Dixon Midland Company’s most common sectors for investment are electrical equipment (50%) and technology hardware (50%). The Firm’s most common investment types include buyout (lbo, mbo, mbi) (100%). In total, Dixon Midland Company has invested in 1 US state.
The Firm’s most common exit type is secondary buyout (67%). Dixon Midland Company’s largest (disclosed) exit occurred in 2009 when it sold Tech for Less for $30M.
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Dixon Midland Company is an alternative investment manager focused on private equity, non-control equity, and hedge fund investment strategies. The Firm's private equity group seeks majority investments in growth-oriented companies with leading market positions and diversified product offerings. Dixon Midland targets profitable companies with at least $4 million of EBITDA and valued between $25 and $100 million. Areas of interest include business services, consumer services, healthcare services, e-commerce, branded products, energy services, and specialty insurance. Dixon Midland was formed in 1997 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
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