Teakwood Capital has sold The Whitley Printing Group. The company is a commercial printing business and formerly a division of TWG Solutions LLC.
Teakwood Capital, a Dallas, Texas private equity firm is pleased to announce that The Whitley Printing Group, a leading Austin commercial printer, formerly a division of TWG Solutions LLC, has been sold to another commercial printing company with a national footprint.
“We appreciated Teakwood’s support and help in accelerating the growth of The Whitley Group”, said Kevin Cassis, The Whitley Group’s president, who will now serve as president of the new combined company.
Teakwood Capital continues to own and aggressively fund the growth of TWG Plus, an industry-leading higher education marketing technology company. TWG Plus delivers analytical and predictive insight on prospective students to colleges and universities, providing real-time visibility of campaign progress, objective metrics and the ability to continually fine-tune campaign success to achieve optimal enrollment results. This allows colleges and universities to build individualized relationships and make informed marketing decisions that are aligned with their branding, development and enrollment goals.
“TWG Plus will continue to deliver market-leading operational efficiencies to the Higher Education Market through a full range of products and services,” said Shawn Kelly, Managing Director of Teakwood Capital. “With this transaction, the Company will further accelerate its development of products to satisfy the needs of a loyal and quickly growing customer base.”
About Teakwood Capital
Teakwood Capital is a Dallas, Texas private equity firm, that provides provides comprehensive equity financing in support of management teams aspiring to buy and grow companies. The firm’s Managing Directors bring over 160 years of combined operational and financial expertise to assist companies in reaching their full potential. Teakwood invests primarily in profitable businesses in Texas and neighboring states, with revenues under $25 Million.