Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 29, 2012
Clopton Capital, a provider of SBA loans, has just found out about a program started by the Small BusinessAdministration which aims to utilize the Small Business Administration as a conduit to helping small businesses access goods and services from some of America's largest corporations. The purpose of this initiative is to help both large and small businesses profit from each other on a continuous basis. The SBA and Clopton Capital both believe this program will create synergy between the two types of businesses and make them both more competitive and lucrative in the process. “There are definitely a lot of initiatives programs and spending sprees the federal government engages in that I think I and virtually all other business owners see as wasteful, this definitely is not one of them. By acting as a conduit to connect vendor and supplier the Small Business Administration is actually eliminating needless bureaucracy that would ironically exist in the grey world of product and service sourcing. The big businesses want to sell to the small business, and the small businesses want access to what they previously had no access to, it seems like a win-win situation," said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.
Clopton Capital's future plans are to heavily publicize the Small Business Administration's programs that they feel are successful or at least based on sound logic. “I regularly keep an eye on the SBA and they are one of the only federal agencies I feel truly makes a positive economic difference in America," said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital.
Clopton Capital can be reached at 866.647.1650. Any business owners of commercial real estate holders interested in obtaining working capital or some form of a business loan our encouraged to contact the firm at CloptonCapital.com.