Early-Stage Debt Financing: Stakeholder Perspectives
With relatively abundant availability of private financing, many companies today are choosing to remain private. And in recent years, privately held start-ups and growth stage companies seeking financing have increasingly looked to venture debt and other early-stage debt structures as extensions of their equity investments...
By Capital Advisors Group, Inc.
Using Corporate Performance Management to Maximize Investments of Tax Windfalls
Enactment of the 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has created a rare situation for many U.S. businesses. It’s time to decide how to use a significant amount of cash savings from lower corporate tax rates and repatriation of profits held overseas. An enviable position, to be sure, but it will demand a rigorous assessment of investment options and their business impact...
By CohnReznick LLP
Going Lean: Why Outsourcing is Increasingly the Answer for Your Operational and Strategic Finance Needs
Outsourcing both operational and strategic roles can provide a flexible and cost-efficient means to access deep domain
experience across the full breadth of a finance organization – from controller to CFO. Companies from early stage to publicly owned now turn to highly skilled finance teams for solutions...
By Danforth Advisors
Why Space Matters to General Catalyst
Since 2000, venture capital firm General Catalyst has helped founders build extraordinary companies, including Airbnb, Gusto, HubSpot, KAYAK, Snap, Stripe, Warby Parker, and others. With General Catalyst’s expansion from Cambridge to Palo Alto, San Francisco, and NYC, T3 continues to help the firm and many of its portfolio companies solve their real estate...
By T3 Advisors
Commercialization: Timing the Talent Ramp
Launching a new drug is a pinnacle moment for any pharmaceutical company. In the US, it takes an average of 12 years and $800 million dollars for a drug to make it into the hands of patients, so the importance of getting the launch right cannot be overstated, especially because organizations only have one shot to make a lasting impression...
By Bowdoin Group