Liquidity Capital, providers of unlimited unsecured, non-recourse, no dilution growth capital, has announced their $4.4 million financing agreement with AllSeated, the global leader in event visualisation technology that is disrupting the events industry.
AllSeated plans to use the capital to continue its hypergrowth throughout North America, Europe and further transform the event-planning industry.
The investment helps Liquidity Capital to diversify its already large portfolio of SaaS providers throughout the cloud, ecommerce and retailtech sectors.
Liquidity Capital offers tech startups a one-of-a-kind funding alternative, enabling them to double down on their hyper-growth without giving up equity.
Its revenue-based financing model allows them to work with startups side-by-side, taking on all financial risk. Liquidity Capital funds SaaS providers that demonstrate over $3M in ARR and 30% year-over- year growth, with an average ticket size of $10M-$30M.
“We are very excited to be investing in AllSeated as they continue to demonstrate hypergrowth” said Liquidity Capital Co-Founder and CEO, Ron Daniel.
“Adding the world’s most innovative event planning platform to our list of investments deeply strengthens our portfolio. They are the market leader in their space, powering one out of every 10 events happening in the United States.”
“Working with Liquidity was the obvious choice for Allseated after comparing their terms for financing further growth to the other options in the marketplace,” said AllSeated CEO and Founder Yaron Lipchitz.
“The underwriting process really works quickly, and it was clear that they really understood our company. I would recommend them to any high growth company. We also need to thank Value Base for acting as our financial advisor in this transaction and for their great work getting this to the finish line”
Founded by serial entrepreneurs and with offices in New York, Miami and Tel Aviv, Liquidity Capital is backed by Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services and is part of Meitav Dash Ltd., the leading Israeli institutional investment house.
Liquidity Capital has already committed over $200M of growth capital in 2019 and plans to fund over $500M in the US market for 2020.