We’ve found that smaller private companies that
work in traditional mediums are our ideal fit. While Fisher Capital
typically invests in straightforward industries such as light manufacturing,
consumer products/services, and financial services, we occasionally
look at other businesses that we feel constitute a unique product
or service and add value to our portfolio.
Read more about our private equity investment partners.
Private Equity Investments—project
Castle Pines Capital LLC
Castle Pines Capital is a channel finance provider based in Englewood,
CO. Fisher Capital provided equity as well as a working capital
line of credit that enabled the company to begin working with its
principal customer. These capital resources allowed Castle Pines
to get to work within a short timeframe which would have been otherwise
delayed using traditional banking alternatives. Visit
Castle Pines Capital
Based in Pueblo, CO, Krage Manufacturing was a start-up sheet metal
fabricator, which because of its infancy status was not a candidate
for conventional bank financing. Fisher Capital provided both equity
and debt financing which enabled Krage to meet the tight deadlines
set by its main customer. We also provided Krage with full accounting
services, which enabled our partner to concentrate on the day-to-day
operations of the business. Visit
Believing in the long-term vision of CartaSite’s management
team, Fisher Capital led a successful secondary round of funding
for this Denver-based asset- and vehicle-tracking service. Fisher
Capital committed to a substantial equity investment and provided
a sizable convertible debt financing in less than 14 days. Our quick
decision-making process enabled the CartaSite management team to
focus on the business of the company rather than spending time fundraising.
Recognizing the value potential in bringing advanced telecommunications
services to smaller U.S. cities, Fisher Capital partnered with experienced
cable television veterans to establish a new company. Peak Cablevision
was a multiple-system cable television operator based in Denver.
At its height, the company operated systems in Oklahoma, Arkansas,
Utah, Arizona and Nevada; served 115,000 customers; and maintained
225 employees. Fisher Capital owned a substantial interest in the
company and managed all operational activities until the company
was sold in 1999.
Partnering with local management, Fisher Capital helped provide
funding for the buyout of an established business from its founder.
Denver-based Topperscot manufactures Christmas ornaments and other
related holiday items—available nationwide via the Internet,
from mass merchandisers and through specialty gift shops—and
maintains licensing agreements with all the major sports leagues,
allowing them to sell logo products for the leagues. Visit