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New startup Capital wants to reintroduce founders to venture debt

Why raise venture capital when you can raise debt and keep your equity?
Thats the question a whole slew of new financial technology companies are hoping entrepreneurs will ask themselves as they begin to think about collecting outside capital for their businesses. Clearbanc made waves with its 20-Minute Term Sheet campaign, with a goal of backing 2,000 businesses with $1 billion in non-dilutive capital by the end of 2019. Now, Capital is launching to educate founders about the possibility of debt funding.
Founded by former Draper Fisher Jurvetson (now known as Threshold Ventures) investor Blair Silverberg, Csaba Konkoly and Chris Olivares, Capital is launching today with $5 million from Future Ventures, Greycroft, Wavemaker and others. Additionally, its raised from prominent institutional pools of capital to invest between $5 million and $25 million in promising companies, determined using The Capital Machine.
New startup Capital wants to reintroduce founders to venture debt
Capital co-founder Blair Silverberg.
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