Meritech Capital Partners has led a $30 million investment in Hybris Software, which expects to go public later this year.
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Huntsman Gay Global Capital has appointed Jim Learner as a managing partner. The middle-market private equity has also promoted three current executives to principal.
Validas, a global mobile intelligence provider has received backing from middle market private equity firm Huntsman Gay Global Capital. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. PRESS RELEASE Validas, the world leader in global mobile intelligence, announced today that it has received a strategic investment from Huntsman Gay Global Capital, a leading middle market private [...]
Hybris, which is backed by Huntsman Gay Global, will likely sell a stake to an outside investor before it goes public.
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Middle-market buyout shop Huntsman Gay Global Capital has acquired Citadel Plastics Holdings Inc., a maker of specialty compounds for applications in the automotive, health care, electrical, appliance and construction markets. Citadel is based in West Chicago, Illinois. Terms of the acquisition were not released. PRESS RELEASE Huntsman Gay Global Capital, a leading middle market private [...]
Just weeks after selling Mama Rosa’s, Plaza Belmont has exited Casa de Oro Foods, a tortilla maker, for $20 million.
Gruma Corp., which owns Mission Tortillas, is buying all of Casa de Oro including the company’s tortilla production assets, inventories, brand and customer lists. Plaza Belmont, which had a majority stake, is selling its holding. Others exiting include MidStates Capital, Kansas Venture Capital, Midwest Venture Capital and Lewis & Clark Holdings, and Bank Midwest of Kansas City, according to a statement.
“It was 100% sale of all the assets,” says Bob Parnow, Plaza Belmont’s president and COO. “We are out of the tortilla business.”
E-commerce software company iCongo, which is backed my middle-market private equity investor Huntsman Gay Global Capital, has completed its merger with Hybris, a commerce software company. The companies’ management teams and shareholders invested alongside Huntsman Gay to retain a significant minority ownership stake. Terms of the deal were not released. The new company will operate under the Hybris name.