We are committed to helping other entrepreneurs make the best decisions for long lasting success and not make some the same mistakes we made along our journey.
Growing a business and creating wealth for our families is the American Dream. This dream for 90% of entrepreneurs is BROKEN and we are here to fix it!
We are committed to helping entrepreneurs and their successful businesses see another way to GROWTH, CAPITAL and most importantly...LIQUIDITY. Why spend 15+ years building a business to find yourself right in the middle of the entrepreneur's dilemma:
- Cannot grow because you need capital and expertise
- Only way to get capital is to sign your life away with a personal guarantee or sell your hard earned equity and lose control of your business, and
- Once you grow the business value you have limited and unattractive options to liquidate your hard earned equity.
Our mission is to help entrepreneurs solve these problems and provide them with solutions to grow, gain access to capital and get liquidity for their business all without losing control of their business.
The Entrepreneurial Journey from start-up to success is very difficult. Inevitably as businesses go through the "Messy Middle" (Struggle Zones) they are faced with critical dilemmas.
We are here to help Entrepreneur's maximize their business potential, grow value of their equity and most importantly help them get liquidity for their equity without loosing control of their business, team, culture and passion!
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The journey is hard and inevitably leads to the dreaded “Entrepreneur's Dilemma”
Scaling your business takes resources. Entrepreneurs need to constantly re-invest to grow, or decide to run a lifestyle business.
Debt vs. Equity - pick your poison. Entrepreneurs either put their families at risk or sell valuable equity and control of the business.
How can Entrepreneurs liquidate equity without giving up control or becoming an employee of a larger competitor?