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A few suggestions: Capitalize the business adequately at start-up, and then ensure that the business pays for everything itself. Whatever you need -- facility, equipment, supplies, materials -- always make sure that the business buys and pays for it using a business check, credit card, line of credit, etc. (rather than you paying for it with your personal cash, check, or credit card). Set up commercial accounts and credit lines with suppliers, especially those that report to D&B. Also, go over your business plan with your banker and ask him/her this same question -- helping you build the financial strength of your business is part of a good commercial banker's job (all those "fees" are paying that person's salary, so get your money's worth!).
Welcome to the community and best wishes with your new enterprise!
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Lighthouse always gives good advice. Do you have a Business Name??
Have you registered and received a Federal I D Number??
Do you have an Accountant?? A Lawyer??
Do you know about SCORE?? SCORE is FREE and can help you succeed.
Good luck, LUCKIEST
I would suggest searching for instance "strong business credit" online through Google etc.. and definitely consulting with a professional in the field of building business credit.