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What Is a Term Loan and How to Get a Loan for Your Small Business

A small business term loan can be an excellent way to get your startup off the ground, but what is a term loan, what are the pros and cons, and how can you get one?

debt financing startups

4 Debt Financing Sources for Pre-Venture Capital Backed Startups

There are excellent arguments for seeking debt capital instead of venture funding. In this article, we'll cover the 4 most common sources of debt capital for pre-VC funded startups.

Startup financing solutions

Introducing New Entrepreneur-Friendly Startup Financing Solutions

Startups have limited access to entrepreneur-friendly debt capital, so we’ve developed more flexible financing solutions to help you reach your next growth milestone – from revenue-based financing to term loans and lines of credit.

Startup Valuation Methods

Startup Valuation Methods: How to Calculate the Value of a Startup

Understanding how to calculate the value of a startup and the different startup valuation methods is essential for entrepreneurs to learn.

Revenue-based financing industry report

The First Ever Revenue-Based Financing Industry Report

Explore the changing landscape of tech startup financing and learn about the growing trend of alternative financing options like revenue-based financing.

Seed Funding

Seed Funding: How It Works

Seed funding, as the name suggests, is funding designed to germinate an idea into a business at its beginning stages. Here's how seed funding works.

SaaS Finance - Funding for Startups

SaaS Finance 101: Funding for Startups That Are ‘Non-VC-Compatible’

While getting VC funded has long been touted as the ultimate goal for the SaaS business model, founders are increasingly skeptical that this is the best (or at least only) way to grow a company.

Convertible Notes - Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE)

Be Careful with Convertible Notes: Your SAFE May Hurt You

If you are a startup founder or CEO considering using a convertible note, a SAFE or another type of convertible instrument, there is a little-known aspect of such instruments that can cost you a lot in dilution: the number of shares included in the denominator.