REDMONT CAPITAL ACTIVELY PARTICIPATES BY PROVIDING GUIDANCE AND AdVICE TO ENTREPRENEURS AND MANAGEMENT TEAMS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our team has served on public and private company boards and can assist with best practices and value-added board member searches.
Management teams grow and change as companies move through the corporate life cycle. As professional investors, we have been a part of this process and have seen the benefits of using best of breed processes to identify, recruit and maintain key management members.
A sound business strategy provides the foundation for a successful business. We focus on augmenting and advising management teams as they refine and implement their business strategies.
NEW COMPANY FORMATION
The entity choice and structure for acquisitions, joint ventures, and employee incentive plans can have long lasting and significant impacts on an organization. As advisers, we can help management teams evaluate the benefits, costs, and risks with these complex issues. As investors and managers, we have established foreign and domestic partnerships, subsidiaries and joint ventures in Canada, Central America, England, France, India, Ireland, Japan and South Korea.
SALES AND MARKETING DEVELOPMENT
Sales and marketing represents the voice to the customer. Frequently, the market screams louder than the company. We help companies find their voice through a structured, disciplined approach to building, rebuilding, or just re-aligning a cohesive and effective sales and marketing force.
Business today is a fast-paced, global endeavor. The pace and scope of change can tax the resources of even the largest companies. At REDMONT Capital, we help companies find the partners needed to be successful, whether they are in manufacturing, sales, backoffice, or other areas.
NEW MARKET TAX CREDITS & HISTORIC TAX CREDITS
REDMONT focuses on identifying, structuring, and applying capital through public/private finance programs such as federal and state New Markets Tax Credit (“NMTC”) and Historic Tax Credit (“HTC”). If and when applicable, businesses have an opportunity to access capital from these programs, lower their eternal funding requirements, and ultimately create a more efficient capital structure.