Working capital is a financial metric which represents operating liquidity available to a business, organization or other entity, including governmental entity. Along with fixed assets such as plant and equipment, working capital is considered a part of operating capital.
Operations Capital is generally known as working capital concentrated to a business' capital needs necessary to producing it's product or service. For instance, a nutrition company has an order for 100 pallets of it's breakout protein bar. The orders are there just waiting to be filled but the cost to produce is almost too much of a good thing all at once. Operations Capital can bridge the cap between production and sales and allow a company to scale along with sales versus against them.
Irvine Capital Group can help with operations capital along-side an active role in management to help balance capacity constraints and lend it's experience in such areas. Irvine Capital has experience in a vast array of industries. From Technology to Manufacturing, Irvine Capital can be a valuable partner in growing your business and meeting or exceeding your goals for the future.
Irvine Capital Provides Operations Capital At The Most Critical Points Of A Growth Phase