Course Summary | SmartBiz University

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the final module of SmartBiz University!

Our instructional content was created to give you an inside look at the small business lending environment. We included expert advice to help you get the low-cost funds your business needs to succeed. Let’s take one final look at the course material to see how you can put together a strong loan application.

Overview

We began the course with an introduction to the lending industry and details about how the SBA can help small business owners get low-cost financing. Then, we explored the essential elements of a loan application from credit to cash flow to insurance and everything in between.

Each module highlighted useful information to help spark business growth.

Next Steps

To assess your loan readiness, sign up now for SmartBiz Advisor*, an Intelligent CFO™ that evaluates your business according to the key criteria considered by our bank partners. You’ll find clear, straightforward, and transparent indicators of your business’s loan readiness, as well as personalized recommendations to increase your likelihood of approval. You’ll also receive 5-star service from our Loan Consultants, who are available to clarify questions you may have.

Our goal is to help you get the low-cost funds you need to succeed. Start your SmartBiz journey today.

 

* The information provided through SmartBiz Advisor, including the Loan Ready Score, is for educational purposes and is not the same as scores used by lenders for credit decisions. SmartBiz Advisor is not a financial or legal advisor as defined under federal or state law. Use of this information is not a replacement for personal, professional advice or assistance regarding your finances or credit history.

 What you need to know: The information provided through SmartBiz® University and the articles contained therein are for educational purposes only. Use of this information is not a replacement for personal, professional advice or assistance regarding your finances or credit history.