Chapter 4

List of Lenders

The different kinds of loans for startup operators, and lenders who specializes in each

5 Sections • 2 min read

Section 4.1: Asset-Backed Lending

Asset-backed lending is ideal for startups that have substantial tangible assets. These assets are used as collateral for the loan, reducing the lender's risk. One notable lender in this space is Upper90.

Section 4.2: Pure Venture Debt

Pure venture debt is best suited for high-growth tech startups with a solid track record of revenue generation and investor backing. A top player in this space is TriplePoint Capital.

Section 4.3: Accounts Receivable Financing

Accounts receivable financing is an excellent option for startups with significant amounts due from clients. This type of loan uses the outstanding invoices as collateral. One of the leaders in this space is Capchase. They offer a fast, flexible, and easy-to-use platform for tech startups looking to leverage their unpaid invoices.

Section 4.4: Revenue-Based Financing

Revenue-based financing works well for startups with a high monthly recurring revenue. The loan repayment is tied to the startup's revenue, allowing for flexibility during slower business periods. A reputable lender offering this type of financing is Lighter Capital, which offers revenue-based financing exclusively to tech companies.

Section 4.5: All of the Above

Meow's Venture Debt Marketplace streamlines the venture debt process with our multiple venture debt partners. From one application, we pair your company with the lenders that fit your criteria, often yielding multiple introductions and a competitive process. Our in-house venture debt specialist will help you negotiate the best terms and guide you along every step of the process at no up-front cost.

By negotiating with multiple lenders simultaneously throw Meow's marketplace, you may be able to achieve the best terms possible.