Identifying the right capital raising structure and type of capital for your business
At Scalare, we believe that real transformation takes more than money – however, new businesses require capital to both scale and succeed.
Scalare Partners have a long history of successfully raising new capital for businesses and understand how the different options available to Founders can be tricky to navigate.
Raising capital is a time-consuming process and requires a lot of preparation before talking to potential investors.
Understanding the different forms of capital, and why one form may be better suited for your business, takes careful consideration.
Choosing which form of capital is right for your raise has considerations for the Founder both now and in the future.
Remember, the choice you make now will impact additional capital raises, so any equity instrument used now must be considered over the long term and how it fits into your future requirements.
In our practical, hands-on three-part Capital Raising Series by Scalare Founding Partner and fund-raising expert, James Walker, we help you:
navigate your funding preparedness (Capital Raising Guide Part 1),
identify which structure and type of capital is right for your business (Capital Raising Guide Part 2), and
share how to facilitate a successful raise.
In Part 2, available to download now, we help founders consider the types of capital available for their business, understand the impact on the Founder’s holding, recognise the advantages and disadvantages for existing and new shareholders, both now and in the future, and make a choice on the type and structure of capital for the long term success of your business.
Download Part 2 of our practical Capital Raising Series guide today.