GREENWICH, Conn., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Southfield Capital, a premier lower middle market private equity firm, and Milrose Consultants (“Milrose” or the “Company”), a leading provider of building code compliance, fulfillment and consulting solutions, announced today a strategic partnership with Permit Advisors, a full-service permit expediting and consulting firm based in Beverly Hills, CA.
Founded by President Roy Hasson in 2008, Permit Advisors offers full-service permit project management solutions to clients across the country. Due to its efficient expediting, high success rate, and world-class team of project managers, Permit Advisors has developed strong relationships with clients in the corporate, retail, automotive, hospitality and healthcare sectors throughout the U.S.
Milrose Consultants and Permit Advisors will leverage each other’s capabilities and geographic reach to better serve clients by offering an expanded service portfolio across a national footprint.
Domenick Chieco, CEO of Milrose Consultants, commented, “The combined Milrose and Permit
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Speakeasy Co., the leading integrated DTC solution for beverage alcohol brands, today announced they have received a seed investment from Goat Rodeo Capital, a venture capital firm focused on early state investments in the Beverage Alcohol and Cannabis sectors, to help fuel the company’s continual growth within the wider Drinks Industry.
Speakeasy Co., a three-tier compliant e-commerce platform that enables beverage alcohol brands to now sell direct-to-consumer, currently has more than 140 craft brands on the platform, some of which include 10th Mountain, 21 Seeds, Azuñia Tequila, The Bardstown Bourbon Company, Corsair Distillery, Ilegal Mezcal and Westward Whiskey.
“We feel incredibly lucky to have partners such as Carlton and James at Goat Rodeo Capital investing in our business. We were seeking strategic investment from a partner who understands the space and can help support us beyond capital through ongoing counsel
President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi questioned each other’s mental faculties, showcasing increasing partisan tensions as Election Day looms.
“The president is, shall we say, in an altered state right now, so I don’t know how to answer for his behavior.,” Pelosi said in an interview on Bloomberg Television Thursday.
The Democratic leader also called Trump’s changing positions this week on whether to let his administration conduct talks on fiscal stimulus “strange.” Trump pulled his team from negotiations Tuesday, prompting Pelosi to suggest to colleagues that day that Trump’s thinking might have been affected by the steroids he’s taken to battle his Covid-19, Bloomberg has reported.
“The disassociation from reality would be funny if it
Over the last six months, the way in which consumers have purchased goods has changed tremendously. Many traditional retail establishments have closed their doors, encouraging shoppers to take their business online.
Just how much has online shopping increased in recent months? In the COVID-19 era, ecommerce levels are tracking above average holiday spending with $93.9 billion extra spent online since March, compared to projections from the beginning of the year. In conjunction with this significant increase, online shopping fraud has also spiked, resulting in a staggering $12.67M in losses since January, according to the FTC. These findings beg the question: How can consumers protect themselves against scams in an increasingly ecommerce world?
By building and investing in digital tools like Eno and Capital One Shopping, Capital One is creating a digital banking experience that provides customers with the tools and resources they need to have confidence
Marchex (NASDAQ: MCHX), a leading conversational analytics company that connects the voice of the customer to your business, announced today the results of joint and equal tender offer with Edenbrook Capital, LLC of up to 10 million shares of Marchex’s Class B common stock (the “ Shares ”) at $2.15 per share and conditioned on a minimum of 3 million shares being properly tendered (the “ Offer ”), which expired at 11:59 p.m., New York City time, on October 7, 2020.
Based on the count by Equiniti Trust Company, the depositary and paying agent for the Offer (the “ Depositary and Paying Agent ”), a total of 10,552,160 shares were properly tendered and not properly withdrawn at $2.15 per share, including 86,461 shares that were tendered through notices of guaranteed delivery.
Due to the tender offer being oversubscribed, Marchex and Edenbrook Capital will accept for payment
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CLEVELAND – October 8, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )
Berkeley Capital, a Cleveland-based private equity firm, today announced a new strategic partnership with Anchor Cleveland, a premier real estate broker specializing in net lease retail and net lease medical assets.
Seeking to provide international investors with an array of wealth preservation opportunities in real estate, the firms will collaborate in identifying and acquiring high-potential net lease assets. Anchor Cleveland brings its extensive relationships with national tenants and landlords throughout the Midwest to the partnership, while Berkeley Capital brings a broad network of capital sources.
“The addition of strategic partners is a key component of our continued success,” said Berkeley Capital Managing Director Michael Wager. “We will continue building our portfolio of U.S. and global alliances, as Adnan Zai and our Berkeley
An entrepreneurial spirit has been stirring in the capital region as the economic wreckage of the pandemic gives way to new small businesses and now a flea market in Hartford to showcase them.
Most weekends since early September vendors from around the region have lined a little-used parking lot at Market and Trumbull streets downtown that’s now the site of the Capital Flea Market. Organized by Evenlyn Black, a 26-year-old mother of two with her own small business, the market is giving sellers much-needed exposure and shoppers a rare opportunity to browse and mingle outside.
“It’s basically a community for us to be able to thrive together,” said Black, who started planning the market after she was furloughed from her reception job at Waterbury Hospital. “With the pandemic, it’s hard. How am I going to get to the points and places I know I want to be if I only
The seed funding round, one of the largest seed rounds in the Indian tech space, was led by Lightspeed Ventures India and Accel Partners India
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