The transactions completed in 2018 below are some of the many opportunities we closed to help those respective companies achieve their goals and grow both their top and bottom lines.
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This company was founded in 2012 to capitalize on the rapid growing eSports industry as a specialized social media company that is creating an interactive social network for tournaments, leagues, and teams for all types of competitions. The software records permanent results of events participated in, and allows users to create multiple identities or profiles to engage with different groups and games separately. The software automatically organizes tournaments for any game user and can serve as a platform for broadcasting live web streams of any event using it.
Tennessee based company was founded in 1893. It is a leading value-added producer of coated cloth covering materials. The Company’s products provide protection and security for books and other published materials as well as packaging and industrial products. The company
WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 30, 2015 – ExWorks Capital today announced the acquisition of World Trade Finance, Inc. (“World Trade”) of Burbank, California, a 25-year-old specialty lender active in both the U.S. Export-Import Bank (“ExIm”) and Small Business Administration (“SBA”) financing programs. ExWorks Capital is an active ExIm guaranteed lender with “High” Level Delegated Authority, which allows ExWorks to underwrite transactions efficiently without agency delays. By acquiring World Trade, ExWorks Capital now has ability to extend SBA export working guaranteed loans up to $5 million, and allows it to be more flexible with goods sources from both the U.S. and overseas as well as military related products.
ExWorks Capital Raises $50 Million For Premier Fund Dedicated to Financing Small and Medium-Sized Exporters
New fund supports American businesses with global growth plans
August 25, 2014
By Charles H. Green
John McAdams, CEO of ExWorks Capital, wrote one of the best defenses for reauthorizing the Ex-Im Bank that I’ve read to date,
By Sophie Yun • Monday, August 04, 2014 | Topic: World
Experts estimate the Chinese have developed more than 1,700 projects in Africa between 2000 and 2011.