Viridian Capital Advisors offers a full range of corporate development services. These include making strategic introductions to our extensive cannabis network, sourcing talent for boards, restructuring businesses, and planning in order to help cannabis-related companies accelerate growth. This dramatically increases the probability of achieving liquidity for investors and management.
The VCA team considers clients’ strategic plans and identifies avenues for growth, both organic and inorganic, in creating a corporate development framework. VCA also provides financial and market analysis supporting rationales for acquisition, development, or partnership strategies.
Cannabis is one of the fastest growing industries in North America and as a result many investors have embedded capital gains in publicly traded cannabis securities. Viridian Capital Advisors has developed a network that can help you achieve liquidity by assisting you in registering your shares, removing legends and getting cash in to your bank account after a successful exit.
A thoughtful and defensible Cannabis business valuation is core to any capital raise or company acquisition. With many moving pieces and things to consider, Viridian Capital Advisors has the experience and knowledge you can trust for your cannabis industry valuation.
Our clients take advantage of our corporate development services for two main reasons. First, we can help improve the overall operating and financial performance of your company by enhancing management and the board of directors. We have an extensive network of experienced executives that can bring a deep knowledge of the cannabis industry to the table. Second, we can analyze and help invest in new strategic initiatives that include mergers, acquisitions, and strategic divestures.
We can determine whether corporate development efforts are effective by assessing a multitude of factors. For example, high customer retention rates and low employee turnover are great benchmarks for determining successful business and operational efficiency. We also want to see steady revenue growth and higher margins on internal rate of return exceeding the company's required rate of return.