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A New Fund to Keep Manufacturing Jobs in America; From Retiring Owners to Employee Owners: The Continuity Capital Way

·1 min read

Continuity Capital, a new investment concept focused on long-established manufacturers, announced today the start of its first fund. The fund will be used to acquire privately held manufacturing companies from retiring owners and transition them to 100% employee ownership.

NEW YORK, July 31, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Continuity Capital was founded by experienced manufacturing executives who have a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing these businesses. The team has a proven track record of successfully transitioning companies to employee ownership, and is committed to preserving and growing manufacturing jobs in the United States.

The Continuity Capital team has significant experience in all aspects of manufacturing, including operations, finance, and employee relations. This experience will be invaluable in helping companies successfully transition to employee ownership. The first fund will be used to acquire privately held small and medium-sized manufacturing companies with revenues of $5 million to $50 million. The focus will be on companies that are well-positioned to continue serving their customers and have a strong employee base.

The fund will be used to acquire companies from retiring owners and transition them to 100% employee ownership, ensuring that these businesses can continue to thrive and provide good jobs for years. There are many reasons to consider transitioning your manufacturing business to employee ownership. Employee-owned businesses are typically more profitable and efficient, and they have a stronger commitment to preserving jobs.

If you are considering transitioning your manufacturing business to employee ownership, we encourage you to learn more about Continuity Capital. We can help you navigate the process and ensure that it is successful.

For more information, please visit http://www.continuitycapital.co

Media Contact

ALEXANDER BARTOSCH, Continuity Capital, 2017937379, Press@klobe.com

SOURCE Continuity Capital