The Scale Series — Part V: Bigger isn’t always better

Part I of this series explored the capital conditions that got us to a place where many brands swung for the fences, while Part II and Part III investigated some of the successes and failures in this growth environment. Part IV proposed a new…


The Scale Series — Part I: How and why brands overscale

A person starts a business to grow it. The general goal is to earn some revenue, and then some more revenue, and then lots and lots of revenue, while being profitable along the way. The process of getting there is often called scaling the business,…


Are algorithms the future of factoring?

Capital is the lifeblood of a business. For companies that make physical things, such as fashion brands, accessing the right capital at the right time is crucial. Both direct to consumer and wholesale brands have to pay for products to be…