Nationally recognized consumer and small business finance advocate, S.E. Day will host the For Small Business Only, LLC (FSBO) Business Education seminar. Utilizing strategic alignments with corporate creditors and vendors, the FSBO seminar will provide qualified small businesses with credit building tools that assist in establishing their business credit profiles through credit reporting bureaus including Dun & Bradstreet’s PAYDEX® score. The seminar is a one day event and will be held on October 22, 2013 at the Steinbrenner Pavilion (across from the Bucs stadium).
“The #1 challenge faced by every small business is successfully establishing business credit without using the owner’s personal credit,” states S.E. Day, founder of FSBO and host of The Legally Steal Show hosted by S.E. Day™. “At FSBO, we work from the top down through innovation and strategy. We have aligned with major U.S. corporate creditors to provide credit tools and accounts that assist small businesses in building business credit and establishing their PAYDEX® Score. We are also partnering with Oasis Outsourcing, Office Depot, and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. to provide education and strategies to assist the participant in growing their businesses from sustainability to profitability.”
For further information and registration about the For Small Business Only Business Education seminar, please visit the website at www.ForSmallBusinessOnly.com or call 813-379-7248. To determine if a business qualifies for credit products through FSBO, please email Info@ForSmallBusinessOnly.com; or, visit LinkedIn, click on groups, and join the For Small Business Only group today and get registered.
About For Small Business Only (FSBO)
FSBO is a Florida-based company providing qualified small business owners with practical knowledge and applications specifically designed to enhance their business presence and increase their bottom line.
To qualify for credit products and trade accounts, participants with For Small Business Only, LLC must meet the following requirements: be in business for a period of one to two years; possess a current, legal business structure with their state’s Secretary of State; possess a complete business address and business telephone number (no P.O. Boxes allowed, home office addresses are acceptable); and, have an IRS issued tax ID number.