We’re buying great home goods brands.
At Pattern, we believe there needs to be a new business model for the country’s growing community of e-commerce brands.
We’re purchasing brands that focus on sustainable growth over short term gain, and giving entrepreneurs the exits they deserve.
Interested in selling?
The Pattern Advantage
When your brand joins the Pattern family, your business benefits from our unique ability to provide:
World-class marketing & brand-building team to realize your vision
In-house operational excellence and a mature brand platform
Sustainable business model that is value driven and prioritizes customers
Gin Lane’s industry-defining startups
We’ve helped define the DTC space.
We’ve helped shape the DTC space from the beginning. Before we became Pattern, we were Gin Lane, a creative agency that helped startups create over $15 billion worth of market share, and made experiences that reached hundreds of millions of consumers.
A process for you
A process designed around entrepreneurs’ lives
We know first hand how time consuming owning and operating a business can be. So we designed a process that is empathetic, respectful, and 100% online.
Start by applying here and if it’s a good fit, we’ll get in touch to set up an initial call.
From there, the entire process will be online, and as frictionless as possible.
A Pattern Brand
When considering brands, we look at three key categories:
· Healthy, sustainable margins
· Strong customer reviews
· Unique IP
· Design-driven, home-centric products
· A responsible and ethical approach
· A loyal community who love your brand and products
Strong Business Fundamentals
· Majority DTC sales
· Growing revenue
· Profitable at an EBITDA level
A case study
Our first acquisition: GIR
Our first acquisition is GIR, short for “Get It Right,” a home accessories brand that launched eight years ago with a highly successful crowdfunding campaign for the world's first unibody silicone spatula.
GIR is the perfect case study for what we’re looking for: founder Samantha Rose has stayed true to her ethos of reimagining everyday kitchen tools and today sells over fifty exceptional products that are changing the cooking world. Alongside her husband and her team, she organically built GIR over eight years into a much loved, profitable, multi-million dollar business.