Cascadia Capital has the experience to offer industry breadth while maintaining sector depth. We are industry experts that simplify complex issues.
With four professionals dedicated to the Automotive Aftermarket industry, Cascadia Capital has built a leading industry practice that includes over 40 years of combined experience. Our group works with numerous owners of aftermarket businesses of which many are members of SEMA (Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association), an association for the $31 billion Automotive Aftermarket industry with some 6,800 member companies.
Recent notable transactions include representing the sale of three long time SEMA member companies that are fixtures within the industry. These transactions include the sale of Pilot Automotive, a leading distributor of aftermarket accessories, parts and electronics, to Narrow Gauge Capital; the sale of Bully Dog Technologies to SCT, a marquee transaction in the aftermarket tuning software industry; and the sale of Rosen Electronics, a pioneer manufacturer of rear seat entertainment systems, to Audax Private Equity.
Sale of 100% of the company completed with no seller roll-over.
We have seven professionals at the firm involved in various aspects of our Business Services coverage. Our main focus and expertise within the sector is technology-enabled services models. We leverage the firm’s experience in positioning services companies for optimal value by demonstrating operating leverage, above-average industry margins, and competitive differentiation from more traditional commodity service providers.
Cascadia’s track record spans a range of M&A sell side, buy side and equity private placement mandates, leveraging our range of private equity investor and strategic buyer relationships in the various segments covered.
Notable transactions include the sale of Span Alaska Transportation to private equity firm Evergreen Pacific, the sale of AdReady to strategic buyer CPXi, the sale of Extended Results to strategic buyer Tibco, the buy side advisory work to assist AllOver Media in the acquisition of a competitor Intran, and the equity private placement for Xenon Arc.
Founder liquidity transaction closed in under five months.
We have five professionals with 50 years of collective consumer investment banking experience that have completed 25 transactions since the beginning of 2010 valued at over $750 million in enterprise value, including seven capital markets transactions and 18 M&A advisory assignments.
Notable clients include Allied Trade Group (ecommerce), Chasing Fireflies (catalog retail), ChuckIT! (pet products), Dave’s Killer Bread (food), I and Love and You (pet food), KLIM (consumer products), Rudy’s (consumer services), Supper Supplements (retail) and Zuke’s (pet treats).
Cascadia’s Debt Group leverages the platform of a leading middle-market investment bank with decades of experience raising debt and equity capital, to provide clients with competitive debt solutions in a variety of situations. Our group has a track record of helping companies with a range of capital needs and at any stage of evolution. With deep relationships with over 350 bank and non-bank debt sources across the country, we offer the full range of debt products.
Notable recent transactions include the debt financing of SCI Solutions resulting in the acquisition of Clarity Health and the refinancing of Bensussen & Deutsch & Associates.
We have Managing Directors with multiple decades of experience focused on this sector. This group pioneered energy technology investment banking and was at the forefront of the convergence, in earnest, of information technology into energy back in 2005. This team has completed dozens of transactions for clients and institutions across the globe over recent years and has built one of the most reputable practices focused on Energy & Applied Technology.
Notable clients include Nuventix (Applied Technology); Water Tectonics (Applied Technology); Relion (Energy); World CNG (Energy); FRX Polymers (Applied Technology); Ecova (Applied Technology); Plasco Energy (Energy); Prometheus Energy (Energy).
Sale of 100% of the company to a strategic counter party.
We have four professionals with over 80 years of investment banking and operating experience in Food & Agribusiness. Our target focus is on upstream companies in the industry, including the ecosystem of companies providing products and services to the sector.
Our view is that the Food & Agribusiness industry will continue to see secular growth and industry dynamics will continue to evolve. We expect increased consolidation, vertical integration from producer to consumer and the introduction of new technology.
Notable clients include SK Food Group, Dave’s Killer Bread and IP Callison.
The Healthcare & Digital Health industry is undergoing revolutionary changes in every major traditional sector. As the industry continues to reinvent itself, new trends have emerged, driven by consumers who are demanding higher quality care with cost transparency, integrated health information, and better provider access and communication. The solutions to these issues lie at the intersection of healthcare and technology, where innovation provides the opportunity for better, more accessible care at lower costs.
Cascadia’s team is perfectly primed to meet the growing needs of the industry’s players, leveraging vast experience coupled with a thorough understanding of the market. With over 40 years of collective expertise within the Healthcare & Digital Health sector, our team has originated and executed more than $1 billion of M&A and financing transactions. In the process, we’ve had the good fortune of working with some of the most well-recognized buyers and investors in the business.
Notable clients include Integra, SCI Solutions, Clinicient, GoHealth and Valant among others.
Please see our comprehensive industry report: The Future Health Ecosystem Today
Company receives a growth equity investment and liquidity for existing shareholders.
We have six professionals at the firm that cover the Industrials sector. The core expertise in this sector is with companies that have a specialized defensible niche, proprietary technology or manufacturing process, or other intellectual property. Cascadia can leverage its experience in positioning these companies for optimal value by demonstrating a sustainable competitive advantage, above-average industry margins and competitive differentiation from low-cost overseas competitors or other more traditional commodity manufacturing companies.
Cascadia’s track record spans a range of M&A sell side, M&A buy side and equity private placement mandates that leverage our national and global private equity investor and strategic buyer relationships.
Notable transactions include the sale of Pac Paper to a strategic buyer Packaging Dynamics, the sale of Trojan Litho to private equity firm Arbor Investments, and the sale of Pro-Fab to strategic buyer Omada International.
Strategic sale to a partner that could help continue the company’s growth trajectory.
Cascadia Capital’s Real Estate group draws upon decades of capital market and industry expertise in the real estate category. which provides for truly effective, client driven and product agnostic advice. The group is very active across a variety of product areas – corporate finance and M&A related (as further outlined below) –for clients across the globe.
Traditional Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Operator Advisory Services
Real Estate Private Equity
Notable clients include Sorrento Capital and Residential Capital Management.
We have seven professionals with over 80 years of collective experience in M&A and Financing transactions within the Technology sector, and extensive prior operational and corporate development expertise. We are domain experts, which enables us to uniquely position our clients in terms of their people, business models and technology, to the most appropriate strategic acquirers or private equity investors. Counterparties with our clients include Oracle, Nuance, Symantec, Microsoft, Google, Thomson Reuters, Rakuten, Tibco, Nice Systems, TA Associates, Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV), Great Hill Partners, JMI Equity, Providence Equity and Primus Capital.