Venture Capital, Commercial Finance, Business Angels, Private Equity
Through our network we have access to many groups and different types of finance and commercial backers.
Elsby Corporate Finance can find you the best partner for your situation and opportunity ensuring that you can capitalise. Venture Capital can bring not only finance but also management support strategic planning and connections to support your business as it grows.
Venture capital is a form of investment where investors provide funds to startup companies or small businesses that are believed to have high potential for growth and success. In exchange for their investment, venture capitalists typically receive an ownership stake in the company and play an active role in guiding its development and strategy. Venture capital is often seen as a crucial source of funding for innovative and high-risk ventures that may not have access to traditional forms of financing such as bank loans or public offerings. Venture capital investments can range from a few hundred thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars, depending on the size and stage of the company.
Commercial finance refers to the process of providing funding or financial services to businesses for the purpose of supporting their operations, growth, or investments. This can include various types of financing such as loans, lines of credit, factoring, asset-based lending, and more. Commercial finance providers may include banks, credit unions, private lenders, and other financial institutions. The terms and conditions of commercial finance agreements may vary depending on the lender and the specific needs of the business. Ultimately, commercial finance plays an important role in helping businesses obtain the capital they need to achieve their goals.
A business angel, also known as an angel investor, is an individual who provides capital for businesses in exchange for ownership equity or convertible debt. They are typically high net worth individuals who invest their own money and have a strong interest in helping entrepreneurs succeed. Business angels are often involved in the early stages of a startup and can provide not only financial support but also mentorship, industry connections, and expertise. They are an important source of funding for startups that may not qualify for traditional bank loans or venture capital investments.
Private equity refers to investments made in non-publicly traded companies. These investments are typically made by private equity firms, which pool capital from investors and use it to acquire or invest in companies. Private equity firms often seek to take a controlling stake in the companies they invest in, with the goal of improving their financial performance and ultimately selling them for a profit. Private equity investments can range from early-stage startups to mature companies, and can involve a variety of industries and sectors. Private equity is often seen as a high-risk, high-reward asset class, with the potential for significant returns but also the risk of substantial losses.