An Introduction to Venture Debt with Donatella Callegaris, Flashpoint Venture Capital1 min read

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Donatella Callegaris is managing partner at Flashpoint Venture Capital. She joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show to talk about venture debt – a topic that many first-time SaaS founders are unfamiliar with.

Learn about:

  • What is venture debt?
  • When should a startup founder look at venture debt, compared with other types of fundraising?
  • When venture debt might be a good option for a startup founder – and when is it not the right fit?
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