Insights on venture debt.
Category: Thought Leadership
When you’re growing a SaaS company you may find yourself in need of additional capital. Learn more about the application for financing here.
Similarity of Purpose Doesn’t Mean Solidarity of Service Just because debt financing companies offer similar funding doesn’t mean their offerings, service, and support are the same. In fact, the differences can sometimes be as fundamentally drastic as debt financing vs. equity financing. You could say that venture debt financing companies share a common goal: helping …Read More
The Possibilities Are Endless Growing a business requires capital, plain and simple. You need to invest in new products and processes, expand sales and marketing initiatives, pay vendors for services, and more. Despite the growth you see, these expenses can quickly catch up to or even overtake existing capital or revenue — but that doesn’t …Read More
One Growing Company, Two Growth Choices Growing a SaaS business is no easy task, especially considering the vast differences between debt financing vs. equity financing. Regardless of your industry or geography, acquiring new customers, growing existing relationships, attracting top-performing talent, and managing the numerous administrative requirements of a business takes a great deal of effort …Read More
A Solid Standalone or a Strategic Supplement As a business owner focused on growing a SaaS company, you may be exploring options to get more working capital and continue your growth trajectory — or even expedite it. Whether you’ve been funding your growth since the company started or have already received VC investment, venture debt …Read More
When Capital Prohibits Growth, What Are Your Options for Growing a SaaS Company? For a growing subscription-based SaaS company, expenses can come close to or even exceed monthly recurring revenue (MRR) — creating cash flow challenges. Or, the business may simply need another infusion of capital beyond (or between) venture investments to propel growth. In …Read More
There’s always a bit of fear when it comes to starting a new business. We should know—we started two of them in the last two years! The first was Sibling Revelry Brewery, a craft-brewing operation that began as a family passion project and has grown into a 3,600 barrel per year operation. The second was River …Read More
Having an idea and the intention to build a successful startup is easy. Bringing the idea to life and successfully executing, however, can be a rather treacherous road. Although debt providers like River SaaS Capital and equity investors differ in their capital offerings, they do align when it comes to their quest for identifying and …Read More
Last month we attended the SaaStr Annual meeting. The three-day conference, now in its third year, featured more than 150 speakers spread across multiple stages, and close to 10,000 attendees. SaaStr definitely drew the elite when it comes to speakers. Some were high profile—Twilio, Veeva, Slack, Evernote, Oracle, Gainsight. Others were less known, but equally …Read More
By now, you’ve probably heard some of the many reasons growing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies make excellent credit risks for lenders. These companies have market traction, customers and fixed/predictable revenue. They also have variable costs, meaning that they can scale up or trim their spending as needed to make the best use of the capital they …Read More