A pioneering fast casual Mexican food restaurant chain founded in Denver, Colorado in 1993 which has now grown to over 700 locations nationwide. 316 Investments made a significant investment in 1998 to help the brand expand outside of Colorado and in 1999 brought the brand (originally as Z-TECA Mexican Grill) to Indiana. 316 Investments eventually became the largest developer and operator in the system for Qdoba and in 2011 sold more than 20 Central Indiana locations to Qdoba Restaurant Corporation after they were acquired by San Diego based Jack in the Box.
Boosterville is a card-linked marketing platform that connects merchants to cause-driven buyers. Boosterville uses analytical tools to show the real impact of intentional fundraising on a community.
DemandJump uses data collecting and advanced algorithms to decipher relevant data, and put it to use by identifying areas where clients are winning and losing in regards to marketing and determine future opportunities.
VisionTech Partners brings a thoughtful, systematic, and proven approach to deliver financial and strategic support to promising entrepreneurs and startup companies. They provide investors with meaningful opportunities to invest and build companies based on extensive due diligence.
FAST BioMedical is a private, Indiana-based, clinical stage medical technology company focusing on development and commercialization of a patented* technology for quantifying clinically relevant parameters that have been challenging or impossible to measure in the past. FAST BioMedical's technology could have a significant impact on the treatment of patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) and chronic kidney disease (CKD).
An engineered solutions manufacturer of heating and cooling systems, including heater pads, PTC blower heaters, solid state thermoelectric coolers, thermal controls and value added assemblies. Caliente primarily serves the telecommunications and military markets, including AT&T, Verizon, Raytheon and the Department of Defense. In 2008, Caliente was named the Indiana Small Business Exporter of the Year, and in 2014 was the winner of the Innovation Award from Military Training Technology magazine. They operate out of a 40,000 sq. foot facility in Ft Wayne, Indiana.
A digital marketing company that provides digital marketing services for businesses with a simple, dependable approach. Torchlite is the only digital marketing platform that pulls together all the technology needed to create an overall strategy, manage every aspect of digital marketing, and assign tasks to experts in-house. Torchlite creates and executes digital marketing plans – complete with blog posts, social channel coordination, email campaigns, and any other digital marketing initiative.
Mainstream Fiber Networks is a company that provides installation of and access to high speed fiber networks. Designed specifically for the rural communities in mind, they have developed a unique program where the cost of the fiber installation is assumed by Mainstream Fiber Networks.
IBC plays a vital role in the management of range of motion deficiencies in skilled nursing long-term care facilities. Their comprehensive Contracture Management Program brings nursing and rehabilitation together to identify and treat contractures before they become significant mobility and functionality issues. This program qualifies and is documented as a Performance Improvement Project in compliance with the QAPI measurement and management efforts implemented for the management of long-term care. IBC’s program accomplished these quality enhancements while also helping facilities to manage and often reduce their overall labor costs.
An intellectual property created by Miami, Florida native and Hanover College graduate Devon Kondaki, Winzlow is a fuzzy gnome who loves to travel around Winzlow Nation meeting new friends and having adventures all while gaining knowledge and sharing values with his friends. Winzlow Nation currently consists of books, an animated digital app and games, an e-book, an interactive website, a plush toy, coloring books, posters, and downloadable songs with more on the way.
A “nostalgic” burger and shake concept based in Indianapolis that was founded in 1934 and has stood the test of time. 316 Investments was approached about getting involved with the brand when SNS decided to explore franchising again in 2005 after a long hiatus. 316 took the brand to a new market opening a very successful location in Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina. During our involvement with the brand it was acquired by new ownership. Mr. Willman was the only franchisee asked to join the newly created Office of the Chairman which was chaired by the new owner and current largest shareholder, CEO and Chairman, Sardar Biglari. 316 decided to exit this brand and did so through a very successful sale to a group out of Atlanta, Georgia who has continued to develop the S. Carolina market for SNS.
Willman-Salsbery Investments partners with and provides equity financing to acquirers and developers of high end, smaller scale retail centers in Central Indiana and beyond. These centers service the tenancy needs of national clients such as Qdoba Mexican Grill, Sprint, Blaze Pizza, Sleep Number, Dunkin Donuts, Chipotle Mexican Grill and others. WSI, through it's 316 Investments' restaurant operating subsidiaries, is able to leverage it's expertise and experiences as operators in helping to create successful projects for our tenants and investors vs. simply being a provider of financing. WSI currently operates through a series of successful, long standing relationships with acquirers and developers of retail real estate, but would welcome the opportunity to learn more about your project.
LifeGait, Inc. was incorporated in November of 2015 to leverage the Internet of Things, big data and its patented gait technology to provide health and safety products to the mass market.