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$500,000 Clears the Way for Organic Soap Manufacturer

In a significant development this January, an established organic soap manufacturer has secured $500,000 in accounts receivable finance. Boasting a successful track record in crafting and distributing natural soap products across the U.S. and Canada since 1994, the company sought a capital boost to propel its growth.

Referred to Sallyport by an industry peer during a pivotal acquisition phase, we presented diverse financing options tailored to the business’s unique needs. The facility not only enhanced liquidity throughout the acquisition, covering international debtors, but also positioned the company with the necessary working capital for ambitious expansion plans both domestically and globally. With strategic acquisitions on the horizon and a rising demand for sustainable products, the overarching goal is to augment their portfolio and strategically position the organization for future success.

Calum Williamson, Managing Director for Canada, emphasized the pivotal role of Sallyport’s strong relationship with the referrer and the ability to structure compelling solutions in securing funding for this client.

“Our close collaboration with the referral source was instrumental in propelling the deal forward, ensuring a mutually beneficial solution for all parties involved. We are enthusiastic about supporting the client’s local and international growth, as well as providing funding for other targeted acquisitions.”

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