The Source of Canadian Venture Capital for Business Expansion

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William Cate, a business finance consultant for the past twenty-five years, has found a venture capital group willing to make equity investments in Canadian operating companies seeking risk capital for business expansion.

The finance rule is that the odds are strongly against any private company finding venture capital anywhere in the world. However, Private Canadian Companies with revenues between US$2 million and US$15 million seeking expansion capital are an exception to this rule. If they can show at least a 15% ROI based upon an audit and their business plan reflects the investment criteria of the investment group, they can raise over 50% of the value of their company in risk capital. This can be as much as a US$8 million investment in the Canadian business.

In a Global Business Economy with increasing demands for risk capital, Canadian CFOs should carefully evaluate the potential benefits of securing financial support from this venture capital group. The basic offer is consistent with North American venture capital terms and should meet the funding needs for far more Canadian Companies than the venture capital group could possibly fund in any given year. The

[ offer is worth considering. If it’s a choice between a Canadian bank business loan with its resulting long-term debt or an equity investment by non-Canadian investors, the venture capital investment has fewer long-term risks for the Canadian Company.

Any Canadian Company can submit its 300-500 word Executive Summary through the website link without charge. The Venture Capital Group doesn’t require that the Applicant Company pay any fees. If your Canadian Company needs risk capital visit:


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