A national baked goods producer saw the opportunity to expand sales and smooth out seasonality with the development of a new facility with improved shipping capabilities. Sporadic growth, ownership changes and multiple entities made it difficult to tell a cohesive story to lenders. After more than a year with no traction, the producer turned to ChurchillTerry who was able to recast the story, identify likely lenders and arrange meetings within 2 weeks. Funding was secured within a month and the facility built and opened within 3 months to meet critical deadlines and exceed expectations for revenues, profitability and corporate goals and strategy.
Sales Tax Savings
A national appliance manufacturer shipping into most states outsourced their financial management to ChurchillTerry. More than a year into the relationship, the firm received notice of a sales tax audit for periods prior to our engagement with an a...Previous Article
Distribution Strategy Success
A regional manufacturing firm was getting limited traction in key distribution channels because of their premium product and large competitors fighting for space in those same channels. They hit upon the idea of creating a parent wholesale distribu...Next Article