5 Keys to Funding Your Scale Up

  Funding a Scale up for Tech Companies and Other Industries by Jeff Bardos, CEO Speritas Capital Partners July, 2018 I recently had the privilege of being a panelist at a Connecticut Technology Council event focused on scale ups. The discussion concentrated on...

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Equipment Finance Done Right

Speritas Capital recently assisted in the financing of a $10 million production line for a company several years into their turnaround. Our client had limited access to bank financing and limited free collateral. The challenge was to find a...

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Expanding Your Financing Options

You’ve invested all your savings in your business. You’ve probably asked friends and family to invest. Maybe you’ve been lucky enough to raise equity from investors through a Series A or B round. The good news is your business is...

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An SBA Loan Could be the Answer

SBA loans—loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration—are not just for mom and pop stores. If your business has less than $15 million in tangible net worth and $5 million in average, after-tax net income over the last two...

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Financing Options for Craft & Micro-Breweries

Throughout the country, craft and micro-breweries continue to grow and expand. Like every specialty industry, breweries have a unique set of equipment and financing needs. Most of the financing requirements of growth-focused craft and micro-breweries fall outside the loan...

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Franchise Financing: Options For New Business Owners

Franchise opportunities have really expanded over the years. There are now franchises spanning practically every industry for budgets of all sizes. However, franchises usually require financing on some level, and it can be confusing which one is right for...

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Leaseback Financing: Working Capital Without Debt

There are times when businesses need short-term capital, but traditional loans are not the ideal solution. Whether the need for capital is to cover existing financial obligations, making payroll, acting on a time-sensitive opportunity, or anything else, debt-based loans...

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Single Family Rentals: How Millennials Are Shifting The Trend

At the start of 2017, single family rentals had next to no traction. Commercial real estate investors were focusing on multifamily rentals as well as fix and flip projects instead. However, in 2018, millennials are showing a positive trend...

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Accounts Receivables Financing: How Businesses Utilize AR Financing for Working Capital

When small businesses experience cash flow shortages or want to expand but are unable to obtain sufficient funds through traditional bank loans or lines of credit, one option open to them is accounts receivable financing. This involves selling outstanding...

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Solar Financing: Maintaining A Positive Cash Flow

Solar installations have been gaining great traction over the past decade. As the technology becomes more efficient, more businesses and individuals are converting their buildings and homes to solar power. However, with staggered payment schedules, many solar providers find...

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