Growing technology companies have historically had limited options for debt financing, but following recent events, those options have not only further decreased, they’ve become significantly less favorable. The low-cost lender in the venture space, which had dominated a large portion of the market and maintained relationships with more than 50% of all venture-backed companies in the U.S., […]
PIUS will join the Practising Law Institute (PLI) for a webinar on leveraging intellectual property (IP) for insured technology financing. The webinar, titled, “Insured Technology Financing: Evolving Uses of Intellectual Property to Support Lending in High-Growth Industries,” will focus on how insured technology financing can help companies access growth capital, and how to identify situations
As we move into the new year, entrepreneurs face tough times ahead, as finance experts are increasingly reporting that the historically low interest rates we’ve seen over the past few years are on their way out. After all, the Federal Reserve has traditionally bumped up interest rates to ease strong economic growth or curb inflation, whereas
Nearly all growing technology companies reach a point where the business’s next phase becomes reliant on additional and substantial funding. For those without traditional venture capital backing, the options can be limited.
As we’re seeing an increasing number of individuals opting for entrepreneurship, we are also seeing increased demand for alternative sources of funding.