The longer duration, lower cost of capital alternative to Novel Capital

You'll hate spending weeks on diligence then paying huge fees. Founderpath Offers:

YesNo VC required
YesNo repayment cap
YesNo 10% Growth Requirement (Covenant)
The longer duration, lower cost of capital alternative to Novel Capital

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Novel Capital Reviews

Joel Ohman

Joel Ohman

United States

Great Experience with Founderpath; Highly Recommend

We have used Founderpath as an ongoing source of non-dilutive growth capital for our fast-growing B2B SaaS company,, and have been very impressed with the ease of use, quick response times, and flexibility. Nathan and Kevin are great to work with and I look forward to partnering with them in the future. If you are a growing SaaS company that needs capital to fund future growth I would strongly recommend working with Founderpath.

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Why choose Founderpath over Novel Capital?

Use SaaS Financing Software that scales with you. See why SaaS founders are taking money from Founderpath and using our valuation and reporting tools to make it the #1 Novel Capital alternative.

Novel Capital
Interest Rate
As low as 16%
36 months
48 months
Growth Requirement
10% YoY
Minimum Revenue
Deals Done
$50m to 100 founders
$130m to 212 founders
Use of Funds
Bridge between equity rounds
We love bootstrappers
Built By SaaS Founders?
Revenue based finance with repayment cap
Term Loans, Factoring Agreements
Repayment Cap Fee
SaaS Company HQ
US Only
SaaS Valuation Calculator
CEO Retreats

Integrate with your favorite SaaS tools instantly

How it works

Founders Will Take $250m This Year. So far:


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Troy Noll

United States

No strings attached non-dilutive debt

We recently worked with Founderpath to draw down a loan with zero dilution. Nathan and the team at Founderpath where easy to work with and the process was extremely straightforward and we received the funds very quickly once agreed.

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