Business Leaders, Habitat for Humanity

Marc Sparks Provides Unique Service with Timber Creek Capital

Marc Sparks is an entrepreneur and business owner, he helps other entrepreneurs in developing their businesses and generating revenue. Starting from the ground up, Mr. Sparks begins the process by building a business model and then helping the fledgling companies secure the needed resources to be a success.

He recently redesigned and relocated his firm, Timber Creek Capital, LP, where he hosts up to three different fledgling entrepreneurial companies while introducing them to a productive and lucrative style of business. Focusing on creating a quality work environment that’s conducive to producing collaborative and high-quality work, Mr. Jacobs firmly believes that a positive and interactive environment can lead to an almost 25% increase in the possibility of success for entrepreneurs.

A successful businessman with over a dozen successful startups in his past, Mr. Sparks is now focused on offering his considerable experience in the field to other members of the business community. His personal experiences in the trials and tribulations of entrepreneurship led him to write his first book, “They Can’t Eat You” which outlines his journey in learning the realities of entrepreneurship.

After outlining and codifying his unique approach to business Mr. Sparks, started yet another business, Timber Creek Capital, LP. Timber Creek Capital, LP allows him to use his considerable experience and provide entrepreneurs assistance in launching a successful business.

Mr. Sparks takes on up to three companies at a time and mentors them through the process of creating a viable business model, all the while offering them access to resources like banking, marketing, capital, office space, etc.

By removing the some of the inherent risks of entrepreneurship, Mr. Sparks allows the emerging business a chance to solidify their vision, without having to sacrifice their ethos in the face of mundane realities. The Timber Creek system supports and nurtures the entrepreneurs, providing a solid and secure base for the new business to operate from.

Mark Sparks is also a philanthropist who works closely with Habitat for Humanity in building housing for families, running his non-profit, Sparky’s Kids and he has also been involved for over two decades with The Samaritan Inn a large homeless shelter in Texas.