Napkin Inc. Launches Revamped Website With Acquisition Portal

Toronto, CAD – June 17, 2024 – In anticipation of its major “Napkin Deals” event on June 18, 2024, Napkin Inc. has launched a revamped website which includes the capability for potential acquisitions to receive an LOI in 72 hours or less.

Napkin is a roll-up to IPO strategy that has been engaging in M&A activity for almost three years. Previously, every potential and current acquisition was put through a more manual diligence and offer process. Now, potential acquisitions can land on the Napkin website (including the “Napkin Deals” landing page), and by following Napkin’s portal process, can allow Napkin’s technology to instantly draw necessary information for building a potential purchase price; this then results in the ability to turn around an LOI with 72 hours. The outcome is an easier diligence process for founders, with the ability to get to key decisions in a more time efficient manner.

Additionally, Napkin’s website revamp includes new public investor materials, increased transparency to process and strategy, and greater insight into Napkin’s current portfolio and work product.

About Napkin Inc.

Napkin is positioned as a go-public roll-up strategy, with the continued focus of acquiring $200m+ of “digital disruptors” from around the globe. All acquisitions are comprised of elite, complimentary talent that help provide end-to-end solutions across tech markets. By encouraging collaboration and concentrating on strategies for growth, Napkin fosters an environment for business owners to scale effectively and establish themselves as market leaders in the global tech-scene.

Napkin offers founders above-market purchase prices by facilitating a large portion of each transaction with “share-swaps”. Every share issued by Napkin is the same common stock, which allows founders the security of equal-opportunity at any liquidity event. As the collective grows and Napkin matures, founders will experience a further multiple on their “share swap” share price, potentially creating personal liquidity opportunities beyond what they would have otherwise been able to achieve on their own.

As Napkin grows through each set of “batch acquisitions”, investors are afforded the opportunity to buy shares back from founders, thereby providing founders with liquidity while providing investors with discounted pricing.

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