Who is Galton Voysey?

Our company’s vision is seek out and fuel exceptional
brands by removing liquidity induced issues for
inventory.

Inventory planning with low liquidity is difficult

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Existing Solutions Are Not Ideal

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Banks

Can give loans to finance inventory orders.

Problems: Need to show 3 years of business, audited financials, and / or personal guarantees, strict time-based repayment schedules.

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Venture Capital / Angel Investors

Can give an investment to finance inventory orders.

Problems: Equity, ownership and loss of control.

 

Our Solution: Agile Inventory Financing

We allow you to leverage your inventory order
5x, financing it at a 4:1 ratio at no risk.

You only pay when you sell the inventory. 

Galton Voysey only wins when you win

 
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We will buy 80% of your current inventory, at book value. Contribution margin of the current inventory is shared 50/50 when sold.


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We will then finance your next inventory order at a 4:1 ratio, again sharing the contribution margin 50/50.


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We are paid only when inventory is sold. 

You keep complete autonomy over the brand and its operations. 

Case example

Michael’s company sells outerwear at a contribution margin* of 30%.

His current inventory is worth $100,000.

While his business is doing well, he is ready to invest only $160,000 to an additional inventory order.

* sales revenue - paid media spend - cost of goods sold
sales revenue



Galton Voysey Fuels Founders 

Galton Voysey (GV) agrees to finance Michael’s inventory, at a 4:1 ratio.

Current Inventory: GV purchases 80% of Michael’s current inventory for $80,000

Next Inventory Order: GV leverages Michael’s principal cash of $160,000 at a 4:1 ratio, adding its own additional principal of $640,000.

Michael can now place an inventory order for $800,000 - 5x the size that he could have before. When the inventory is sold, Michael and GV receive their principals back and split the Contribution Margin 50 / 50.

With GV, Michael’s risk in equity is less than half while his earning potential grows by 58 %

Cash flow without Galton Voysey

Existing Inventory - Cash Now $ 0
Existing Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 100,000
Existing Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 150,000
New Inventory - Book Value Paid $ (160,000)
New Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 160,000
New Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 240,000
Cash at End for Michael $ 490,000
Total Cash Risked by Michael $ 260,000
 

Cash flow with Galton Voysey

Existing Inventory - Cash Now $ 80,000
Existing Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 20,000
Existing Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 75,000
New Inventory - Book Value Paid $ (160,000)
New Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 160,000
New Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 600,000
Cash at End for Michael $ 775,000
Total Cash Risked by Michael $ 100,000
 

If Michael manages to sell only half of his inventory, he profits 111% more with GV

50% sold with Galton Voysey

50% sold without Galton Voysey

Existing Inventory - Cash Now $ 0
Existing Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 50,000
Existing Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 75,000
New Inventory - Book Value Paid $ (160,000)
New Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 80,000
New Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 120,000
Cash at End for Michael $ 165,000
Total Cash Risked by Michael $ 260,000
 
Existing Inventory - Cash Now $ 80,000
Existing Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 10,000
Existing Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 37,500
New Inventory - Book Value Paid $ (160,000)
New Inventory - Book Value Earned $ 80,000
New Inventory - Contribution Profit $ 300,000
Cash at End for Michael $ 347,500
Total Cash Risked by Michael $ 100,000
 

The Road to Getting Your Next Order Financed

 

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Signed Contract

After going through the terms together Galton Voysey sends you a contract to sign.


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$10,000 Ad Credit Test

Galton Voysey will fully sponsor $10,000 in ad credit for a profitability test on Facebook. If, for whatever reason, the test fails, you will keep any revenue earned from the test, while Galton Voysey pays for the advertising. 



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Current Inventory

Once the brand passes the due diligence review, Galton Voysey will purchase 80% of your current inventory at book value. The contribution margin of the inventory will be split 50/50 as it is sold to customers.


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Leveraged inventory order


Galton Voysey finances your next inventory order with a 4-to-1 leverage and zero interest. 


We require your business to be legitimate and profitable to receive inventory financing

2.0+ ROAS

Your brand must return at least $2 in revenue for each $1 spent on paid media advertising, even with high ad spend

You own the IP

We require your brand to own full rights to its intellectual property

70% Gross Margin*

The brands we invest in must have high margins to ensure sufficient contribution profit

2-year shelf life

Your products must have a shelf life of at least two years

* sales revenue - cost of goods sold
sales revenue

 
 
 
 

Interested and match our requirements? 

Contact us at brandfinancing@galtonvoysey.com