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Gulp Data Secures $25 Million to Pioneer Data-Backed Lending

Gulp Data Secures $25 Million to Pioneer Data-Backed Lending

The Fintech startup enables companies to pledge a copy of their data assets as collateral to secure non-dilutive capital.

Gulp Data, the leader in data-backed loans, has closed on a $10 million credit facility with an option of up to $25 million to expand its lending capacity and help businesses leverage their data as a balance sheet asset to access capital.

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Gulp is on a mission to bring data-backed lending to the mainstream, solidifying data as a leverageable asset and helping companies of all sizes globally unlock the value in their datasets. Gulp has been pioneering Data as an Asset™ class since late 2021, partnering with a network of forward flow partners with the goal of lending more than $100M over the next year. With this new credit facility, the neo-lender can now offer non-dilutive funding directly from its own balance sheet.

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Founding partner Lauren Cascio said, “We’re thrilled to directly manage this capital and fully put into practice the expertise we’ve developed working with Data as Collateral™. Private credit has really contracted, particularly in commercial lending, and businesses simply don’t have as many options today as they did just two years ago. This credit facility is launching at a perfect time, and will make us more nimble in vetting borrowers and quickly deploying capital to businesses that embrace this new asset class.”

Gulp Data is the leading provider of data-backed loans, leveraging proprietary machine learning to perform rapid data valuations and offer non-dilutive loans using copies of the borrowers’ data as collateral. Aiming to offer a streamlined qualification process and end-to-end data security from onboarding to storage, Gulp Data bases loans on the estimated total value of the client’s dataset.

The company was founded in 2021 by an experienced group of technology founders and investors with a shared core belief in the value of data as a balance sheet asset.

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