CASE STUDY

Butterscotch Blankees

Why we use C2FO

  • We get paid weekly and it’s clear and easy to manage our cash flow
  • Allows us to produce more product and fulfill more orders
  • It’s an easy application to use and understand

“At first it was fun – it was never about the money. Then it became all about the money. C2FO has reduced my financial stress so I can focus on what I love to do.”

Co-Founder

When designing her first son’s nursery, Jodie Roth was looking for the perfect accent piece to complete the look. After scavenging magazines, artwork, furniture and bedding companies for something just right, Jodie finally realized she should simply design her own. The blanket she created was just what the room needed and with that, Butterscotch Blankees was born.

The company started with just one knitter, but has grown to a team of more than 30 employees. Their personalized product line has expanded as well, now encompassing blankets, hats, pillows, scarves, wraps and ponchos and more recently a line of leather bags and totes, all sold through select retailers across the US. C2FO helps Butterscotch Blankees with the cash flow needed to source materials in anticipation of future orders and they are eager to use the program with other buyers. Jodie says, “If you took care of six of my main customers, that would be fantastic.”

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