Business Media Alert: New Business Coach podcast episode explores how to obtain bank loans on better terms
Dec 5, 2007
TORONTO, Dec. 5 /CNW/ - To many entrepreneurs, one of the great mysteries of life is how banks come to their lending decisions. Of course, this notion applies primarily to those business owners who are turned down for a loan despite making a perfectly acceptable request for credit - at least in their own eyes. So, how do banks really come to their decisions and what can be done to make those decisions fall more often in your favour? Bob Bissett, BMO's senior vice president of commercial banking for the greater Toronto area joins PROFIT editor Ian Portmouth, in the Business Coach podcast available today, to discuss lending, credit scoring, and tips on receiving bank financing. Rated as one of the top podcasts available for download during the run of its first episode on Apple iTunes, the new Business Coach episodes offer new insight and information in an updated format to help small business owners run their business better. Since October of 2007 podcast episodes have been regularly available on iTunes, as well as on bmo.com and PROFITguide.com. Previous releases include: "Lessons from the Dragons' Den," "Economic Outlook," "Building an advisory board," "Family business," Personal finance," "Better Workplaces," and "Social Media." One further episodes is scheduled for release on December 18th, with more to come in the new year. The Business Coach podcast is offered in both English and French, with the English language interviews hosted by Ian Portsmouth and broadcaster André Hains leading the Francophone episodes. The podcast is produced by PROFIT in cooperation with BMO Bank of Montreal. About PROFIT Magazine PROFIT: Your Guide to Business Success offers news, strategies, tips, interviews and other resources to entrepreneurs leading Canada's fastest-growing companies. Each year PROFIT - which currently reaches more than 300,000 readers nationally - hosts a number of events that bring together business leaders in the fast-growth segment and champions the interests of those leaders. PROFIT was founded in April 1982 as Canada's first national magazine geared to entrepreneurs. Visit PROFITguide.com.
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