As part of our livestream series for startup founders, join us TODAY, Wednesday, September 21st @ 11:00 am PDT to discuss Venture Debt.

Venture Capital has typically been structured as equity. But for high-growth early-stage companies, venture debt is increasingly being used to complement equity capital, sourced from a variety of banks and nonbank lenders.

There are some obvious advantages to debt vs equity — it’s non-dilutive and typically less expensive, especially at a time when VC valuations are under pressure. In the first few months of this year, Gopuff, Contentsquare, and Upside each raised >$100 million in debt financing. As 2022 progresses we’ll likely see more of these.

How should startup founders think about the right mix of debt and equity?

How is venture debt typically structured and what are the considerations?

Find out in the discussion with experts including:

👉Alidad Vakili, Of Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP
👉Lisa Conmy, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP
👉Peter Petitt, Managing Director, Aon
👉Bret Waters, CEO, 4thly A

Register here!