Ajax Venture Group provides start-up capital to Contemporary Fusion Reviews

Ajax Venture Group provides start-up capital to Contemporary Fusion Reviews

Ajax Venture Group has announced support for a local Olympia music web-based magazine, Contemporary Fusion Reviews. Ajax is providing start-up capital, technical advice and business support for the launch of this exciting new publication.

The new layout, format and concepts for the website will help to drive traffic to music promoter and player websites all around the globe, by using the latest and most advanced toolsets for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Various plans are offered that allow artists to get both expedited and expanded reviews of their material for a reasonable contribution to the magazine… Dick Metcalf, publisher and editor, said “This is a win-win for all who choose to use our services; our comprehensive and insightful reviews have been helping artists for over 20 years now.”
These new services for musicians were developed with the help and encouragement of several key promoters in the music business around the country and Canada; artists were already contributing significantly to a sister publication, but they were getting little in return for their contributions… Contemporary Fusion Reviews offers them a means to contribute and get wide distribution and awareness of their creations. The website will also publish banner ads that help drive traffic to an artist’s website and draw attention to their creations.

To get detailed information on the offerings for artists and promoters, and how to sign up with CFR, please visit the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page and the Advertise With Us page.

Small business funding 101 with Ajax Venture Group

Small business funding 101 with Ajax Venture Group

SO! You’re an entrepreneur with a new product or service that is better than all the rest, right?  You’ve already been through the design phase, run the tests on your prototype and you know beyond the shadow of a doubt that people will want what you’ve got.  The only hurdle you’ve got left to jump over is the FUNDING; you and two or three others worked on the design and testing, and you have pooled your funds to get started, but that well is running dry, because it took a bit longer (and more $) than you thought to do the design work and get the prototype verified.  You still need a couple hundred thousand dollars (or more) to do your startup and begin making your first million, so you’re thinking about doing a pitch to a VC (Venture Capital) firm in your local area, but you’re not exactly sure what they will want to know in order to get you started.  Here are a few of the things they will be looking for and asking you about…

Business Plan

Most VC’s won’t even consider investing in your idea(s) unless you can very clearly outline what your plans are for the business; they will want the plan to address (at least) the following:

  • Description of your company and the product
  • Description of your target market and its size
  • Resumes of your management team
  • Reviews of your business environment and the competition
  • A detailed financial projection



It doesn’t matter if you only have two or three people, what the VC will be looking for is your team’s ability to collaborate on ideas!  You can have the best product or service on the market, but with no backing or resources your business plan could become stagnant. Is your team dedicated to making sure that they are offering value to the customer?  Will they go to any length to ensure repeat business?  Are they honest in their dealings with the public?


The VC will be looking to make sure your product or service is something your customers will be unable to live without, can’t get anywhere else, or can deliver a product experience unlike another. 


Explain, very clearly, how big the market you’re in is, and how well you know your ability to position your company to attract new and repeat customers that will beat out your competitors.  What problems does your product/service solve?  Why is this a problem that you & your team can solve (better than “the other company”)?  How big is the opportunity?


The larger your market is, and the easier it is to reproduce or duplicate your product/service, the quicker your company will begin to generate revenue.  The shorter the cycle for generating revenue, the more the VC will be willing to invest in your idea!

If you’re local to the Olympia/Thurston County area, and believe you have all these points covered, you may want to setup an appointment with Ajax Venture Group

Ajax Venture Group will offer start-up funding and assistance, for a new business in Olympia – Oly Wraps.

Ajax Venture Group will offer start-up funding and assistance, for a new business in Olympia – Oly Wraps.

Ajax Venture Group (AVG) owner Andrew Metcalf announced today that AVG will offer start-up funding and assistance, for a new business in Olympia, called Oly Wraps. Metcalf indicated that he is proud to be associated with the talented group of Master Craftsmen in Oly Wraps, and that the new company fits right in with the type(s) of companies AVG likes to assist… they operate quickly, efficiently and their products have been proven to be less harmful to the environment than other technologies used for automobiles For those not familiar with vehicle wrapping, it offers several distinct advantages over more traditional methods –

1. Can be done much more quickly than a traditional paint job

2. Allows you to “pick and choose” the colors and layout for your vehicle

3. Can be easily replaced, preserving the original paint job for future sales

4. Solar Gard Films can also help reduce the risk of skin cancer and is endorsed by the Skin Cancer Foundation

Andrew also said “Their wraps are second to none and deliver the kind of quality you need and demand. I have used their services myself, and was highly impressed with their attention to detail and dedication to giving the customer a product they will be pleased with, often for years to come”.

As you will see if you visit their site, AVG is Lacey, Washington’s first true start up incubator. They are not your average VC, and closely examine the businesses they are going to invest in to ensure that customers are offered true value for the products they are offered, and that employees are both dedicated and professional. Visit Oly Wraps today – www.olywrap.com