Marc Sparks Is A Venture Capitalist Funded By Faith

Some people have been gifted with an inherent ability to make great business decisions using an instinct that is able to determine if a venture will be successful in the long run. Marc Sparks is one of those blessed individuals who has been the principle in dozens of leading startups from his home base in Dallas, TX. He has many great testimonies, and always gives the credit to God for giving him the ability to make responsible decisions that pay off in the field entrepreneurship and venture capitalism.

 

Timber Creek Capital is the name of Marc Sparks private equity firm which he leverages to make these investments into a myriad of companies and startups that other people might pass on due to a disbelief in the ability of the concept to come to life. That is where his instinct differs from most of the others who might not give such things a chance, and it is a difference that has paid off and continues to even now.

 

Timber Creek provides a host of various different avenues of assistance to the entrepreneurs who want to see their dreams become a reality with the guidance of Marc Sparks. Everything from investment capital, office space, equipment and so much more has been offered for over 37 years now, and all of this has brought to fruition such visions as Bluejay Wireless, HaulFox, GlobalTech Solutions LLP and many more. Altogether these company make up a portfolio that shows that Marc Sparks is a man who can get things done in that arena.

 

He has also written a success book titled They Can’t Eat You which details both his successful ventures as well as the ones which did not meet with such lofty expectations. There are many entrepreneurs who cannot handle the losses and failures, but the field of venture capitalism is wrought with both, and it takes a humble and resilient leader to be able to rise from the rubble of the failures. One can then integrate the lessons learned into future decisions, and that is what sets Marc Sparks apart from the competition.

 

Anyone that is looking for a venture capitalist to sponsor their vision will not only benefit from the outlaying of money, but also they get the wisdom and experience of Marc and his staff to go along with that check. With that it seems like anything is possible, even if the concept needs to be tweaked a little bit in order to be able to hold its own in the various rough and competitive markets which Marc has been able to profit in. Anyone looking for funding should submit the form on his website in order to get their idea before this man of faith and winning.