Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) July 16, 2014
Deal Capital (http://www.dealcapital.com/) announces the launch of a new version of StartCapital.com, a site focused on providing start-up capital financing and direct business growth support for family-owned businesses and start-ups. The newest site launch includes specific portal data gathering and sharing tools for both investors and business founders and owners that provides a value-added method for growing nascent business and nascent ideas with knowledgeable and experienced management.
StartCapital.com has developed a very tailored appraoch toward sourcing, funding and consulting with various opportunities. “We take a very disciplined approach to filtering and ultimately financing various opportunities,” says Nate Nead Managing Director at Deal Capital. “It’s a much different monster than providing M&A resources,” he says. “There are more nuances and generalist investors rarely ever work. We like to play in spaces where we feel the most comfortable.”
Some areas where the company has tacit experience and a keen interest in making significant human and capital investments include enterprise software-as-a-service, medical devices and consumer-based products. The principals at Deal Capital have had direct experience in these markets and are looking for growth-centric companies that are a critical state in their business lifecycle.
The company’s new website design at StartCapital.com is meant to provide some clarity to visitors who may feel the need to self-filter when requesting more information. And, as always, continual tweaks will be needed. “Start Capital will continue to evolve into a site geared toward providing the right financing for companies in the right sectors and with the right resources to ensure the best probability of success with our assistance,” says Nead.
About Deal Capital
Deal Capital is a middle market mergers and acquisitions advisor with main offices in Seattle and Salt Lake City, but with partner offices around the globe. The company’s main operation typically involves businesses in the harvest stage that may be looking to create liquidity by selling a long-held business.