Why Choose the IRA for your Capital Needs?
The IRA Network Associates and it’s principals have been involved with over $100 billion in debt, equity, M&A transactions, consulting and strategic affiliations.
IRA Network specializes in finding creative, affordable solutions for difficult financing situations which banks and traditional financial institutions can not handle. Some companies may need no more than one round of seed funding. Others will go through several rounds. There is no single right answer. How much and what type of funding you need depends on the kind of company you are, if you are just starting out or in an other stage of development.
At IRA, our goal is to get you to and through the funding process. This usually means that IRA will do a base line evaluation of you business to determine if you are at the point where you’ve developed a business model and business plan impressive enough for IRA to recommend you to private investors or other funding sources to help you raise capital to start or grow your company.
In the event that your documents are not up to investor standards, IRA can offer you the help and service projects including the varies form of the part interacting with the service providers and guidance that is needed, after which we proceed onto the funding process. It is important to note that, IRA Network represents you, the client, not the funding entity.
In such capacity, IRA Network will conduct a comprehensive Investment Resource Analysis to determine available funding sources, and the best comparative costs and terms and exit strategies available. More importantly, the IRA Network team will assist you to develop the financial structure you prefer to ensure that you have achieved not only the best possible deal, but one that will work for you.
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We will help you find the right fit by introducing your project or business, regardless of its stage of development, to the following types of funding sources:
- Equity Investment & Funding
- Angel / Private Investors
- Venture Capital Groups
- Investment Bankers
- Hedge Funds / Private Equity Investors
- Broker Dealers
- Commercial & Private Lending
- SBA Lending
- Hard Money Lenders
- Cash Flow Lending
- Accounts Receivable & Purchase Order Financing
- Equipment Sale – Leaseback
- And More