Loren Shifrin is the CEO for Revolution Capital, one of the country’s leading providers of factoring and cash flow financing. As the CEO of Revolution Capital, I’ve negotiated several mergers and acquisitions (M&A) over the years — including five in the past two years — and along the way, I’ve learned a lot. While each M&A is individually unique and should be managed as such, there are some key things that are consistent across the board.
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Setting and maintaining a company culture is important for any business. However, doing this in a remote work environment can pose unique challenges. Fortunately, there are some simple ways leaders of remote teams can develop and preserve a strong company culture. Not sure where to begin with your virtual team? Read on for expert advice from the members of Forbes Business Council. Below, they share 16 strategies for creating culture remotely.
Over the past 30 years, factoring has undergone a significant transformation. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, factoring companies were perceived as “lenders of last resort.” Businesses typically only sold their receivables when denied financing elsewhere. While, as the CEO of a factoring company, I can say that this doesn’t accurately represent factoring, it wasn’t a well-known form of alternative lending at the time and even one that most companies understood.
When employees worked within the confines of an office and all data was stored on site, it was easier to implement a comprehensive cybersecurity model. However, with work attitudes changing and the necessity of remote work, businesses have been hard-pressed to transfer their existing cybersecurity model to work with the new paradigm.
Revolution Capital has acquired Atlantic Gateway Inc., a boutique factoring firm specializing in transportation factoring.
Revolution Capital, the leading provider of factoring & cash- flow financing in Canada and the United States, has acquired Royal Financial Corp, specialists in transportation factoring for companies with large fleet operations.
Revolution Capital, the leading provider of factoring & cash- flow financing in Canada and the United States, has acquired Grand Financial Management Inc (GFM), specialists in providing factoring facilities for the Canadian transportation and staffing industries.
We are pleased to announce that Revolution Capital has acquired Baron Finance Incorporated and we will be merging our operations by the end of this year.