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Investment Highlight

Staffing 360 Solutions remains committed and loyal to the principles that have driven its success thus far with strict acquisition criteria. Learn more about each of our divisions and the group strategy and guiding principles that underpin our approach.

International Footprint and disciplined M&A strategy

  • Highly fragmentated market provides acquisition opportunities and ability to scale
  • High retention and strong recurring impressive revenue growth

Impressive Revenue Growth
  • Recent Business realignment designed to drive focus, organic growth and profitability 
  • Strengthened and streamlined financial position

We have a management team with significant operational and M&A experience

Staffing 360's strategic goals   

Build a profitable, international staffing firm with revenues in excess of $500M 

  • Execute disciplined acquisition strategy, supplemented by strong organic growth       
  • Use “Intelligent Integration” approach to maximize value, mitigate attrition and increase support of sales teams
  • Capitalize on highly experienced executive management team
  • Drive shareholder value

Disciplined Acquisition Criteria

Robust pipeline of highly selective targets

  • Must fit within at least one of five strategic pillars
  • Must be accretive, no turn-arounds o Sustainable margins
  • Recurring revenues of Quality customers o Reliable employees Objective: 95% temporary / 5% permanent revenue mix (80% / 20% gross profit mix)
  • Sellers receive cash, stock, notes plus performance-based
  • incentives

Professional and Temporary Staffing

Staffing 360 believes that a consolidation strategy is ideally suited for the highly fragmented temporary staffing industry with

  • A shift toward more temporary workers is expected to be a permanent change to jobs market
  • Structural change largely driven by demand for IT
  • US staffing market grew 5% CAGR during 2013-2016 vs.
  • GDP CAGR of 2.2%*
  • US staffing market expected to grow to $147 billion by 2018*