Defining Venture Debt
We offer £2 million to £8 million venture loans to growing, innovative companies. Venture debt is made for companies with an established business model and existing revenue run rate of at least £5 million. We make these loans from our own funds; our process lasts 4 to 6 weeks.
BOOST&Co has been providing venture debt solutions to innovative SMEs in UK and Europe for a dozen years. We understand innovation and entrepreneurship and we create financing solutions to help companies develop. Together as a team we have made more than 150 venture loans.
We highlight some of the main features of our Venture Debt solutions below. This link has more information about venture debt pricing, and this one has information about definition of terms used for Venture Debt.
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All of our loans are crafted for each situation, so they are all unique because they are tailored to each company.
Venture Loans are designed for high-tech and innovative companies seeking funding of £2 million to £8 million.
The durations of our loans are three to five years. Companies do not need to be profitable but need to have an established business model and a revenue run rate of at least £5 million.
Venture Debt or Venture Loans are loans available to technology startups which have an established business model and great growth prospects.
Venture Loans are made earlier in the life of a company than bank loans, and they are therefore more expensive due to the extra risk involved.
There’s more information here on what venture debt is and how it works.
Venture Loan terms vary widely because they are made uniquely for each situation and company.
The price of a Venture Loan depends on the development stage and cash burn. In all cases, Venture Loans have a fee, an interest rate and an equity kicker as pricing.
This page has details on typical Venture Debt terms from BOOST&Co.
The best way to understand how your company could use venture debt is to look at the way others have used it.
Our blog has a number of case studies to highlight these uses.
These case studies show the most common uses of venture debt: runway extension, working capital and M&A.