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New Main Street Report Shows Small Business Credit Remains Stable in Q1

May 23, 2016 by Gary Stockton

Experian Business Information Services and Moody’s Analytics have joined forces to develop the Experian/Moody’s Analytics Main Street Report.  The report leverages a combination of business credit data (including credit balances, delinquency...

Know your worth – it can set your business up for financial success

May 06, 2016 by Gary Stockton

If you’ve ever seen an episode of Shark Tank, then you know that the question of a business’s valuation always comes up. Most of the time, and much to the “Sharks” dismay, the contestants overvalue their companies, or do not know their business’s...

Funding the underserved small business

May 05, 2016 by Gary Stockton

In celebration of National Small Business Week and #DreamSmallBiz, the following blog was co-authored by Brian Ward, V.P of Marketing for Experian Business Information Services and Jonny Price, Senior Director for Kiva Zip.  

Join Us Today for our #Smallbiz Hangout in celebration of #DreamSmallBiz

May 05, 2016 by Gary Stockton

Finding the ROI on hiring an employee

May 04, 2016 by Gary Stockton

Experian is celebrating National Small Business Week by inviting leading influencers and thought leaders from the world of small business to contribute guest posts. Today Ebong Eka, Corporate CPA, Speaker and Business Expert shares some best...

Finding Funds to Start Your Business | #DreamSmallBiz

May 03, 2016 by Gary Stockton

In celebration of National Small Business Week, today's Guest Post comes from small business influencer, Barbara Weltman, who shares insights on finding funds to start a business. 

Barbara Weltman (@BarbaraWeltmanis an attorney, a prolific...

What Drives Entrepreneurs to Start Their Own Businesses?

May 02, 2016 by Gary Stockton

In America, entrepreneurs can earn rock star status. From Thomas Edison, Dale Carnegie and Henry Ford to Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk, Americans deeply respect and even idolize those men and women who start from nothing to build vast...

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