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Brad Sterl
Brad Sterl
CEO of Rustic Crust

"They took the time to really get to know our business, and offered a loan that fit our unique needs … it made sense."



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Advanced materials for the future
Nanocomp Technologies transforms carbon nanotubes into a versatile set of materials with applications across an enormous range of industries, from national defense, to aviation, to alternative energy generation. The company needed additional research as it grew.

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Rustic Crust

A growth opportunity
With its delicious all-natural pizza crusts in grocery stores around the country, Rustic Crust was on a fast-growth track and needed additional working capital and some new equipment to increase productivity.

Turning waste streams into revenue streams
Simple Life has turned waste streams into revenue streams by filtering and reprocessing used cutting fluid from manufacturers, then sells it back to them at a significantly lower price. Sseveral large companies wanted to become customers.


Blake’s All Natural Foods

All the right ingredients
When you’ve perfected the art of all-natural frozen comfort food, selling it is easy—except during hot summer days.

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Johnson Precision

Molding the future
The owner of CEPS Inc. knew the opportunity to acquire well-known competitor Johnson Precision was golden.

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Moonlight Meadery

Starting locally, Growing nationally
When Moonlight Meadery found a national distributor for its award-winning mead (wine made with honey), it needed an injection of capital to meet the anticipated demand.

Creating jobs through innovation
After new management shook up telephone headset manufacturer VXi with popular new products and a revamped corporate culture that rewarded innovation, the company needed growth capital.

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Acquisition opportunity
Bortech was nearly sold to a Seattle-based company before a local entrepreneur, Leo White, stepped in to buy it. White was committed to keeping the enterprise in N.H.


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Connecting the world
Single Digits installs and maintains guest/user internet access, such as those you use when staying at a hotel. The company was growing fast and needed capital to hire staff and obtain inventory.


Quality leads to success
Sterling Linen Services offers exceptional commercial laundry services to hotels and hospitals for decades. As its list of customers expanded, the company needed additional equipment and employees.

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Specialized machine shop
Diversified machine shop gets a new owner and expands its opportunities to a diverse array of industries.


Making the web work
Akumina decided to tackle a long-standing tech problem—making Microsoft SharePoint a tool with which companies could easily manage their Web sites.

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Medical device product innovators
Design Mentor needed financing that gave the company time to improve its business management skills and allowed it to keep pursuing its internal technology.

Leo White
Leo White, Bortech

“Flexible capital from VFG got me into the game, and the CEO peer group keeps me playing at my best.”
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