Business Capital Raise

Growing small and medium-size self-funded or limited debt load businesses reach an inflection point in which growth is on the immediate horizon but it requires equity and sometimes even strategic debt decisions. Many ready to grow businesses are successful but their current business model will not succeed at scale and therefore will not garner the requisite amount of investor interest. Venture Lynk analyzes a client’s current business model and recommends the needed modifications or additions to the business model that makes the client more attractive to equity investors.

Some self-funded entities do not want to take on equity partners and prefer the lesser attachment of a debt partner. Venture Lynk works with asset-based and operational capital lenders that prefer $5M to $25M in annual sales candidates for debt transactions. Possible debt instruments include term loans, revolving lines of credit, factoring, and asset-based loans.
  • Consumer retail sales
  • Consumer lending
  • Consumer goods Manufacturing
  • Business Process Outsourcing

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Selected Recent Transactions

StarWorld Inc, Consumer Retailer in Huntington Park, CA

StarWorld Inc, Consumer Retailer in Huntington Park, CA

  • Self-funded for five years but not ready for an equity partner
  • Secured $2M term loan and $15m RLOC

Customer Testimonials

"Brent Stokes and his team at Venture Lynk helped us get a $2 million loan for operating capital and a $16.5 million dollar business line of credit to fund our accounts receivables.  Venture Lynk helped get our financial reporting and corporate books in order prior to presenting us to potential lenders.  We are vey thankful for their knowledge and help."
Jerry Azarkman, Founder and President, Star World Inc.

Lead Expert

Brent Stokes
Brent Stokes
President & CEO

Brent Stokes began his career in financial services with Prudential Financial back in 1991 and then moved over to residential and commercial mortgage banking from 1996 to 2008 working at financial institutions such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase. After the mortgage meltdown, Brent joined MMREM Capital to conduct asset management and portfolio risk management on contracts with HUD, Fannie Mae, FDA, and Bank of America.  He has served as the Managing Director of a real estate data start-up in 2012 and then founded Venture Lynk Capital and Advisory in 2015. His vision for Venture Lynk is to leverage his and the teams’ experience, skill sets, and tenacity to create meaningful and valuable client relationships that lead to profitable and goal positive transactions.

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