Small Business Loans are discussed on "Front Page", Hosted by Actor James Earl Jones

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The Public Television program will profile individuals who can talk about small business growth and cash-flow.

In an informative "Front Page" segment, host James Earl Jones introduces a piece that speaks with industry leaders about small business loans. They will delve into how to obtain needed funds for starting and growing a business and point out the pitfalls to avoid. The short-form documentary will run through the options available to entrepreneurs at different stages of business growth, and with varied financial profiles.

Obtaining funding is the greatest hurdle faced when starting a business, but bootstrapping does not have to be the only way to do things. Financial institutions are definitely interested in helping small businesses that have a plan for success. Small business financing is available through the U.S. States Small Business Administration, local banks and credit unions, and literally thousands of traditional finance sources. More creative sources like micro-loans, peer-to-peer financing, venture capital and crowdfunding are also avenues to consider.

Front Page is a series created for Public Television and many of the PBS Member stations in the United States. Each high-quality episode is created in high definition for approval on air and is distributed to television stations around the country. The show’s host is veteran actor and TV star James Earl Jones, and the show also employs an award-winning staff of producers, writers, and videographers.

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