Make Your Voice Heard: Take the 2023 Small Business Credit Survey

September 7, 2023 by Emily Garman

At Experian, we understand the vital role small businesses play in our economy. They are the backbone of innovation, job creation, and community growth. That’s why we’re encouraging our readers to take the Federal Reserve Banks’ annual Small Business Credit Survey for small business owners and the self-employed.

Why Your Voice Matters

This 10-minute survey is a crucial tool for understanding the challenges and opportunities faced by small business owners and self-employed people in the United States.

Small businesses like yours often face unique financial hurdles, and this survey is your chance to share your experiences. Whether it’s sharing your stories of accessing credit, managing cash flow, or navigating economic uncertainties, your insights can make a difference.

Experian’s Commitment to Small Businesses

Experian is dedicated to empowering small businesses by providing access to valuable financial insights and resources. We believe that by working together, we can help small business owners thrive in a dynamic marketplace. We are proud to promote the work of the Federal Reserve Banks as one way we’re actively involved in supporting the small business community.

How You Can Help

We encourage all small business owners and self-employed individuals in the United States to take part in the Small Business Credit Survey. Your input is invaluable in shaping the future of small business credit and financial support programs.

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