Two Reasons to Avoid Venture Capital

According to an INC article, businesses should avoid seeking venture capital when there are viable alternatives available.

While it can often play a vital role in developing more established enterprises, venture capital can be damaging and detrimental to smaller businesses looking to expand. Historically, businesses that avoid venture capital and seek more viable alternatives learn how to create leaner, more competitive companies that can become highly prosperous.

Keith Mabe is Vice President of Operations at Charter Capital, a leading invoice factoring company for small to mid-sized businesses. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Charter Capital provides accounts receivable financing and asset-based lending for major industries including freight and transportation, consulting firms, service providers, staffing firms, distributors and manufacturers, an oil and gas service companies.

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