Isaacs Advisory works with small to medium-sized businesses that need an advisor with the time, resources, and expertise to find the best possible financing solutions. Over the years, we have helped organizations across a wide range of industries meet their unique financing needs. Read our case studies below to learn more.
With a strong leadership team in place and after completing an equity raise, our Toronto-based client launched an e-bike subscription business. The business has two divisions, namely a consumer & a commercial division where people can rent e-bikes on various subscription levels.
Following the successful sale of his first business, our client was interested in pursuing a new venture and required funding for it. Since he was busy working a full-time job as a Senior Manager, he sought our support and expertise during the due diligence process and to help source a term loan financing solution and working capital solution to meet his needs.
After launching a video streaming platform to disrupt the marketplace, our client was seeking a cost-effective debt financing solution that allowed them to finance their app & live streaming development and avoid raising more equity to fund their initial operating losses.
Our client is a manufacturer and distributor of DIY building solutions. Due to concerns around customer concentration risk and product development delays, their traditional bank could no longer support the business and they therefore required a flexible and scalable working capital solution from a non-traditional lender.
Our client is an innovative mobile food and beverage start-up. After successfully completing an equity raise, they were seeking a long-term financing solution to finance their equipment and app technology.
Our client is a private label consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturer that was recognized as “Supplier of the Year” by a major retailer. Though they continue to experience tremendous growth, traditional lenders worried about concentration risk due to their limited customer base.
Our client is a well-known niche restaurant brand with multiple retail locations. Due to construction delays of a new location causing an impact on working capital, they sought additional financing.
Our client spent several years developing its lithium-ion battery technology for commercial applications, while honing its production process and supply chain. After successfully completing a major pilot project, orders were ramping up significantly and the company wanted to fund growth without the constant worry of cash flow.
Our client was 12 months into a creditor and court approved Division I Proposal. Creditors accepted 25 cents on the dollar to be paid over a 5-year period. The Proposal was a joint proposal, which included the business owner and some related holding companies.