Welcome at Ventrue Business Capital LTD, your partner in any questions of finances.

 

Since we are experienced, based on a long business way behind every one of us, all together more than 100 years, we understand your needs. Because as a "new" company we meet simular problems like you do every day. But,... we have the resolution!

 

But lets get honest, of course our resolution is based on all our contacts we have made over the years. Respect and knowledge of our partners bring us to the point where we are now, to be able to offer our help as a business model.

 

If you have a start up or want to realize a project based on your future oriented vision, we are here to consult you and to intermediate with possible business angels, banks and other options of fincance.

 

Finding financing in any economic climate can be challenging, whether you're looking for start-up funds, capital to expand or money to hold on through the tough times. But given our current state of affairs, securing funds is as tough as ever. To help you find the money you need, we've compiled a guide on 10 financing techniques and what you should know when pursuing them. 

Start UP

There are numerous...

Vent. Capital

You can pitch your biz...

Pers. Savings

A common method...

Loans

A multitude of options...


Factoring

Factoring, sometimes...

Biz angels

Angel investors are...

Corp. invest

Similar to Angel...

C. Funding

There are various...


E.C. Funding

Equity crowdfunding...

grants

Grants are available...


Consider Factoring

 

Factoring is a finance method where a company sells its receivables at a discount to get cash up-front. It's often used by companies with poor credit or by businesses such as apparel manufacturers, which have to fill orders long before they get paid. However, it's an expensive way to raise funds. Companies selling receivables generally pay a fee that's a percentage of the total amount. If you pay a 2 percent fee to get funds 30 days in advance, it's equivalent to an annual interest rate of about 24 percent. For that reason, the business has gotten a bad reputation over the years. That said, the economic downturn has forced companies to look to alternative financing methods and companies like The Receivables Exchange are trying to make factoring more competitive. The exchange allows companies to offer their receivables to dozens of factoring companies at once, along with hedge funds, banks, and other finance companies. These lenders will bid on the invoices, which can be sold in a bundle or one at a time.