Not all capital providers are equal, so seeking financing isn’t just about securing capital. It’s a matter of finding the right source of funding that matches both your business and your roadmap. This article covers four things you should consider before accepting funding.
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Revenue-based financing (RBF) offers a unique, non-dilutive solution that supports growth as a compliment, or even a substitute for VC, in tough markets. Here are three ways revenue-based financing can offer Entrepreneurs an opportunity to stay the course in a difficult venture capital market.
Alternative capital options have emerged in the last several years for founders who don’t have the high growth required today for VCs, the collateral or profitability required by traditional debt providers, or need to act faster than those options allow. We’ll go over the pros and cons of three types of alternative capital.
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I’ve noticed a number of alternatives have emerged in the last several years. These can be especially helpful for startups that need quick decisions and have predictable revenue growth – even during uncertain times.
Here’s how I came to see alternative financing like Novel Capital as the ideal way to fund my startup’s expansion.
Your business has to be solid to get funded from any reputable capital provider.
We’ll cover three steps to best position yourself to take advantage of all capital options, hit growth milestones, and maximize future valuations.
Money is the fuel that powers growth. You can use your company’s profits to grow, but when that is not enough to finance your high-growth company, what other options are available?
Learn what Valarie King-Bailey, founder & CEO at OnShore Technology Group, did for her company’s growth path with Revenue-Based Financing.
Carlos joins host Todd Anderson to discuss his journey to Novel Capital, the challenges founders face trying to raise capital, resources beyond capital to help a company’s growth trajectory, the potential impact a recession might have on capital sources, and much more.
Early sales hires are critical to the trajectory of the company and provide critical customer feedback as the product or services develop. Make the wrong hire and the results can be devastating.
Read on for what avoidable mistakes Founders make as they start to build out their sales team.
Carlos Antequera joins host Alana Muller to share how being patient with building professional relationships can results in result in long-term business opportunities.
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