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How to Make Your Company More Credit Worthy & How to Prepare a Budget

Hyde Park, VT

WORKSHOP ON HOW TO MAKE YOUR COMPANY MORE CREDIT WORTHY AND HOW TO PREPARE A BUDGET

          The current economic climate is difficult for small businesses that often have trouble getting the credit they need to secure loans, make payroll, manage inventory, or expand. Lending hasn't been this challenging in decades and legislation to support businesses remains unclear.

Quite simply, financial institutions won’t make loans to a person or business that is unlikely to pay the money back. Establishing a solid history of timely payments is critical to proving your company’s creditworthiness.

So how can small businesses improve their credit profiles and ultimately their credibility with vendors, creditors, and customers?  Attend this workshop and learn simple tips which can be extremely helpful in proving that your business is indeed creditworthy. If you don’t measure your financial results you cannot manage them.

Learn how to prepare a budget, to not only manage your results but also help your company become more credit worthy.

The Presenter, Steve Dobrin, of Jeffersonville, VT, has spent more than 25 years helping businesses of all sizes obtain profitable and sustainable growth. A CPA graduate of McGill University, Steve has served as both a corporate financial executive and as an entrepreneur.

    The workshop will take place on March 18th from 9 am to noon in the Community Center at Green Mountain Technology and Career Center in Hyde Park.  The cost to attend is $49 and pre-registration is required.  Please visit www.vtsbdc.org and click on TRAINING to register and pre-pay on line or email Vicki Blanchard at dblanchard@vtsbdc.org if you have problems registering.  For more information call John Mandeville at 888-5640.

          Vermont Small Business Development Center is a partnership program with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration through its funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of any of the co-sponsors’ or participants’ opinions, products or services.