Capital 33 provides advisory, transaction, capital, and private equity services to smaller middle market companies—$5 to $50 million revenue—to improve performance, accelerate growth, evaluate an exit, or complete an exit.

The Capital 33 difference is in combining advisory and transaction services, and offering depth in both.

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Capital 33’s clients are smaller middle market companies that are:

• At a plateau in growth

• Experiencing operational or cost challenges

• Wanting new avenues to growth

• Looking to raise capital for growth

• Evaluating exit opportunities

Our clients often are family-owned, entrepreneur-founded, or investor-backed. We’re most experienced with companies in the business services, distribution, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, e-commerce, and technology sectors.

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The Capital 33 difference is in combining advisory and transaction services, and offering depth in both. Many firms focus only on consulting or M&A. Cap 33 is also nimble, moving faster than large consulting and finance firms, and can offer fee structures and phasing that allow mid-size companies access to services they may not otherwise pursue.

• Experience as founders, and operating and marketing executives—we understand client perspectives, challenges, and interests

• Deep functional expertise in strategy, operations, sales & marketing, finance

• Bought and sold 10-plus companies

• Raised over $70 million in debt/equity capital for companies where we have been advisers, owners, and executives

• Most recent M&A transaction was representing the seller of a $17-million Denver distribution business in sale to a strategic buyer

• Most recent capital raise was $1.5 million in equity for a Denver consumer healthcare company

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Five key communications points as you move toward an IPO

The London IPO market is almost back to its pre-recession levels again as investors grow a little more bullish and more confident in UK and world economies. However, things have changed since the last boom, with investors seemingly much more cautious this time around.  Many companies came to market before 2008 that really shouldn’t have […]

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