Cascadia Capital serves more industries, covers more ground, and closes more deals. We make deals happen based on a powerful combination of expertise, industry experience, customized positioning, and a deep understanding of clients’ businesses and personal motivations.
Significant portion of sale proceeds given to charity, fulfilling founder’s philanthropic goals.
Competitive growth equity raise, completed successfully in under 3 months.
Successful exit for best-of-breed entrepreneur-owned business.
Challenging market entry and interest from international players.
Company shareholders seeking a full sale of the business. Strategic acquirer seeking to expand its business to the Northwest.
Cross-border sale of renewable energy company to strategic acquirer.
Targeted sales process to strategic buyers with operational synergies with the company.
Bootstrapped, founder-owned company looking for a partner to accelerate growth.
Strategic sale to a partner that could help continue the company’s growth trajectory.
Company sold to leading strategic acquirer.
Capital raised to improve technology platform and invest in sales and marketing functions.
Company receives a growth equity investment and liquidity for existing shareholders.
Strategic sale to leading brand consolidator.
Company receives investment from leading growth equity firm, TA Associates.
A win / win transaction for a leading Pacific northwest family business.
Aligning objectives for a family business among retiring shareholders, remaining shareholders and non-family management.
Strategic sale to two-stage distributor.
Sale of 100% of the company to a strategic counter party.
Consistent, long-term advisory efforts drove optimal results in this strategic combination.
Founder liquidity transaction closed in under five months.
Strategic sale to provide shareholder liquidity and growth capital.
Sale of 100% of the company completed with no seller roll-over.
Pacific Northwest. National. And Beyond.
“We talked to a number of advisors and Cascadia stood out because they understood our business, knew potential buyers, were excited about our message and had the eagerness to dig in. They ran an efficient process, which resulted in a great outcome for LeaveLogic, its employees and shareholders.”
“Cascadia took the time to understand our brand, legacy, customer relationships and the potential of our company. They carefully explained to my family the advantages and potential challenges closely-held businesses can experience in transactions like ours.”
“We relied on Cascadia heavily throughout the process to guide our strategy and to get us in front of the top growth equity firms in the country. I highly recommend them.”
“Cascadia designed a custom process that focused on finding us the right partner who valued our culture and mission, which in turn delivered a great outcome for all of our stakeholders.”
“Cascadia did an exceptional job positioning us in front of funds that align with our strategy and value. Their deep healthcare knowledge and relationships were key to receiving multiple offers and running a process that lasted less than three months.”
“Working with Cascadia was both rewarding and insightful. It was a pleasure watching the team expertly navigate a process that I personally was quite familiar with. The Automotive Aftermarket group was the best team of bankers I have worked with.”
“I’m grateful to Cascadia for their insightful counsel and thoroughness in selecting a buyer who valued our unique growth opportunity and was committed to maintaining the integrity of our brand.”
“Cascadia helped develop the confidence of myself and my management team regarding a transaction. They supported us at every point along the way.”
“Cascadia was outstanding at resolving complex issues throughout the entire acquisition process. They instilled confidence among all the parties with their creativity and professionalism.”
“Cascadia has an incredible mix of technology savvy, relentlessly practical advice, and nuanced delivery. Cascadia represented us far better than we could have ever done ourselves.”