PIUS announced the securing of $15.5 million in funding for Adomni, the leading global platform to plan and buy digital advertising on screens in the real world. This is the second round of financing for Adomni, secured and underwritten by PIUS, and based largely on its evaluation of Adomni’s intellectual property (IP).
A look back at the year in business. In 2023, PIUS secured $358 million in capital for its borrowers, up from $270 million in 2022.
PIUS appointed Julie Markoski to Director of Operations, where she will while oversee and improve processes across multiple departments, maximizing efficiency and quality of services.
When performing a technology assessment on a new technology, we take an in-depth look at the company’s intellectual property (IP) portfolio and consider how the IP relates to the company’s product offerings, business model, and the market and competitive landscape. The IP portfolio consists of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. A trademark is an identifying design
PIUS, a Gallagher Company that Enables Technology to Scale by Leveraging IP, Announces $60 Million Secured for Carbon Revolution
PIUS finances first international contract, opening path for more global technology companies CARY, N.C., June 26, 2023 – Insured technology financing pioneer, PIUS, a Gallagher company, announced the securing of $60 million in funding for Carbon Revolution, a Tier 1 OEM supplier and a leading global manufacturer of lightweight advanced technology carbon fiber wheels. The financing was secured and
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
In PIUS’ analysis of growth-stage technology companies, a surprisingly common thread we see is how frequently a pivot can drive success.
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
When evaluating a company’s intellectual property, we consider credit, technology, and other intangible value. These are five areas we typically consider when conducting a technology assessment.