Business for a Winter Storm

    Be Smart. Take Part. PrepareWhen a winter storm hits, it can significantly interrupt if not suspend your business operations. Winter storms can bring freezing rain, ice, snow, high winds, or a combination of these conditions. They can cause power outages that last for days, make roads and walkways very dangerous, and affect community services. Preparing ahead of time can help you manage the impact a winter storm has on your business and the safety of your employees.

    Knowing what to do when a winter storm and other disasters hit is the message of America’s PrepareAthon!, a nationwide grassroots campaign for action to increase community preparedness and resilience through hazard-specific drills, group discussions, and exercises. The campaign offers easy-to-implement preparedness guides, checklists, and resources to help individuals, business owners, organizations and whole communities practice the simple, specific actions they can take to prepare for disasters.

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  • Thu, 18 Dec 2014 17:10:18 +0000: Holiday Message from National Director Castillo - MBDA Syndicated News Feed

  • Thu, 18 Dec 2014 16:51:29 +0000: Happy Holidays from Albert Shen - MBDA Syndicated News Feed

    Albert K. Shen In the short amount of time that I’ve had the privilege of working with MBDA, I’ve been thoroughly impressed with all of your hard work and dedication. I’m inspired by all the great achievements that we’ve accomplished this year and the continued diligence and commitment I see on future endeavors.

    This year was a very successful year for job creation, economic growth and entrepreneurship within the minority communities, and I’m proud to say that all of you played a vital role in this upward trend. Despite facing many challenges, you continue to step up to the plate and face these challenges head on.  As a small MBE owner before my arrival at MBDA, I have personally dealt with the difficult barriers that MBEs face in order to survive and hope that my experiences will make MBDA a better resource.

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