In February, I was honored to co-present, with Janice St. Onge of the Flexible Capital Fund, an open conversation about royalty financing, also known as revenue-based financing (RBF), for the Northern New England Women's Investor Network.
For many businesses that don’t catch the eye of equity investors, revenue-based funding (RBF) can be a powerful growth tool. Unleashing its potential, however, requires a mindset that goes beyond an equity-oriented approach to investment.
Vested for Growth (VFG) was named Business Assistance Organization of the Year by Business NH Magazine in its May 2019 issue.
A bank relationship that has stood the test of time is a rarity, given changes in the banking profession and difficult market conditions both for banks and for small businesses.
I want to spread the seeds of royalty financing—a powerful new deal structure for later-stage companies with healthy gross-profit margins.
Banks can’t provide for all small businesses' capital needs. Some business owners need an alternative lender or investor.
Angel investors who offer royalty (also called mezzanine) financing, in addition to equity, live up to their fullest potential.
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