In this video short, RevUp Partner Melissa Withers answers six questions about how RevUp Capital invests:
- Why Did RevUp Switch from Equity Investing to Revenue Investing in 2015?
- What Kinds of Companies Does RevUp Invest Into?
- What Is Your Average Check Size?
- How Do Companies Return Investment?
- What Don't You Like About the RevUp Model?
- Why Has Your Term Sheet Changed So Much Over a Few Years?
Thanks to everyone who submitted a question back when we asked about a month ago. If you asked a question about how we invest and it didn't make the cut, drop a line to email@example.com and we'll try to get you the info you need!
More About RevUp Capital
RevUp Capital invests in B2B and B2C companies that are revenue-driven and ready to double down on growth. We deploy cash and capacity to help companies grow from $1-3M to $10-30M, quickly and efficiently, using a non-equity, revenue-based model. Companies enter our portfolio with $500K-$3M in revenue, a strong growth rate, and a team that’s ready to scale. Our typical investment range is $300K-$500K. We invest into a company's market-facing activity using a cash and capacity model. We pair our cash investment with 12-months of dedicated support from the RevUp Growth Platform: a powerful resource to build a data-driven growth engine, delivered by people who get the work done. Rather than take equity, companies return investment through a small percentage of revenue over time. More at www.revupfund.com