How to Launch Your Startup With Revenue-Based Financing
Yes, revenue-based financing can be used to finance startups. In fact it’s been used for many decades by sophisticated entrepreneurs and investors. The thing is that a lot of noobs are only now discovering it and acting like it’s something new. It’s not. Far from it. An instrument such as a Revenue Royalty Certificate (RRC) can be used to close foot-dragging investors who are stymied by unexpressed concerns over exits and valuations. The RRC does so by making these deal-killers irrelevant.
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