When it comes to starting up a business, few do it better than Marc Sparks. The Dallas-based entrepreneur as been associated with over 30 companies over his business career and still has a major role in several of them to this day.
Sparks, who once authored a book titled “They Can’t Eat You“, is perhaps best known for being the manager of Timber Creek Capital, private equity boutique firm that specializes in business and investment support for individuals and start-up companies. The company first began in 2007, but remains active in the business field.
Timber Creek Capital LP can has Dallas-based offices which can host up to three different companies during the start-up incubation period. It provides a natural work environmental and relaxed setting for new firms to lay the groundwork of their new business venture.
It also is the type of work environment which Sparks visions and often champions. He believes a good work environment is often crucial to the success of a company and many new companies too often make the mistake of cutting corners when establishing home office space. When done right, the office can maximize work efficiency and collaboration among colleagues.
Sparks has overseen the creation and start-up of many different companies. His book outlines has many successes, but also his failures and his journey in trying to develop a workable plan in today’s evolving world of entrepreneurship.
Timber Creek Capital is a company he has founded and still owns. Under Sparks, Timber Creek Capital has engaged in the creation of businesses in a wide array of fields ranging from mobile wireless services to hospital management services and even truck hauling service companies. Such companies as Blue Jay Wireless LLC and Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals are currently affiliated with Timber Creek Capital. Learn more: http://timbercreekcapital.com/
Sparks helps businesses in such ways as funding grant money their way. He also supports various causes in his philanthropy, particularly causes for children, and dabbles in various of interests such as wine tasting. Learn more: http://www.marcsparks.com/