Expansion Capital & Solutions for Solid, Fast Growing Companies
Successful companies often need Expansion Capital. They have a great product or service with growing demand, and have a hard time keeping up with the necessary investments in infrastructure or equipment.
Successful companies often need Expansion Capital.
They have a great product or service with growing demand, and have a
hard time keeping up with the necessary investments in infrastructure or
If such a company can show great sales and/or a solid niche,
investors are anxious to assist this growth with expansion capital.
Here are some basic requirements from a private group of investors that are constantly on the look out for such companies.
- Sales of at least $2 million (in the US) and being a private company
- Sales of at least $10 million (international) and being a private company
- Scalable business not limited by geography (technology based companies would be a good example)
- Annual growth of at least 25% is preferred
- There are exceptions to these requirements for companies with a solid niche
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Besides Expansion Capital, our source has a few other services to assist in your growth:
- Strategic Alliances
- Joint Ventures to put your product/service into mainstream distribution channels
- Online and Offline Mass Distribution
- Access to Unlimited Leads at low rates
'Do you think that you would qualify for another major growth cycle?
Contact this group through the 'Contact Us' page of Business-Funding-Insider, or click here for Expansion Capital Please mention 'Expansion Capital'
You will receive a questionnaire with more detailed questions.
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