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Don't miss our upcoming complimentary webinar on February 17, 2022, Raising Capital for Growth, presented in partnership with ButcherJoseph & Co.
Input prices are soaring, and the belief that these pain points are going to continue through 2022 is common. The reality is shaping up to be quite different from the popular perception. Together, we will examine the factors informing our outlook on input prices and supply constraints. This information will guide decision-makers to a reasoned profit estimate that is supported by price planning and cost management.
Most business owners, CEOs, and CFOs are familiar with traditional bank lending options for when borrowing capital is necessary for meeting strategic growth objectives, organically or via acquisition. Most of these executives have likely cultivated relationships with a handful of local banking institutions over the years. Though many lenders have increased leverage tolerance and borrower-friendly loan structures over the past 12 months, existing lending relationships are oftentimes not enough to accommodate complex financing situations for most companies.
During this webinar, we will provide owners, CEOs, and CFOs with an understanding of all the financing options available, including how to best leverage the private credit market, often referred to as "credit funds," to help business leaders navigate complex financing situations and meet their growth objectives.
Attendees will receive:
- Attendees will gain an understanding of pricing pressures in key commodities and in the economy overall.
- We will identify key indicators to watch in anticipation of more favorable conditions in the labor market.
- Attendees will gain better understanding of all the financing options available to meet their growth objectives.
- Business leaders will gain insights into how leveraging the private credit markets can offer flexibility that traditional bank lenders cannot.