Irwin Mitchell advised Fargro Limited with a team including Faye Bargery (Picture – Corporate M&A).
The deal, which has been supported by private equity partner, Ashridge Capital, will enable Fargro to adopt a more agile approach to its growth strategy.
This new structure will allow the West Sussex-based business to invest in R&D, new product development, and business growth, more quickly and with more flexibility than the previous structure could support.
Despite the closure of garden centres in 2020 due to Covid-19, Fargro has enjoyed a strong operating year, capitalising on increased consumer demand as the UK population turned to its gardens and window-boxes to improve mental wellbeing during recent lockdown.
Faye Bargery (Picture), Corporate partner at Irwin Mitchell, along with Kate Sun and Dan Webster advised Fargro’s management team on the deal.
Law Firms: Irwin Mitchell;
Clients: Fargro Limited;