Bloomberg Article Link: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-28/venture-fund-manager-has-100-million-for-startups-run-by-women
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Link to the Buyoutsinsider article: https://www.buyoutsinsider.com/women-in-pe-10-rock-stars-who-are-the-faces-of-private-equitys-future/
Link to article in PE Hub: https://www.pehub.com/the-need-for-women-in-higher-places/
Link to article: https://www.pionline.com/consultants/aksia-acquire-torreycove
Link to the article: https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/mergers-acquisitions-names-the-2020-most-influential-women-in-mid-market-m-a-1028766776
Chicago, IL – November 19, 2019 – Kinzie Capital Partners LLC (“Kinzie”), a Chicago based private equity firm, announced that through an affiliated entity it has acquired Colony Display LLC (“Colony”, or the “Company”), headquartered in Elgin, IL. The transaction was...
Link to WSJ article: Congratulations PEWIN members Melissa Dickerson, Suzanne Yoon and Caroline Young
Aruwa Capital Management (“Aruwa”), a West Africa focused Private Equity co-investment vehicle, has completed its first investment, in Wemy Industries Limited (the “Company”), Nigeria’s first and only indigenous personal hygiene company. Wemy manufactures high-quality and affordable daily, disposable, personal hygiene products predominantly for women and infants, including sanitary pads, maternity pads and baby diapers.
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