Dan Dalfiume, Principal
Genoa Capital Partners
MODERNMART ENGAGES GENOA CAPITAL PARTNERS FOR CORPORATE ADVISORY SERVICES
NEWPORT BEACH, CA – Genoa Capital Partners, a Southern California merchant bank and advisory firm, today announced that the Company has been engaged by Modernmart, a Southern California-based promotional marketing company, for corporate advisory services.
About Modern Mart
Modernmart (http://www.modernmart.com) is a multi-talented marketing group providing a more efficient way for businesses to launch and market their products and services. We consider promotional marketing our expertise. We provide face-to-face marketing consultation for our clients making sure our services are able to help them get the marketing result they expect. We have a strategic marketing service to help our clients develop an annual strategic marketing plan. Our creative services are dedicated to helping our clients in developing their corporate identities, POP materials, marketing collaterals, and web designs. We provide our clients with product consultation helping them to select the right product for their needs at the right price. Finally, our fulfillment service ensures that our marketing programs are successful. We are proud of the long term collaborative relationships we have established with our clients and of our innovative marketing solutions that have created new business opportunities, new markets, improved customer relations, and have broadened the scope of services for those we serve.
About Genoa Capital
Genoa Capital Partners is a Southern California merchant bank and advisory firm focused on the small to middle market. In conjunction with respected capital sources and lending institutions, the Company facilitates leveraged buyouts, management buyouts, recapitalizations and credit facilities with privately held businesses.
Genoa Capital’s specialist advisory services bring an end-to-end solution to management teams: evaluating strategic options, defining key objectives, developing action plans, and executing transactions. The advisory group works alongside companies that are under-capitalized, with recent poor operating and economic performance;
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