Securing Growth Capital for Your Small or Medium-Sized Business in 2015

Many business owners are readying themselves for a year of significant growth. Find out how to secure the expansive financing you need to implement your growth plans this year.

Business Owners Anticipate Growth in 2015

CEOs are feeling increasingly optimistic about the outlook of their businesses. According to the 2015 Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Report, 67% of privatelyheld businesses surveyed believe growth opportunities will increase over the next 12 months, with more than half (57%) planning to hire additional workers. For many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), however, securing sufficient capital to support growth remains an ongoing challenge.

Sourcing Growth Capital for Your Company

Nearly 89% of business owners report having the enthusiasm to execute growth strategies, yet just 52% report having the necessary financial resources to successfully execute growth strategies.

Many loan applicants seeking additional working capital or growth capital are thriving enterprises that for one reason or other fall outside the standard parameters for traditional bank financing. Often, they approach the wrong type of lender or fail to present their application in the best way from a lender’s perspective. Some SMBs choose not to raise financing simply because they believe they will be rejected, because of a lack of expertise, or because of a shortage of time.

How US Capital Partners Can Help

US Capital Partners Inc. is at the cutting-edge of SMB financing. The firm has a proven and well-developed capability for providing growth capital for smaller enterprises. The firm offers both debt financing and equity financing, always intelligently structured to meet the particular needs of its clients.

Last quarter, for instance, US Capital Partners provided $3.25 million in growth capital to Capriati Construction Corp., a leading general contractor in the construction industry, to fund the expansion of its services to additional Midwestern and Western States. US Capital Partners also provided a scalable $1 million facility backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration for an expanding Florida-based Jersey Mike’s Subs franchisee, and a $1.5 million term loan to World of Beer, to support the ongoing growth of its chain of beer taverns.

US Capital Partners examines transactions on a case-by-case basis. Its financing technicians have years of experience, allowing them to structure custom finance solutions for SMBs quickly and efficiently. 

Jeffrey Sweeney