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Raising Capital – Line of Credit, 409a Valuation

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Raising Capital – Line of Credit, 409a Valuation

The Sauce Needs Moss (Cash)

There is a big issue looming: as the company wants to "scale up" to sell a million bottles a week someday (that's Bubbie's dream and motto on the bumper sticker of her Cadillac). The company needs cash. And a fair amount of it. Like maybe five or ten million bucks. Originally they received 90 day terms from vendors (The Sauce Company had 90 days in which to pay them for onions, bottles, garlic, etc.), the people selling them bottling facilities and onions and...

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