BOOST&Co offers revenue loans to technology companies based in the UK and Europe.
We offer loans of £500,000 to £2m to growing, innovative companies in specific technology sectors. Revenue loans are made to companies with an established business model and an existing revenue run rate of at least £750,000 a year. We make these loans from our own funds; our process lasts four to six weeks.
We only look at high gross margin and highly recurring revenue models for revenue loans, such as internet, software, mobile and hardware – nothing else.
We highlight some of the main features of our revenue loan solutions below. Click here for more information about revenue loan pricing, and here for information about the definition of terms used for revenue loans.
Contact us on 020 7651 4930 to discuss a revenue loan.
To apply for a revenue loan, submit information about your business here.
This enables us to understand your company and how it fits our investment criteria before a further call.
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Our revenue loans are tailored to each company. Revenue loans are designed for highly recurring revenue business models in technology only.
The main feature of a revenue loan is that monthly repayments are based on a percentage of monthly revenues – unlike other loans, where repayment schedules are fixed in advance.
Revenue loans are a type of loan available to technology start-ups with a highly recurring revenue business model, such as SaaS companies.
The loan size and repayments are based on a percentage of the monthly revenues of a company. This enabled companies to have a flexible repayment profile linked to cash actually received.
You can find more information here on what a revenue loan is and how it works.
The terms of revenue loans vary widely because they are tailored to each company and situation. Typically, the pricing of a revenue loan is set as a percentage of the amount lent, as well as an equity kicker.
Here is an overview of BOOST&Co’s typical revenue loan terms.
The best way to understand how your company could use a revenue loan is to look at the ways in which others have used them.
Find out more by reading a range of case studies on our blog.
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