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2022: PIUS’ Year in Review

As we say goodbye to 2022 and welcome the new year with all it has to offer, I look back with gratitude for yet another year of record growth.

PIUS acquired by Gallagher

A note from PIUS’ CEO Joe Agiato I am thrilled to share that PIUS, the innovator in intellectual property financing, has been acquired by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., a leading global insurance brokerage, risk management and consulting services firm. As a Gallagher company, PIUS will have access to significant additional resources, allowing us to scale at a greater pace.  …

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5 Things to Consider in a Technology Bubble

Many technologies undergoing rapid development can be considered “cutting-edge” technologies, meaning they are either the most advanced in a particular field, or they are pushing the boundaries of knowledge and information. Sometimes, the excitement and fervor over cutting-edge technologies can cause technology bubbles, which refers to the distinct and unsustainable market rise due to increased speculation in …

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The Rise in Demand for Debt Financing

Venture capital’s down market has made it more challenging for startups and growing tech companies to access capital through VCs, causing a rise in companies seeking non-dilutive debt capital. 

Q2 2022: PIUS’ Quarterly Recap

PIUS had a record year in 2021, and we have hit several new benchmarks in the second quarter of 2022 – and our well on our way to surpassing 2021’s record.

When Should a Growing Technology Company Seek Debt Financing?

In many growth-stage technology companies, the question about when to raise equity or seek debt financing can raise many questions and considerations. It’s important to make the distinction that, generally, debt is not a substitute for equity, but rather they can be very complimentary.  Debt also comes in many forms and for different purposes. Typically, when …

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