US Capital Global has provided or advised on over $1 billion in debt and equity financing for technology companies across the United States and abroad in the last 36 months.
More than anything, technology companies are associated with innovation and invention. Technology is an industry that generally comes with higher R&D overheads and that can require significant levels of capital expenditure. Structuring and securing the right business financing is therefore essential.
US Capital Global’s technology finance team understands the changing technology marketplace and the challenges owners and CFOs of technology companies face. The firm has deep experience in financing businesses across a wide range of technology sectors, such as enterprise and application software (including those leveraging blockchain and the Internet of Things), FinTech and MedTech, internet content and services, networking and communications technology, and electronics manufacturing and distribution.
“US Capital Global has a reputation for being an innovator in the technology financing space,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Global. “In the last 36 months, the firm has already provided or advised on over $1 billion in debt and equity financing for businesses serving the US technology industry. Our finance professionals understand the challenges and opportunities in the industry, and can design flexible solutions that fit the specific needs of your business.”
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