Marc Sparks is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Timber Creek Capital, LP. He is what he calls a serial entrepreneur, someone that has launched dozens of companies over the course of his professional career. Timber Creek Capital is a private equity firm where he invests in new businesses launched by other entrepreneurs. He helps them build their companies and once successful he sells off his shares in the company for a profit.
When building a business, as Marc Sparks explains, one needs to have a solid business model as well as the resources required in order to be successful. When an entrepreneur uses his services to build a business he puts them through an extensive incubation period during which the collaborate on improving the business model and launching the product or service they will be providing. He can host three different companies at a time in his offices at any given time. Learn more: http://www.fundacity.com/marc-sparks
The services that Marc Sparks offers to his clients seeking to start a company is comprehensive. He can provide needed capital, equipment, office space, graphic arts, web development, legal and accounting help, as well as other services like a full support staff. He is able to give these entrepreneurs everything they need to launch their company in a successful and thoughtful manner. He is also a great mentor and coach who can ably guide them through issues and experiences that he himself has faced many times over the years.
Explaining his business philosophies and how to become a successful entrepreneur, Marc Sparks wrote a book called, “They Can’t Eat You“. In this book, he provides some of his successes as well as some of his spectacular disasters.
As a successful businessman, Marc Sparks feels it is his responsibility to be socially philanthropic. He has supported charities both financially as well as volunteering his time over the years. He has helped Habitat for Humanity build homes in the Dallas, Texas area. He also launched his own nonprofit, Sparky’s Kids, and through this organization he provided 1,000 laptops to low-income children attending the American Can! Academy. He has been involved with a local homeless shelter in Dallas named The Samaritan Inn for almost 30 years. His leadership resulted in a renovation of the building this nonprofit uses which resulted in more families being helped.