About the Book – Solving the Capital Equation
Solving the Capital Equation is unique. Lots of small business financing books write about bank financings and how to pursue it, and other fairly apparent finance sources. Solving the Capital Equation describes options in details. For example, in the book’s discussion of banks, it covers them all – from large central banks to regional to local to minority-owned – and when it makes more sense to choose one over the other. The book covers everything from factoring and equipment loans to going public via hedge funds.
Solving the Capital Equation’s real-life examples and easy-to-follow case studies take you through the process and provide step-by-step alternatives for financing your business. It provides actionable and practical advice for solving your financing issues and a roadmap through the potentially confusing process for securing capital for any company.
About the Author – Tiffany C. Wright
Tiffany C. Wright delivers creative solutions to the issues small and medium businesses face through her firm, Toca Family Business Services dba The Resourceful CEO. The Resourceful CEO provides financial and operational products and solutions including interim CEO, COO, and CFO services & strategic and financial advisory. Ms. Wright focuses on eliminating the frustrations business owners and executive management teams face when transitioning from one stage to another.
Ms. Wright is the author of Solving the Financial Equation: Financing Solutions for Small Businesses, available on Amazon. She has helped small and medium companies obtain over $33 million in financing and a similar sum in contracts and purchase orders. Ms. Wright has over 18 years of strategy, operations, finance and general management experience in a variety of industries including software/IT, business services and manufacturing.
Ms. Wright has served as the CFO, COO and CEO of several small businesses and has led business restructurings. She currently sits on the Board of a few small/medium businesses. In addition, Ms. Wright has worked internationally including nearly three years in Asia and has visited 33 countries on five continents. She has held several corporate positions at Siebel Systems, Enron, and Honda.
Ms. Wright obtained her MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. Wright has her B.S. from The Ohio State University. She is a Board member of Team Ivy Breakfast Networking, Inc. and North Carolina Arts in Action, Inc., a volunteer mentor, and a regular speaker at small business finance events. She brings a sense of humor to all that she does.