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Let's Talk Small Business on Business RadioX Features the Small Business Administration

Part II of Interview in Honor of Georgia's Small Business Appreciation Month

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - July 18, 2014) - The Let's Talk Small Business May 20, 2014 episode was the second in a series that featured Cassius Butts, Regional Administrator for the Small Business Administration (SBA), being interviewed by host Stacey Key.

The SBA is a United States independent agency of the federal government that provides aid, counsel, assistance and protection for small businesses and entrepreneurs. Cassius Butts was appointed by President Barack Obama as Regional Administrator in 2011 to be the eyes and ears of the small business community. Butts oversees the nine district offices in the Southeastern region.

During the interview, Butts delved into detail on the programs and opportunities of the SBA, focusing on its small business-friendly loan programs and business mentorship services.

"I typically view things from a different perspective, not necessarily from right to left or red to blue, but green," explained Butts. "Access to capital is huge and it is the lifeblood of this economy."

The SBA provides access to capital through partnered financial institutions, at no cost to the constituent. They offer a variety of loan programs built to cover all the needs of a small business or start-up company, including real estate and equipment loans.

In Georgia, Butts is focused on supporting the developing businesses that sustain Atlanta's airport expansion. In addition, another major expansion is underway for the large U.S. seaport in Savannah, a project that will promote the growth of new business in the city.

To learn more about Cassius Butts and the SBA, listen to this interview in its entirety on Let's Talk Small Business.

About Let's Talk Small Business:

http://letstalk.businessradiox.com

Join host, entrepreneur and small business expert Stacey Key and her team of co-hosts on Tuesdays at 11:30am Eastern for the GMSDC's Let's Talk Small Business radio show. Listen as they engage the entire small business development community in active dialogue about the obstacles and opportunities affecting this complex business segment. Hear from C-suite executives, sole proprietors, and government and industry leaders -- as they share the meaningful insight and instruction necessary to build prosperous business ventures in today's global economy.

About Business RadioX®:

Business RadioX® interviews dozens of innovative entrepreneurs and successful leaders each week. Its mission is to help local businesses get the word out about the important work they're doing for their market, their community, and their profession. With a pro-business slant and a long-form interview format, guests don't have to worry about being ambushed or talking in "sound bites." Guests have enough time to tell their whole story and to share their insights and experience without interruptions. Business RadioX® hosts are business professionals interviewing their peers, drilling down on the critical issues, and delivering practical information to an engaged business audience. Business topics that are frequently covered include: Law, Finance, Healthcare, Technology, Trade Shows, B2B Marketing, Venture Capital, Training and Development and other issues impacting the business community. For more information, visit: http://www.businessradiox.com.

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