Market Sectors

Market Sectors

Market Sectors

With knowledge of and contacts in a wide range of market sectors, Skyway offers clients an in-depth awareness of market conditions and trends as well as top-level professional relationships. Taken together, these elements create a greater likelihood of success in addressing client opportunities.

In many cases, clients may benefit from the inter-relationship of a number of our market sectors, such as healthcare and technology, real estate and healthcare or media and technology.

Skyway professionals are constantly researching new markets for opportunities and adding new sets of capabilities. The listings at left should be viewed only as a sampling of our market experience.

Healthcare

Healthcare is a diverse and dynamic industry and Skyway is active in a number of healthcare market segments, including:

  • Senior housing, including skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Revenue Cycle Management (RCM), Health Information Management (HIM) and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) management
  • Healthcare staffing
  • Home health and Hospice services
  • Healthcare business services
  • Medical facility development and construction
  • Pharmaceutical development, research and services

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Real Estate

Working with a network of strategic and opportunistic investors and lenders, Skyway is active in healthcare, multifamily, retail, office, industrial, lodging, leisure and special purpose properties.

Skyway works with developers, owners, owner operators and real estate investors, providing such services as debt and equity placement, construction financing, joint ventures, loan restructuring, recapitalization and real estate advisory services.

For corporate clients for whom real estate is not their core business, we provide guidance on acquisition or construction financing for facilities expansion, project financing or spinning off real property assets as source of funds to help finance an acquisition and/or generate working capital.

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Technology, Media & Telecommunications

Skyway is recognized for its active involvement in these industries, with specialized knowledge, relationships and experience with existing and emerging technologies that reflect the convergence of media and platforms, the crossover of content and the increasingly active participation of consumers. These are rapidly developing industries that require the ability to understand the potential of new and dynamic technologies.

Our technology experience includes:

  • Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • Cloud computing
  • Analytic application software
  • Enterprise software
  • Information security
  • Managed services
  • Industrial Internet and Big Data

Skyway’s significant media experience includes:

  • Broadcast and publishing
  • Social networking
  • Interactive agencies
  • Advertising enabling technologies

Reflecting a focus on wireless Internet and relationships with infrastructure providers and network operators, Skyway’s telecommunications experience in capital raising and M&A encompasses:

  • Wi-Fi mesh networks
  • Communications networks (wireless and wireline, including optical transport)
  • Mobile networks and services
  • TV bandwidth spaces
  • Wi-Fi cellular offloading
  • Unlicensed wireless networks
  • Fixed station wireless Internet Service Providers
  • Wireless devices

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Industrials

Our Industrials practice focuses on Industrial Services and Niche Manufacturing businesses that provide specialty services, products or components to a broad group of customers in diverse end markets regionally, nationally and globally.

Target Industrial Services clients provide hard and/or soft craft services and offer a compelling outsourcing ROI for its customers. We focus on many end market dynamics driving the growing demand for outsourced service providers, including regulatory and environmental, utilization, efficiency, testing, infrastructure age and capital spending cycles.

Target Niche Manufacturing clients create and sell differentiated products, components and/or assemblies that are sold to industrial customers or consumers. These companies hold a leading position in a fragmented but promising niche market and may benefit from significant and sustainable barriers to entry by competitors.

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Consumer

Skyway works with new market leaders who have identified and capitalized on an underserved opportunity based on changing customer demographics, tastes and preferences. Successful consumer companies have a deep understanding of their customers. Applying this insight, they create unique products that engender customer loyalty and develop a strong brand. As they grow, these companies must also manage their production, marketing and distribution strategies. Skyway’s Consumer experience includes:

  • Beauty and personal care
  • Catalog
  • Direct response
  • Household products
  • Food and Beverage
  • Health and Wellness
  • Restaurant/Bar/Branded entertainment portfolios
  • Specialty apparel, footwear and accessories
  • Sporting Goods, Outdoor and Leisure
  • Specialty Retail
  • Multi-Channel Marketing
  • Online Commerce

Energy

Skyway has experience working with clients across the energy spectrum including upstream exploration & production, oil field service, oil field equipment, and regional midstream energy infrastructure. The firm has represented public & private companies in the procurement of equity and debt capital and is differentiated by the breadth of its capital markets options.

Upstream Attributes

  • North American based
  • Operated assets (with majority of the value in proved reserves)
  • Focus on developing and expanding existing asset base
  • Follow-on opportunities to consolidate the basin
  • Potential to become low-cost producer

Oil Field Service and Equipment Attributes

  • Domestic companies servicing domestic, international and offshore markets
  • Companies seeking non-dilutive growth capital
  • Owners seeking to take chips off the table and or diversify
  • Management teams that want to exit, transition into more passive rolls, or continue to run their companies