T Sportline, a Los Angeles-based e-commerce provider and first mover in the Tesla aftermarket space, has been acquired by Kian Capital, a private investment firm. This case study highlights the unique process of this transaction.
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The pandemic-inspired boom in e-commerce has fallen back to earth as consumers move more of their shopping back to brick-and-mortar stores and online retailers battle supply chain problems and rising costs. What does this mean to e-commerce companies?
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Strolleria, LLC has been acquired by Weave Growth Partners and Peninsula Capital Partners
Strolleria, LLC, a multichannel retailer of high-end baby gear, has been acquired by Weave Growth Partners, a Silicon Valley-based private investment firm, and Peninsula Capital Partners, a Detroit-based private equity firm. FOCUS initiated this transaction and advised Strolleria throughout the process. This case study highlights the unique process of this transaction.
Amazon may no longer be the only game in town when it comes to aggregators and the online retailers they acquire. Several recent deals by startup aggregators indicate that Shopify is the up-and-coming M&A e-commerce platform. This trend may suggest that demand for Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) businesses has reached a saturation point and that competing platforms offer more opportunity.
As a business owner, making your business sustainable is a growing trend you must pay attention to. This article addresses ways to “go green” while remaining profitable. One way is to source locally. Continue reading to learn more.
Washington, DC, (February 1, 2022) – FOCUS Investment Banking (“FOCUS”), a national middle market investment banking firm providing merger, acquisition, divestiture, and corporate finance services, announced today that a majority stake in Strolleria, LLC, a multichannel retailer of high-end baby gear, has been acquired by Weave Growth Partners, a Silicon Valley-based private investment firm, and Peninsula Capital Partners, a Detroit-based private equity firm. FOCUS advised Strolleria in this transaction.