Category Archives: Blog

  1. When Will the COVID-19 Clouds Break? COVID-19 Insights Report

    By: Wesley Legg, Jack Houtz, and Scott David Like most of you, we at Founders are working to get our hands around how long the COVID-19 public health emergency might last.  This is an unprecedented event in the era of globalization; thus no one can know how it might play out.  That said we are…

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  2. Bank Debt and Middle Market Technology Firms

    By: John Hoesley & Josh Roberts Early- and mid-stage technology firms face trade-offs in raising equity. The need for growth capital vs. dilution. Money today vs. potentially higher valuations later. Self-governance vs. ceding some strategic and operational control. In the technology sector, change is the only constant – management teams and capital structures must be…

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  3. Kimberly Boackle Receives 10 Year Service Award

    If you have ever stepped into the Founders office, chances are you’ve heard a big, loud, Northeastern laugh coming from somewhere down our hall. For the past 10 years, our Controller and COM, Kimberly Boackle, has been at the forefront of countless projects that have helped shape our firm into what it is today –…

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  4. Founders SaaS Market Update

    We would like to share with you our Q4 2019 SaaS Market Newsletter. This update includes: ​​​​​​​Comments and insights from industry experts A recap of Founders’ 2019 Silicon Y’all SaaS & Internet Summit Valuation multiples and recent transaction data Benchmark operating statistics Follow the link to read the Newsletter – Industry Update Q4 2019. We’ll also be attending SaaStr this…

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  5. What We’re Reading About Industrial Technology

    By: Kendrick Vinar IoT Signals – MicrosoftIoT continues to grow in popularity on a global scale, with 85% of the 3,000+ business decision makers surveyed by Microsoft saying that they have at least one IoT project currently in use. Growth is showing no signs of slow down, with adoption projected to increase by 9% by…

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