In the last 3 years, Boathouse Capital has invested in 9 companies.
Boathouse Capital’s most common sectors for investment are business services (18%) and software (15%). The Firm’s most common investment types include growth capital (74%) and recapitalization (9%). In total, Boathouse Capital has invested in 15 US states. Its largest (disclosed) acquisition occurred in 2012 when it acquired Atomic Learning for $19M.
In the last 3 years, Boathouse Capital has exited 9 companies. The Firm’s most common exit type is trade sale (56%). Boathouse Capital’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2017 when it sold Convene for $68M.
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Boathouse Capital is a provider of mezzanine and equity capital to lower middle-market companies in a variety of industries. The Firm works in partnership with management teams and private equity firms in funding private equity sponsored buyouts, management buyouts, recapitalizations, refinancings, and growth capital financings. Boathouse can commit up to $15 million per transaction and generally pursues companies with 'exceptional' management, sustainable competitive advantages, growing end markets, 'sticky' business models, and diversified customers. Boathouse seeks companies with at least $10 million in revenues and at least $2 million of EBITDA. Boathouse is base in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
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