Debt Doesn’t Have to be a Four-Letter Word: The Venture Debt Alternative to Equity Financing (Part 3)

January 31, 2024

 

In the third episode of Position Imaging‘s Intelligent Logistics podcast on utilizing venture debt as an alternative to equity financing, listeners will learn how to choose private funding partners from Ned Hill, the CEO of Position Imaging, and David Bryne, Managing Director at Ghost Tree Partners. Host Daniel Litwin discusses these two men’s philosophies surrounding partnerships, how to identify different funding sources, and ways to make your business appealing to investors.

Listeners can expect to learn from today’s episode:

  • The importance of assessing risk and growth before taking on debt
  • Why building a strong team is critical to obtaining equity financing
  • How to navigate funding decisions

Did you miss the first episode? Consider listening to this insightful conversation here before engaging with today’s conclusion.

Position Imaging advice on equity financing may prove invaluable to those who are seeking a different route to obtaining capital for their business. The podcast may be about Position Imaging’s journey, however, it offers major lessons for entrepreneurs, investors, and stakeholders in the field of logistics.

 

Article Written By Shanice Bennerson-LaGon

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