ROYALTY BASED FINANCE Need Capital to Grow Your Business?
Frustrated with Banks & Private Equity?
An Innovative New Source of Growth Capital

It's Challenging for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses to Obtain Growth Capital.

Choices Are Expensive/Cumbersome Debt, Or Private Equity.

Slide Business Friendly Free To Focus on Growth Capital Growing Your Company

ROYALTY BASED FINANCE – BUSINESS FRIENDLY FUNDING.

 

NON-DILUTIVE

NON-DILUTIVE

Retain Ownership and Control

FRIENDLY FUNDING

FRIENDLY FUNDING

No Restrictive Financial Covenants

PROTECT PRIVATE WEALTH

PROTECT PRIVATE WEALTH

No Personal Guarantees

CASH FLOW FRIENDLY

CASH FLOW FRIENDLY

Flexible Monthly Payments

Royalty Based Financed is Positioned Between Debt and Equity.

The Monthly Royalty Payment is Fixed at 1% - 5% of the Monthly Revenue.

Joel Sparber - Founder

Mr. Sparber, a UCLA graduate, is a senior sales executive with over 30 years of experience in information technology. He was in executive management with an equity position for three telecommunications start-up firms – SP Telcom, absorbed by CenturyLink, WilTel, acquired by MCI WorldCom, Vanion Telecom, acquired by an Internet service provider.

He successfully built the commercial sales and marketing organizations and implemented a solution selling process. He was an integral part of the management teams that raised millions of dollars in private equity.  His experience of operating emerging companies funded with private equity has given him insight and empathy.

Earlier in his career, he held executive sales positions with companies selling financial application software in the business enterprise market. Companies included Management Science America, CCH Computax and Computer Language Research. 

As a result, his focus with the firm is Royalty Based Finance – an innovative alternative to the traditional options of private equity and debt.   His responsibilities include research, working with business owners and investment banks, business development, project administration along with sales & marketing due diligence.  Mr. Sparber is based in California.

Kevin Loud – Senior Advisor

Kevin Loud – Senior Advisor

Mr. Loud is CFO for Lobaki, a start-up technology firm.  For the past 16 years he was a senior partner at Clear Growth Capital, an investment bank in Scottsdale, AZ. Prior to that he successfully co-founded 4 start-up firms (3 in telecommunications, and an investment bank) and has extensive experience in management, capital formation, M&A, and public markets having helped IPO an internet company in 1996.

He has held senior positions at Vanion, Internet Commerce & Communications, Qwest, WorldCom, Vyvx Telecom and has served on Boards with private investors as well as institutional investors.  

Mr. Loud holds a B.A. in Economics from UCLA’77 and an MBA from the Mason School of Business at William & Mary’79 graduating Beta Gamma Sigma. Mr. Loud is registered with FINRA (formerly NASD) and has a series 7, 63, and 79 securities license.

Chris Phillips – Senior Advisor

Chris Phillips – Senior Advisor

Mr. Phillips is a successful entrepreneur and veteran of the Internet and telecommunications industries.  He has 12+ years in ISP and CLEC operations and management.

He has leadership and executive level experience as Founder, CTO, and VP Operations. Chris is a unique individual that possesses both engineering level technical expertise in a wide range of telecom and IT technologies and has a proven track record in developing, launching, marketing and selling innovative enhanced products and services to enterprise, SMBs and vertical market segments.

Mr. Phillips is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a B.A. in Linguistics & Computer Science.

Royalty Based Finance Articles:

1.Proven Growth Plan in Place. Investors need to see a clearly defined, proven sales process in place that demonstrates how and when you will hit your aggressive revenue growth forecast, along with 2 years of solid historical financial documentation. Ideally, your revenue...
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Challenging to Obtain Growth Capital.Emerging companies with $3M – $50M in annual revenue find it challenging to obtain business friendly growth capital in the $1M – $5M range to expand their business. Most banks prefer to lend working capital, not pure growth capital. Ac...
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Suppose you have built a technology driven service company that has been in business for 5 years and is billing $12 million per year. Your business plan proves that you can triple the revenue in 5 years with $1 million dollars of growth capital. Growth can be organic, and...
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