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TIMIA Capital provides growth capital loans to growing recurring revenue technology companies. We use a proprietary tech-enabled lending platform to streamline our processes so you can quickly access the capital you need to meet your business objectives.
Our team has a diverse range of experience in tech financing and entrepreneurialism so you can rest assured we’ll keep the best interests of your business front-and-center.About us
Financing That Fits
Our revenue based facilities are tailored based on the specific metrics of each technology company we work with. Whether it’s an Amortized or Interest Only loan, we offer risk-adjusted pricing to reflect your company’s unique characteristics.
TIMIA Capital invests in recurring revenue technology companies across Canada and the U.S.
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Some of our impressive stats from over the years
- $83mLoan Facilities Written
- 35Portfolio companies since 2015
- 14Successful early exits
- 57%Average portfolio company revenue growth year over year
Recent Portfolio Investments
Take a quick glace at a few of our more recent portfolio investments. View full portfolio for more.
We’re nice to work with
Our team comprises a well-rounded blend of financial services experts and entrepreneurs. We know what it’s like to sit on your side of the table, which is why founders like to work with us.
Having previous fundraising experience, I was looking for an alternative to traditional venture funding. I wanted to keep all the equity in the company, if possible. Someone suggested I look into revenue-based financing and I came across TIMIA. I’m very happy that this is the direction we’ve chosen.
Finding flexible and non-dilutive financing solutions was our goal, and TIMIA provided the capital within a framework that worked for us and our team. We look forward to working with TIMIA going forward as a financial partner.
TIMIA’s investment is simply cheaper capital. There are equity firms who would happily give us more money right now. But because of the low valuation they would offer, the cost of capital would be enormous in the medium- to long-term.