Revenue-Based Financing

Fuel your company’s growth where payments match your ability to pay

Raise $1M to $7M in Revenue-Based Financing

Here’s How It Works

Revenue-Based Financing

Royalty Loan

Non-Amortizing Royalty Loan

No Fixed Term (Avg. 3-5 Years)

Why Do High-Growth Companies Use Revenue-Based Financing?

DEFER

To defer dilutive equity issuance using venture debt as a bridge or as growth capital

COST

Businesses are typically growing equity at a faster rate than the cost of the loan

Repayment Flexibility

Royalty debt investments can be repaid at the company's option

Is Revenue-Based Financing Right for My Business?

Amount Seeking:
$1-3 million first tranche;
Up to $7 million in total
Regions:
United States; Canada; United Kingdom
Sectors:
Primarily tech and SaaS;
Open to other high-growth sectors 
Stage:
Mature startups;
Annual Revenue greater than $4 million;
or ARR greater than $2.5 million
Management:
Proven entrepreneurs with substantial ownership positions in their own businesses

CASE STUDIES

Be the Next Success Story

Factor 75

Acquired by Meal-Kit Delivery Giant, HelloFresh

Factor 75 is an online, subscription-based, chef-prepared delivery service that provides “nutrition for performance.” In 2016, the company chose revenue-based financing from Flow Capital in order to expand their business geographically and into adjacent markets while minimizing equity dilution. 

Factor 75

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