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Hilco Corporate Finance will identify, evaluate, select and pursue the best options for each unique situation. Our team of experts will formulate value projections, identify counter parties, prepare marketing materials, and assist with the myriad of issues and decisions you may face within your unique situation. Our team of professionals will provide proven leadership and a global reach with a track record of success for middle market companies.

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For 30 years Hilco Global has focused on Middle Market customers. We understand the marketplace well. Our corporate finance organization focuses on transactions between $20 and $250 million for small and middle-market companies headquartered in North America and larger companies wishing to acquire, merge or divest divisions.

We are industry agnostic. We have significant experience in retail, consumer products, manufacturing, healthcare, business and professional services, financial services, automotive, energy, technology, among others.

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Why Costco And Walmart Soared In Canada While Target Flopped

Jan 15, 2015

HRC Advisory CEO Antony Karabus is quoted in an article in Forbes about Target's inability to flourish in the Canadian markets:

"Target just couldn’t make it work. The retailer said it did not foresee turning a profit in Canada until 2021.

But while much has been said about Target’s botched expansion efforts, from sparsely stocked shelves and too-high prices to the poor locations it took over from the defunct Zellers chain, the main reason Target flopped in Canada is that they were too late to the party, Antony Karabus, CEO of HRC Advisors, a retail-consulting firm based in Canada, told Forbes. Indeed, discounters in the market proliferate."

 Read the full article below.

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Source: Forbes.com


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