WHIreland is delighted to have acted as the exclusive financial adviser and broker to secure a £4.5m private institutional investment for Wolf & Badger, the fast growing global multi-channel retailer.
Wolf & Badger has played a pivotal role in helping to re-shape the fashion retail market, being recognised as the go-to place for discovering independent ethical designers across the menswear, womenswear, jewellery, accessories, beauty, grooming and homeware categories. Wolf & Badger supplies customers through its website www.wolfandbadger.com, its recently opened 12,000sqft multi-purpose department store and events space in the new Coal Drops Yard development in Kings Cross, London and an established and thriving store in Soho, New York City.
The £4.5m investment secured by WHIreland will help further the ambitious growth plans driven by its co-founder brothers George and Henry Graham. This new capital will be utilised to accelerate the growth of the Wolf & Badger marketplace through building out its team and technology to optimise the customer experience, scale further in its core markets of the UK and US as well as internationally, and continue its development of new product verticals including homeware and beauty.
George Graham, CEO and Founder of Wolf & Badger, commented, “The funding sourced by WHIreland will enable us to put the building blocks in place to further expand the Wolf & Badger offering. We were extremely impressed by the way in which the WHIreland team worked on this transaction to secure a successful outcome for Wolf & Badger to support the next stage of our ambitious growth strategy.”
Adam Pollock, Head of Corporate & Institutional Broking at WHIreland commented, “WHIreland is proud to have worked alongside Wolf & Badger to source this private institutional investment, and can see the management team leading the way in reshaping the future of retail. We very much look forward to supporting their progress”.
WHIreland acted as exclusive financial adviser and broker to Wolf & Badger in connection with this transaction.