ePrize, a Pleasant Ridge, Michigan-based company that specializes in mobile, social and Web campaigns and was acquired last summer by the private equity firm Catterton Partners, is itself announcing an acquisition. Under terms that aren’t being disclosed, ePrize has purchased Promotions.com, a company that offers brand contents and other “consumer-activation tactic.” The move marks ePrize’s fifth acquisition is less than two years.
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Fixtures Living has announced a strategic partnership with Catterton Partners. The partnership will support the expansion of the company throughout the United States. Fixtures Living is a retail concept specializing in providing customers a tailored assortment of premium lifestyle products for the home. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Catterton Partners has apparently sold LittleMissMatched. Earlier this week, Delta Galil Industries said it had acquired the trademarks of LittleMissMatched.
Consumer-focused private equity firm Catterton Partners has acquired ePrize, a mobile, social and web campaign business. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. PRESS RELEASE ePrize LLC, the leader in digital engagement specializing in mobile, social and web campaigns, today announced that it was acquired by Catterton Partners, the leading consumer-focused private equity firm. This [...]
Palladium Equity, which is out marketing for its fourth fund, has so far raised about 25%.
Tengram Capital Partners has appointed Brian Thorne and Erlina Yeo as senior associates. Both join from consumer-focused private equity firm Catterton Partners. PRESS RELEASE Tengram Capital Partners LLC (“TCP”), a private equity firm that focuses on investing in middle-market consumer companies that own strong recognizable brands, today announced that both Brian Thorne and Erlina Yeo [...]
Restoration Hardware Holdings is eyeing a market debut in late summer or early fall, roughly a year after filing for a $150 million initial public offering, writes Reuters. Private equity firms Catterton Partners and Tower Three Partners, along with Restoration Hardware chief executive Gary Friedman, bought a controlling equity stake in Restoration Hardware in 2008. [...]
Thomas H. Lee’s equity investment in Party City may surprise you.
Catterton Partners is officially out marketing for their seventh buyout fund while Water Street Healthcare is talking to LPs about their third pool.