Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) September 09, 2015
Premier middle-market investment banking website, DealCapital.com, is happy to announce the acquisition of and transition to InvestmentBank.com. The move comes at a time when the company is experiencing growth and needed a way to better reflect the firm’s focus on its services to existing and potential clients.
“We’re extremely excited what this new site launch will mean for both the short and long term exposure and branding for the firm, its partners and affiliates,” says Nate Nead, Director. “We are confident the website change will help increase exposure for our services across the middle market, allowing us to share more content about what business sellers need to know when contemplating a sale, buying a competitor or raising capital.”
The new site includes elements of the firm’s old website, but also some new features, including backend database login features for proprietary deals and investment opportunities, a new logo, a new site design and other usability enhancements for greater exposure. The company is also intent on doing more regular promotion and marketing outreach. “We’re planning on coupling the new site design with some marketing initiatives to help bolster and grow exposure to the firm and its long-term initiatives,” says Nead.
DealCapital.com has been a source for dealflow since the company launched the original site in 2011. Since then, the company has merged with Tacoma-based Merit Harbor Group and consequently added new management. The move from DealCapital.com to InvestmentBank.com is a natural extension of the direction the firm’s branding strategy long term.
Based in Seattle, Washington with partner and affiliate offices across the country, InvestmentBank.com (a site provided by Merit Harbor Group, LLC) provides both buy and sell-side merger, acquisition and capital requisition services to privately-held businesses. The company’s deal teams maintain deep expertise and knowledge across a number of key verticals including software & technology, manufacturing, healthcare, consumer goods, media & internet, aerospace, shipping & logistics and financial services. The company typically focuses on middle-market deals with valuations below $100 million. Interested parties are invited to follow the company's investment banking blog.