There are many benefits to collaboration in the workplace, including improved work efficiency and faster innovation, all which lead to greater company achievements. Marc Sparks, President of Timber Creek Capital, LP, knew this when moving his private equity firm to a new office space.
Now the new office design provides startup companies and entrepreneurs with the opportunity to take advantage of an ideal collaborative setting while still profiting from Timber Creek Capital, LP’s proven, successful startup incubation. The new office space allows up to three different companies an all-encompassing, supportive incubation phase now in a quality work environment designed to encourage collaboration and success.
A successful entrepreneur himself, Marc Sparks understands the challenges a startup company faces launching a new business. His company, Timber Creek Capital, LP offers mentorship, capital, marketing, office space and more to those ready to turn their passions and dreams into sustainable, profitable businesses. Based in Dallas, TX, Timber Creek Capital, LP has over 35 years entrepreneurial experience to guide businesses to realize success.
In his book, They Cant Eat You, Marc Sparks chronicles his journey to go from an academically average high school student to serial, entrepreneurial triumphs. He also offers “Fifty Sparks” in his book as a resource anyone can use to begin to build their own successful venture.
There is also Marc Sparks’ work as a philanthropist. He is changing lives through his work with community projects and company sponsorships. In addition to the non-profit organizations, like Mommies in Need and Dogs Matter, receiving grants awarded through Spark Tank, Marc is currently involved in helping a number of social service nonprofits thrive and grow.
His work with the homeless shelter, The Samaritan Inn, helped bring the organization from one small, run-down house to a $3,000,000 a year organization servicing over 200 people a day. Marc Sparks’ own non-profit, Sparkey’s Kids, provides new, high-quality computers to children in financial need. He also dedicated to the family housing projects of Habitat for Humanity.