How to sell a business or finance growth.
The FirePower way.

We exist so our clients can thrive in today’s complex business environment and achieve results.

We’ve done it through a tireless dedication to our clients’ aspirations and an innate desire to do right by them. Here are some of proudest success stories.

Printfleet

December 2017

FirePower was engaged to prepare PrintFleet for an exit to strategics, and guide the company through to closing. Four weeks before closing, the buyer with whom PrintFleet signed an LOI following a competitive auction, a Japanese Fortune 500 company, terminated the deal because of an internal reorganization. Far from giving up, FirePower re-ignited conversations with a Texas-based strategic who had done well in the auction, and closed without any major challenges at an attractive price, terms and conditions.

Last Call Analytics

June 2017

Last Call Analytics has developed a frontline sales analytics and visualization platform for the beverage and alcohol industry. FirePower invested Gap Debt as a way to bridge them to a Series-A financing.

Rhyno Equity Group

April 2017

Rhyno is a private equity firm that acquires mid-market manufacturing companies in the GTA. Rhyno's partners engaged FirePower to structure the debt component of a buy-out of a kitchen cabinet maker.

TFI

February 2017

TFI is the largest distributor of specialty food preparation equipment and training programs in Canada, supplying over 10,000 locations. FirePower's investment banking team advised management on financing the buy-out of existing shareholders.

CSR Cosmetic Solutions

January 2017

The owner of CSR had taken over the business out of bankruptcy. After successfully building it into one of the largest cosmetic contract manufacturers in North America, he was ready for a well-deserved retirement. A previous sale attempt (by a top-tier accounting firm) was unsuccessful in 2015.

Market Insights
From the archives: October 2018

Buyers' Perspectives in a Competitive M&A Market
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. It’s an age-old saying, but if you change a couple of words – the first and…

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