Business Credit Member Alliance 

Business Credit Member Alliance

An Educational Initiative Focused on Small Business Growth

The Business Credit Member Alliance (BCMA) is a network of like-minded organizations all striving to lend resources and provide guidance to help American small businesses grow. Through the BCMA, you’ll work 1-on-1 with a dedicated D&B Partner Manager to develop your own co-branded “Education Center” that your small business clients can access free of charge. Your Education Center will have:

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FREE video
courses on
business credit

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FREE access
to D&B®
Credit Report*

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BCMA Partners Only Need to Focus on One Thing:
Educating your Small Business Clients

What does it mean to be a partner?

  • Access to your own co-branded Education Center website
  • Online and offline resources to help get clients to visit your Education Center
  • Tracking and reporting on which members have visited the Education Center
  • Financial assistance with D&B products for small businesses in need

Free Product Grants

Product grants will be available on a first come, first serve basis based on need. BCMA partners will have the ability to provide their clients with free business credit products to help establish, monitor and build a healthy business credit file. Ideal microbusinesses for the product grant include underserved entrepreneurs who may have a strong dependency on business credit scores and ratings to help improve their chances of negotiating credit terms, securing a traditional loan or line of credit and becoming a supplier.

Your Opinion Matters

Tell us how we can help build the very best program for the small businesses your organization serves. Get started with our quick survey.

Thank you for joining the Business Credit Member Alliance.

You should receive an email with next steps in 5-10 minutes.

If your members ask these questions, or others, our FREE program has the answers…

“What is business credit and how is it different from personal credit?”

“My business credit isn’t so great. What can I do to improve it?”

“Who can see my D&B credit file, and how can I find out what’s in it?”

“I don’t understand my D&B scores. Can you explain them?”