New Web Site Educates Entrepreneurs About Business Credit

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In response to a growing number of denied applications and credit limit increases, BusinessCredit.org has been launched to help entrepreneurs better understand how to obtain and maintain business credit.

Business owners and entrepreneurs looking to better understand how to obtain business credit can now log on to http://www.BusinessCredit.org. The web site is a free comprehensive resource that features the best tips and guidelines on how to get access to business loans, business credit cards, and business lines of credit. Visitors are also educated about business credit reports.

Launched by the National Institute of Business Credit (NIBC), a virtual organization made up of global contributors and researchers, the site is very helpful for both aspiring and established business owners. It features well-written informative articles, descriptive how-to videos, exclusive listings of useful resources, and detailed comparison charts of options offered by different banks.

In a down economy, millions of entrepreneurs face roadblocks and challenges when opening new lines of credit and/or maintaining their existing ones. More than ever before, banks and credit card companies are closing accounts, minimizing their spending limits, and/or denying applications. Despite this, with the proper education, a business owner can survive and still have active revolving credit.

Visitors to BusinessCredit.org will learn exactly what to do and what to avoid when applying for new credit, and how to effectively plead a case when credit is being taken away. There is no other resource online like this, and most of all - it's 100% free to use.

About NIBC

Based in Columbus, Ohio and established in 2008, the National Institute of Business Credit (NIBC) is a unique global network of researchers and contributors with one goal: To better educate entrepreneurs and small business owners about business credit.

According to their web site, "The Internet lacks sufficient information on this topic, and because of this many who are interested in business credit are unaware of what to do. Our organization was created to fill this void, and to provide accurate information to those who are interested."

For more details, interested ones should visit the site directly at http://www.BusinessCredit.org

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