Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses and financial institutions around the world with products and services that make payments more convenient and more secure.

Visa helps millions of cardholders across the world better manage their finances by enabling them to pay ahead with a prepaid card, to pay now with a debit card or to pay later with a credit card. We offer customers peace of mind in knowing they can use their cards with convenience, security and ease, virtually anywhere in the world, at any time.

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10 Ways To Celebrate National Black Business Month

Article Language: English
August 4, 2022,

To help you best support Black-owned businesses, we asked Black business owners and leaders this question for their best recommendations. From promoting Black-owned businesses on social media to providing Black founders with more access to funding, several recommendations may help you offer the best support to Black-owned businesses as you celebrate National Black Business Month.

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Your Marketing Roadmap - Content, Publicity and Personal Branding

Event Language: English
August 2, 2022, 1:00pm EDT

Part 3 of the "Your Marketing Roadmap" webinar series will address how to integrate content marketing, publicity and personal branding to grow your business. Read more

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12 Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Article Language: English
August 2, 2022,

To help you develop the best habits for success as an entrepreneur, we asked successful entrepreneurs and business owners this question for their best insights. From learning to make quick decisions to demonstrating moral courage, several habits are considered important in making entrepreneurs successful.

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How to Cover for Employees When They’re Gone for an Extended Period

Article Language: English
July 29, 2022,

If the past few years have taught small business owners anything, it’s the unpredictability of life. Assuming that your SMB weathered the pandemic, you are understandably concerned about shoring things up ahead of the next crisis. If you’re starting your own company, you’ll want to adopt a few tried-and-true practices to guard against the unexpected.

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