Based in San Ramon, California, 24 Hour Fitness is the second-largest health and fitness company in the U.S., generating more than $1.3 billion in revenue and serving nearly 4 million members in more than 400 clubs across the United States. For more than 30 years, the company has been dedicated to helping members change their lives and reach their individual fitness goals, a commitment consistent with the value Satori places on holistic wellness. With convenient club locations, personal training services, popular group exercise classes, and a variety of strength, cardio, and functional training equipment, 24 Hour Fitness offers a broad range of dynamic fitness solutions.
Based in Grapevine, Texas, Able Machinery Movers is a heavy machinery-moving and rigging company that serves customers in a variety of sectors, including manufacturing, medical, semiconductor, and food and beverage.
Able was founded more than 60 years ago, and it has developed long-term relationships with a notable list of multinational customers, including Bell Helicopter, General Electric, TDIndustries, Tetra Pak, and Texas Instruments, among others. Able prioritizes completing projects safely, on time, and within budget, and its customers rely on Able’s experience placing machinery in areas with limited maneuverability, as well as its ability to work in sensitive environments such as data centers, clean rooms, and hospitals.
Able’s president, David Krieger, joined the company more than 30 years ago and has developed a culture centered on exceptional customer service, efficient operation, and support for its team members. Able’s workforce is entirely composed of full-time employees rather than contractors, and in Mr. Krieger’s tenure, it has never laid off employees because of changes in workload or project demand.
Based in Austin, Texas, Aspen Heights is a fully integrated, upscale multi-family and student housing developer, contractor, and property manager. Aspen Heights has an industry-leading brand and reputation, with a continual presence on Student Housing Business magazine’s top 10 list of largest domestic student housing owners.
Aspen Heights’ mission — “to cultivate human potential and add value to our world by creating and managing spaces where people live, connect, and learn” — aligns with Satori’s values, as do the company’s community engagement efforts. Through its AH Awake organization, Aspen Heights volunteers time, space, and resources to local organizations, fund-raises for meaningful causes locally and in East Africa, and partners with student and community organizations.
With offices in Atlanta, New York, London, and Los Angeles, Hodges Ward Elliott (“HWE”) is a leading real estate brokerage and investment banking firm. Founded in 1975, HWE has completed more than $50 billion in hospitality transactions since inception and has earned a reputation for representing the hospitality industry’s largest and most active owners in completing complex transactions.
Leveraging its relationships, reputation, and expertise, HWE recently expanded its offering to include the sale of real estate assets in industries other than hospitality and to other services, including debt and equity placement. It also plans to add full-service commercial brokerage teams in Los Angeles and Atlanta and to open new offices in Florida, Dallas, and Chicago.
Based in Austin, Texas, Longhorn Health Solutions is a service-oriented distributor of durable medical equipment and consumable medical supplies.
Longhorn started doing business in 2005, but the team has been in the medical supply industry since the 1980s. The team surveyed the industry and felt there was a very strong need for a company that focused on treating people with class and respect. They are now serving thousands of clients across Texas through their ten regional branch locations. The company has a “Texas-based, Texas proud” motto and takes great pride in serving fellow Texans with first class service, products, and kindness.
Based in Stamford, Connecticut, The Lovesac Company is a designer and retailer of specialty furniture with more than 60 retail showrooms and a bustling online store. Lovesac is a “new economy” company that is disrupting and modernizing the furniture industry by providing sectional couches and durafoam bean bags that are durable, washable, reconfigurable, sustainable, and shippable by FedEx and UPS.
The company’s “Designed for Life” philosophy embraces products that are built to last a lifetime and evolve with customer needs, providing long-term quality to the customer and reducing the amount of furniture that is discarded into landfills.
Based in Zebulon, North Carolina, Nomacorc is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of wine closures. Nomacorc provides more than two billion closures per year to more than 5,000 wineries in 47 countries. Domestically, the company’s closures are placed in one of every three wines within the top 500 products by volume.
Nomacorc shares Satori’s commitment to creating value for all stakeholders and employs a partner-centric approach to developing relationships that cultivate a strong and healthy business ecosystem. In addition to deeply understanding and consistently responding to customers’ needs, Nomacorc fosters a culture of technical innovation and is dedicated to offering environmentally friendly closure solutions to winemakers across the world.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Purple Land Management is a tech-enabled provider of land management services with hundreds of professionals in 11 offices across the country.
Purple offers title research, verification, and curative services, as well as lease negotiation, pre- and post-acquisition due diligence, and project and data management to oil and gas exploration and production companies. Purple’s technology platform includes digitized title records, and its proprietary Overdrive software integrates geographic information system (GIS) mapping to manage complex land-management information and provide customers with near-real-time data access.
Purple embraces the principles of conscious capitalism, and its philosophy, “The Purple Way,” reminds all employees to “Give more than you take.”
Based in Dallas, Texas, Ranger Wireless Solutions is a technology-enabled service provider to the wireless telecom industry. Ranger Wireless’ patented service connects roaming wireless subscribers to their provider’s customer care center when they dial 6-1-1. As the exclusive dedicated provider of 6-1-1 customer care services, Ranger Wireless serves more than 40 wireless carriers in the United States and Canada and connects nearly 11 million calls each year. Ranger’s services allow carriers to increase customer retention, enhance call center efficiencies and improve end user satisfaction.
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, SunTree is a producer of branded and private-label nuts and dried fruit snacks including roasted and salted nuts, trail mixes, and chocolate and yogurt-covered nuts. SunTree’s annual revenue has doubled since 2012 from approximately $50 million to more than $100 million.
Satori’s investment in SunTree is an example of Satori’s strategy to employ the principles of conscious capitalism and to participate in the shift in consumer demand toward healthy snacks. SunTree serves discerning customers including big-box retailers and national grocery stores.
Based in Northbrook, Illinois, Wellen Capital is a specialty finance company that provides capital to lower-middle market businesses in underserved markets.
Wellen provides merchant cash advances in exchange for a share of future revenue. Using clear, simple terms, Wellen advances allow businesses to deploy capital needed for growth without a traditional collateral requirement.
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Zorch is an innovative, tech-enabled designer and distributor of branded merchandise and promotional products for large corporate programs. Zorch’s streamlined service model provides customers with direct access to suppliers, thereby reducing order errors and significantly reducing costs associated with bulk inventory and densely staffed fulfillment teams.
Zorch embraces practices and principles that align with the tenets of conscious capitalism. For example, the company provides an engaging culture for its employees, has been named to the Advertising Specialty Institute’s “Best Places to Work” honor roll, and was named a Top 40 distributor during 2017. Zorch also requires that its suppliers meet a stringent set of criteria which include fair labor practices.