The Company: Southeast based consumer credit and identity solutions software-as-a-service provider, majority owned by founder & CEO Ed Margolin. Visit Fraud Protection Network’s website to learn more. The Financing Situation: The Company had previously financed its growth with a combination of equity and convertible notes. With new product rollouts and strategic partnerships in 2020 creating accelerated growth, the Company...
The Company: Privately owned wholesaler of licensed toys, collectibles, and housewares. Revenue: $22mm | EBITDA: $2.8mm The Financing Situation: The Company needed additional working capital to purchase inventory in advance of the holiday busy season. The Company has a flexible asset-based credit facility from FSW Funding (“FSW”), however, given the seasonality of revenue, the Company’s current accounts receivable balance did not provide...
The Company: Family office backed designer, marketer and manufacturer of specialty dancewear. Revenue: $18mm | EBITDA: $2.4mm The Financing Situation: The Company had recently established an inventory based credit facility with Crossroads Financial to fund general working capital needs and was in need of additional liquidity during its low season (April to October) for inventory purchases and general operating expenses. Given the recent...
The Company: Privately owned manufacturer of premium artisanal Greek yogurt, handmade from a proprietary family recipe. Financial Profile: Revenue: $21MM | EBITDA: $2MM The Financing Situation: The Company had engaged a middle market investment bank to secure a large round of growth equity capital. During this process, the Company required additional working capital to help complete the opening of a new manufacturing facility that would...
The Company: A sponsor-backed company that formulates and distributes impression fragrances. The Financing Situation: The Company recently transitioned from a commercial bank lender to an asset based lender, Bibby Financial Services. The Company required a seasonal-over-advance to build inventory and maintain vendor relationships in order to fulfill anticipated sales order growth for the holiday season. The Solution: Super G was able...
The Acquirer: Simply Color Lab, one of the nation’s top professional photography printers. The Target: ShootQ, a SaaS company that provides a complete studio management system made especially for photographers. ShootQ’s virtual management software assists its professional photography users in all facets of the sales process from tracking prospective clients, contract and payment management, to client product delivery, and much more. The...
The Company: A private equity backed candle manufacturer in the Southwest with distribution throughout the United States and Canada. They offer a variety of candle types, fragrances, and accessories. The Financing Situation: Due to growth the Company had a larger than usual seasonal need during its low working capital cycle in the summer. The Company’s bank could not increase availability fast enough for production going into the fall...