Personal identification information.
BizLender may collect personal identification information from Users in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, when Users visit our site or use mobile applications; register on the site; fill out any part of the form on our website or any webpage on our website; open and respond to our e-mails; open ...Read More
As of this week, the lending landscape has changed once again. We've seen the rise and fall of bank lending, the rise and regulation of alternative lending, the stream of P2P lending, and now with a revision to a decades-old Securities Act of 1933, changes to the crowdfunding platform to allow equity crowdfunding, also called securities-based crowdfunding.
Why is it new?
In April of 2012, President Barak Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) into law. The goal is to make it easier and faster for small businesses to access capital.
Title 3 of the JOBS Act focuses on ...Read More
A business transaction is one of trust. Your clients trust you to provide the service or good that you've offered, and you trust they'll pay you for the service or good you've provided. Is it an equal equation? Not at all. Maintaining your trustworthiness is of utmost importance for customer retention. Are you keeping their privacy in mind?
General rules on privacy
There are an estimated 205 million digital shoppers in the U.S. E-commerce websites, and service providers in all types of industries use the web to sell, interact, gather information, conduct sales, and build business. How do they protect their ...Read More
It's not a perfect world. It rains in the middle of your morning run when you're farthest from home. Your supplier raises prices beyond your budget. The internet is down. Construction outside your door is slowing the traffic coming through it. Your kid is bullied on the bus. Your bank is bullying you.
Things don't go right in life and in business. But those who persevere, succeed.
Biz2Credit recently released their Small Business Lending Index which reported an increase in loan approval rates by big banks and institutional lenders, up two-tenths of a percent from February 2016 to March 2016, which ...Read More
Twitter is the global voice. Any time the world needs to comment (and we have daily reason to comment)--on a human tragedy, the passing of a celebrity, the misstep or folly of a politician, a great injustice or implementation of justice, the feat of a sports team--we turn first to Twitter. Tweets factor into both hard core journalism and light blogging and everywhere in between.
So why is it floundering?
As a social commentary, Twitter rules, but since 2011, the company has lost $2 billion, according to CNN Money. As a matter of fact, it has not turned a profit since ...Read More