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Allied Potato success story

Allied Potato increases environmental stewardship by financing automation improvements from field to processing.

Automation: benefits beyond the obvious

Today, the demand for smart automation spans nearly every business sector. Organizations are challenged to make the most of every resource—capital, material, and human—every minute of operation. Many leaders find that equipment financing not only enables them to expand, pivot, and innovate their business models, but to do so with increased profitability, speed to market, and stakeholder satisfaction.

Learn About Us: Cain Brothers, a division of KeyBanc Capital Markets

We are the preeminent healthcare investment bank in the United States and offer a comprehensive range of services and solutions to meet the M&A, financing and strategic needs of healthcare organizations. Watch to learn more and contact us to speak with an investment banker.

AvidXchange CEO describes part of their journey to becoming a public company

Michael Praeger, Co-Founder & CEO of AvidXchange, speaks to the unique relationship and collaboration he’s seen through the company’s IPO journey.

Sprout Social CFO describes part of their IPO & FPO journey

Joe Del Preto, CFO of Sprout Social, shares how working with KeyBanc Capital Markets led to honest feedback and conversation. Something that he says you don’t always get from everyone else.

Client success story: ViaQuest

Operating in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana, ViaQuest is a growing provider of personalized and specialized support services for people with developmental disabilities; behavioral health care for children and adults; and hospice care for adults with life-limiting illnesses. Over the course of a 14-year relationship, the company has relied on its Key bankers for a different sort of care to enable ViaQuest’s growth through good times and challenges.

Supporting self governance through infrastructure development

Today, Indian Country faces an unmet and unfunded $50 billion need for infrastructure. Housing, hospitals, schools, roads, and bridges number among the countless Indian Country systems that need repair, rebuilding, or replacement.

Client success story: ACES at Chase

Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES), founded in 1969, is a not-for-profit entity established to operate as an educational service center supporting 25 towns and school districts in south central Connecticut. ACES at Chase is a premier inter-district magnet middle school – focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) education for students – created through a melding of Thomas Edison Middle School and Chase Collegiate School (Chase Collegiate). Could this entity identify and close on a financing solution to open and recruit students and staff in time for a new school year?

Agribusiness technologies and financing

For millennia, farmers have been remarkably resourceful and resilient in overcoming ecological perils that threaten their livelihood. Now they face environmental challenges far greater than flood, drought, and pestilence. In addition, they must contend with volatile market conditions that were inconceivable to their ancestors. But as new agricultural trends and technologies emerge and evolve, so do new funding solutions. Could this be the ideal time for agribusiness to innovate and create sustainable growth?

ESOP a succession solution for business owners and employees

The American small business environment has reached a critical juncture. More than half of privately held firms in the U.S., or 2.9 million businesses, are owned by Baby Boomers 1.

ARP investment strategies

While the pandemic underscored the disadvantaged status of many minority communities, it also triggered Congress to take long-overdue and meaningful action for Native American Tribes. The American Rescue Plan (ARP) will deploy more than $20 billion to Tribal governments to help them respond to the COVID-19 emergency and lay the foundation for an equitable recovery.

Great Expectations for Private SaaS Growth Subdued by COVID-19 Crisis

Data from more than 500 private SaaS company respondents was analyzed and summarized in the following article, telling a tale of disruption and uncertainty – one that has yet to resolve as the pandemic continues.

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