When we think of Wal-Mart one of the last things we think about is a company who needs business credit and funding. In reality, Wal-Mart does use business funding and has over 520 open business credit accounts active.

Wal-Mart doesn't need the money. But like most Major companies, they use business credit and funding as leverage to help grow their business. After all, it is much easier to grow your business with someone else's money rather than using your own.

For this reason almost all Fortune 500 companies use business credit and funding. In doing so they have been able to radically grow and build their companies. And, they have been able to grow their businesses at a much faster pace than they could have since they have access to funding and business credit.

Most businesses big and small can benefit from business funding and credit. A startup business for example stands a much greater chance of success with a $150,000 credit line available than it would have if there were no funding available.

Business Credit is the best kept secret in business. Over 90% of all business owners know nothing about business credit or business credit scores. But when you do discover the power of what business credit can do for you and your business, you will be floored at how easy it is to get money and grow your business.

Author's Bio: 

About the Author - Kim Carpentier is Owner and General Manager of Valley Credit Builders (www.valleybusinesscredit.com). He is using his 35 years of successful business ownership, and transition, to help small business owners build business credit so they can separate the financial responsibilities between business and personal credit. He specializes in helping business owners establish excellent business credit scores and then leverages those scores to access cash and credit for their businesses without their personal guarantees. The Business Credit and Funding Suite is the leading business cash and credit access system in the world today.