Despite recent news coverage, banks are still lending to small businesses. Nowadays to get a business line of credit it is easier to obtain from a community bank. These smaller lenders are portfolio lenders who take an interest in their local community.
Bridgewater, NJ (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Business Credit Workshop, a well-rounded platform on financing, announces that it now provides useful information on how investors and business owners can obtain large lines of credit.
Business Credit Workshop started as a local seminar for small business owners but soon expanded to a nationwide point of reference for all those seeking advice and consultation on how to succeed in business line credit. Joe Lawrence, published author and CEO at Business Credit Workshop, advises “Despite recent news coverage, banks are still lending to small businesses. The difference is the type of banks. Nowadays to get a business line of credit or business credit card it is much easier to obtain from a local community bank or a credit union. This is because these smaller lenders are portfolio lenders and are able to take an interest in their local community. Instead of just being another random applicant in a large institution, a local, community bank is available to have their Vice President or CEO meet with you and take an interest in your small business needs. This results in being treated like a person again.”
Advice like this and further personalized consultations are available at Business Credit Workshop. Tutorials, videos, articles, recommended sources, and customer support are accessible at their frequently updated website. And Mr. Lawrence adds “I can teach you the methods to develop a rock-solid business credit profile as well as the little-known techniques on how and where to obtain business loans in today’s market.”
Business Credit Workshop can effectively help investors and business owners teaching them the methods to develop a business credit profile as well as the little-known techniques on where to obtain business lines of credit in today’s volatile market.
For further information visit Business Credit Workshop today at http://www.businesscreditworkshop.me/