If your business has a predictable revenue stream, you may be a good candidate for a revenue-based business loan. This type of loan is especially useful for SaaS businesses with subscription-based revenue models.
The advantages of loans for businesses include the ability to finance without dilution, but the disadvantages of loans can lead you to wish you’d investigated other options first. Find out how and when you could consider bank business loans, financing, and credit.
Non-amortizing loans are a great choice for SaaS companies who don’t want to dilute further through venture capital (VC) but also can’t -or don’t want to- obtain traditional bank loans. Find out the types and characteristics of non amortized loans and mortgages and how they could support your SaaS business.
Experience can help avoid common pitfalls and illuminate opportunities for how you can get ahead with your venture debt. Learn more about how startups are using venture debt for growth.
Many investors use the rule of 40 (r40) to benchmark whether a SaaS company is growing sustainably. This article explains why — along with tips for calculating the metric.
The LTV:CAC ratio is one of the most important SaaS startup metrics. Learn how this metric captures your startup’s efficiency story and why you need to prioritize this metric in your business.