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As a business owner, you may be beginning to hear the word fundability a lot. It may come from lenders, various media platforms, or your own current creditors. What is fundability? Fundability, in the simplest terms, is the ability of your business to get funding.

It can be tricky to get a loan for new business endeavors. You do not yet have the benefit of a long time in business, profitability, or positive business credit history.

There are so many factors that affect the fundability of your business. Truthfully, your Experian profile is just one link in a very long fundability chain. However, that does not mean it isn’t important.