Revenue Royalties – The Easiest Way to Fund Most Young Companies

By Robert Steven Kramarz / May 23, 2015

Revenue Royalties – The Easiest Way to Fund Most Young Companies As an investor, it’s become apparent there are major drawbacks to two of the common means of funding young companies: selling ownership rights (C-corp stock or LLC membership) and issuing a note (convertible or not) — i.e. borrowing money from investors. The good news […]

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Community-Based Revenue Sharing

Revenue Royalties – More on Community-Based Revenue Sharing

By Robert Steven Kramarz / April 23, 2015

Revenue Royalties – More on Community-Based Revenue Sharing In my last post, I hinted at a way to raise capital for the 80% to 90% of growing companies that don’t qualify for sophisticated angel financing or venture capital, or don’t want it.  One good reason not to want to get capital from sophisticated angel investors […]

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Participation funding - money flows for young business

Participation funding — Win-Win Funding for Young Companies

By Robert Steven Kramarz / March 23, 2015

Participation funding — Win-Win Funding for Young Companies This time period has been eventful, including attendance at CEO Space and discussions with many companies about the topic of the last two posts:  how to raise funds for a young business without 1) giving up a lot of ownership nor 2) burdening the company with a loan having […]

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Revenue Participation Funding: It’s Here Now

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 23, 2015

Revenue Participation Funding: It’s Here Now Today, I want to bring you up to date on a favorite topic:  Revenue Participation Funding — the idea of selling (or buying) a share of a company’s revenue rather than a share of the company ownership. This method is in contrast to traditional methods of finance such as […]

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