In the last 3 years, CID Capital has acquired 1 company. It has also invested in 1 other.
CID Capital’s most common sectors for investment are manufacturing (28%) and consumer products (17%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (50%) and recapitalization (34%). In total, CID Capital has invested in 12 US states.
In the last 3 years, CID Capital has exited 3 companies. The Firm’s most common exit type is secondary buyout (48%). CID Capital’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2013 when it sold Exacq Technologies for $150M.
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CID Capital is a private investment firm that makes both venture capital and private equity investments. CID's private equity practice invests $7 to $15 million of equity capital in lower middle-market companies with $10 to $75 million of revenue and at least $3 million of cash-flow. Funds are generally used to support divestitures, management buyouts, leveraged buyouts, shareholder liquidity, recapitalization, and growth financing. Areas of interest include industrial products and services, general distribution, safety and security products, branded consumer products, medical products and services, building products, and food manufacturing. The Firm prefers investments located within the US. CID Capital was formed in 1981 and is based in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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