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Growing a startup is hard. While a lot of the attention goes towards building the tech stack or the marketing stack, have you paid enough attention to your capital stack?
Equity capital is the most talked about type of capital. However, most startups or professionally managed companies will NOT raise to venture capital equity. Even those that do raise VC equity have working capital or capital expenditure needs that is best met through other cheaper sources of capital than equity. Debt and quasi equity instruments are now starting to be available for startups that were earlier shunned by debt providers. Asset light startups or startups with VC backing but no profitability are now able to borrow and grow their business in a capital efficient manner, enabling founders to retain greater control of the firm and give better returns to their shareholders in the long run.
1.) What are the different sources of non-dilutive capital for startups?
2.) What do the different types of non-dilutive capital providers look for?
3.) How to be ready for debt or non-dilutive capital?
4.) When not to take debt or non-dilutive capital?
Amit Verma I 8750847502 I [email protected]