'The Small Business Authority Hour' Radio Broadcast To Discuss Credit Conditions
Written by Jenna Weiner
Radio program to provide small and independent business owners with information on financing a business.
While in small business news it may seem that state and federal governments are the only entities willing to extend a helping hand, one business services provider is showing that this is simply not true.
Newtek Business Services recently announced its next live radio broadcast, The Small Business Authority Hour, will be aired on Saturday, April 2. The show will be hosted by Newtek president and CEO Barry Sloane and will feature a panel of small business lending experts.
During the hour-long broadcast, Sloane and experts will discuss the current state of credit and future conditions that could affect small businesses searching for financing.
"The Small Business Authority Hour will be great listening for small and independent business owners that need real time accurate information, data and state-of-the-art developments to help their business grow and profit," Sloane said in a statement.
While credit still remains a top issue among small business owners, a number of reports have indicated improvement in this sector. For example, the U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy noted in a report that large bank lending to the sector increased from 28.7 percent to 38.7 between 2003 and 2010.
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