In case you missed it, here is a summary of the Leadership Success Call for September 6, 2012.
Developing a business banking relationship is more involved than opening a personal checking account, but it doesn’t have to be painful.
During this call I interviewed Mike Brown about how to set your business up for success when entering into a new banking relationship. Mike is a Director in the Loan Syndications Group for Huntington National Bank in Cleveland, OH.
Here are some things you’ll learn from our discussion:
- What specific business problems a bank can help you solve
- The benefits of working with a bank over other sources of capital
- Some specific steps a business owner can take to prepare for a bank financing and increase the chances of success
- The critical steps in the financing process
- The most common pitfalls for small businesses during a bank financing
- The types of companies that a bank won’t touch (this may surprise you)
- A bank’s ongoing requirements after the loan is set up
I launched these Free, interactive sessions for leaders who want to learn, grow, and help create other leaders. People call in to offer opinions, ask questions, and inspire others to live and lead with more success.
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