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Client Story | Hold Fast avoids fast growth whiplash

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Commercial: Document preparation

While rapid growth is the goal for many businesses, it can come attached to high stakes where companies face make or break situations needing forward planning and management.


Hold Fast Industries was in this position when its Business Development Head, Zack Williams, was referred to Redchip Associate, Zachary Pagliano. Hold Fast is a leading reseller, installer and repairer of innovative, high speed doors used in industries such as logistics, pharmaceutical, food manufacturing and cold storage.

Hold Fast helps clients increase production levels and maintain hygienic conditions, as well as reduce energy expenditure and provide safe working environments. In a tale of two Zac’s, Hold Fast’s Zack Williams described the circumstances that led to the appointment of Redchip:

“We were in an extremely stressful situation driven by our strong growth, that was effectively put to bed once Zac assured us he had put all the procedural requirements in place to take care of my position and the company.

“Zac created documents, policies and procedures specific to Hold Fast that delivered us with a more streamlined approach to all our works, without the lingering worry of “what if” in the back of our minds.”

The documentation developed by Redchip addressed the works in which Hold Fast engages, the clients it deals with and the industry of which it is a part. They facilitated the company through current projects as well as enabling Hold Fast to engage with clients in a more professional manner.

“Everything that Zac has put in place has come in handy, even in anticipating sticky situations that, without his forward thinking and planning, would have exposed us to serious damage.

“A good legal team is hard to find, and I believe that Zac and Redchip are undoubtedly always looking out for our best interests and not just treating us like another number.”

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