December 10, 2018
Startups face numerous hurdles on their way to success, even if they have strong venture capital backing. As a founder, you might not have the sales projections and credit history needed to get a traditional business loan. Venture capital is a launching point for many startups, but you’re giving away equity and diluting your ownership of the company. Luckily for you, there’s an in-between option, one where founders can raise funds from venture firms without giving away equity. That option is venture debt financing, and it might be a solution for your company’s capital constraints.