Venture capital

Looking for VCs for CPG food company. Our product is sold in 2.3k locations but has sold out due to Covid19. Need capital to rush production ASAP.

Scott Cuppari Fractional CMO. Award winning marketer w/ 25 yrs experience @ Fortune 500 brands & ad agencies.

March 17th, 2020

Can anyone point me to a resource detailing the various VCs specializing in CPG?

Paul Garcia marketing exec & business advisor

March 18th, 2020

VCs are not an appropriate resource for your financial need.

Don't lump all outside money into the same category and label it wrong, if that's what you're doing using the term VC.

If you have orders, almost any bank will bridge you a loan to increase production. If not a bank, then flooring companies (loans to build inventory) are also out there.

Terms will be much more favorable and much faster than trying to persuade an INVESTOR instead of just getting a loan. Don't sell equity when you don't need to.

CASEY GOLDEN powering the experience economy #retailtech

March 17th, 2020

Happy to post on linkedin on your behalf or connect you to a couple working capital funds I am close with.

Ronald Merkliopas Cofounder & CEO @Reach2Convert.com

March 18th, 2020

Drop me a message, I might help you asap. I have the whole database with all U.S venture and investor firms, could send an email with your proposal.


Jean-Claude Noel CEO @Emergence Corp. Serial Entrperneur in Transportation, Finance and Tech

Last updated on March 19th, 2020

Feel free to call me Scott. I am at (305) 857-8723. Logos Capital LLC (Miami) Others respondents are correct who say that VC may not be appropriate but there is "new" category known as "venture debt" (neither venture capital nor plain vanilla debt), some relying entirely on technology for the funding decision which can be expeditious.