Our Business Resource Center now has timely up to date information coming from 20 plus experts in many fields, it also has a library of resources you can use in your business. Ed Lette, President and CEO Business Bank of Texas, N.A.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 9, 2010
Business Bank of Texas, N.A., today announced the launch of its new Business Resource Center, a comprehensive online education and information resource designed to support entrepreneurs and businesses across Central Texas.
The Business Resource Center features an established online community of seasoned business and financial industry experts focused on delivery of relevant and timely informational articles and advice to business owners. Topic areas include, but are not exclusive to, Accounting & Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Operations, and Business Law. Additionally, the Business Resource Center features a business banking advice blog, entitled The Corner Office, authored by Business Bank of Texas founder, president, and Chief Executive Officer, Ed Lette. Said Mr. Lette of the bank’s new online resource, “Our goal is to help create success for our customers by offering a platform for the easy exchange of innovative ideas, knowledge and best practices.”
About Business Bank of Texas, N.A.
Established in 2007 and completely virtual, Business Bank of Texas, N.A., is dedicated to meeting the needs of businesses and entrepreneurs across the state of Texas. Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ed Lette, has become founding president of four national bank charters, including Business Bank of Texas, and has served as Chief Financial Officer for five national banks over the course of his 45-year career. The bank’s co-founder, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer is Mary Anne Hebel. Prior to Business Bank of Texas, Hebel, a 37-year veteran of the financial services industry, held posts as CFO and COO while contributing to the success of two other national banks. The management team as a whole boasts more than a century of combined banking and financial services experience. Business Bank of Texas recently shed its de novo bank classification as scheduled.
Business Resource Center
November 9, 2010