Brand Iron Introduces Capraisedeck.com

With a new website highlighting powerful presentation tools for raising capital, getting acquired or going public, Brand Iron exposes a lesser known sector of its business-backed brand strategy and services.

Over the years, Brand Iron has developed over 100 presentation decks that have helped companies raise over 2 billion dollars, allowed 20 companies get acquired and 6 to go public.

If anyone truly understands the impact and value of these results, it’s our clients. Stemming from their success, Brand Iron is proud to announce the introduction of Capraisedeck.com to its service platform. The new site highlights some lesser known but extremely valuable services that we provide our clients: Investor Raise Decks and Management & Analyst Presentations.

These powerful tools are perfect for startups, emerging companies who want to raise growth capital, alternative investment companies like Real Estate, Private Equity, Venture Capital, etc., or companies looking to get acquired or go public.

Our expertise with capital raise presentations all started when Brand Iron CEO Michael Doyle sold his first company:

“It was during the ‘dot com’ days, and I subsequently became the [company’s] National Brand Director. One of my main roles while running the dot com’s brand was to develop presentations for both Wall Street executives and analysts in support of the company’s IPO. I learned a lot about how to package your story, communicate both your key differentiators and value points, and highlight your organization’s key features and benefits.”

  
Telling your story in the right way is the key to success. Find out how we can help you Achieve your Anything with Brand Iron by visiting Capraisedeck.com and Brandiron.net or calling us @ 303-534-1901.

2017 is the Year for Renewed Business Optimism

With a new Administration in the White House, small businesses are brimming with confidence for the future.

For small businesses around the country, confidence and optimism for the future are soaring, as indicated this past December by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), America’s leading small business association.

The NFIB released an index derived from 619 small-business owners’ responses to a survey about plans, expectations, and trends for future business growth and opportunity. The index rose 7.4 points in December, representing the highest monthly gain since July of 1980.

This monumental increase indicates business owners’ overall expectations for better business conditions and their harboring of more upbeat views about the outlook for sales and the economy.

The share of business owners who say now is a good time to expand is three times the average of the current expansion, according to survey results. More companies also said they plan to increase investment and keep hiring, which reflects hopefulness surrounding the new Administration’s plans of spurring the economy.

The NFIB index and how small businesses are feeling about their economic futures are found in this chart:

Politics aside, businesses are excited about how the Donald Trump presidency will boost economy and the future of business in 2017. They are preparing for a breakout, ready to take risks and make investments. Here’s to a strong year for your business: creating jobs, supporting your favorite charity and generally putting more money in everyone’s pockets.