Factum Factor is an investment, product design and brand development firm focused on funding, building and managing world class companies that bring innovative, leading edge products to market at a high value to consumers and clients. We create organizations in underserved markets that combine a unique merchandise mix of custom designed, exclusive, innovative products and high end, boutique product offerings at competitive price points. Factum Factor is constantly working to bring better, higher quality products to the consumer retail and business-to-business markets and currently does so through our portfolio companies Brio, Elevated Chill, Kokomo Cove Company, Primo Pup as well as within exclusive consulting engagements.


Simply put, our name says it all – we ACT on projects and opportunities to both get it done for our clients and to enhance the lives of consumers.


FACTUM, Latin for “done”, combines with the many English meanings of Factor to describe what we do:


FACTOR, noun


1. One of the elements contributing to a particular result or situation.


2. Mathematics. One of two or more numbers, algebraic expressions, or the like, that when multiplied together produce a given product; a divisor.


3. Biochemistry. Any of certain substances necessary to a biochemical or physiological process, especially those whose exact nature and function are unknown.


4. A business organization that lends money on accounts receivable or buys and collects accounts receivable.


5. A person who acts or transacts business for another; an agent.


6. An agent entrusted with the possession of goods to be sold in the agent’s name; a merchant earning a commission by selling goods belonging to others.


7. A person or business organization that provides money for another’s new business venture; one who finances another’s business.


8. A resource or input entering the production of wealth, such as land, labour, capital, etc.


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