Online video gaming, pc enthusiast and tech hardware retailer, Mwave has attracted leading SME investor Anacacia to join its share register. The management team and Right Click Capital will both continue as investors alongside Anacacia. Management team members will continue in their executive roles but with access to a broader investor base and board to support their growth plans.
PUMP HAIRCARE is poised to continue its rapid growth in beauty e-commerce after securing a cornerstone investment from leading investors, Anacacia Capital.
Sureway Employment and Training is pleased to announce a significant investment by Private Equity company Anacacia Capital which will enable further growth of this large regionally based organisation.
Direct Couriers has attracted Anacacia Capital onto its share register. Direct Couriers are a fast-growing provider of courier and logistics services in Australia and New Zealand.
Root Partnerships is pleased to announce a major investment by investors Anacacia Capital, confirming its intention to further expand its project management and advisory services footprint in the infrastructure and property sectors.
RISsafety has successfully completed a secondary management buyout. The management team led by the CEO and Chairman will continue to lead the business with no day to day change for staff, customers and suppliers. New equity partner to the management team, Bricktop Group, acquired the entire equity stake of majority shareholder, Anacacia Capital.
Anacacia assisted its portfolio company Acculec complete the acquisition of All Round Supplies (ARS). See here for the article from the Australian Financial Review.
ARS helps doubles the size of Acculec to >$50m revenues. ARS' Executive Director, Earl Palfrey, rolled through the majority of his shares into Acculec and continues to run the ARS division.
Consumer goods giant George Weston Foods has snapped up Anacacia backed chilled dips and snacks maker Yumi's Quality Foods.
Private equity firm Anacacia Capital has snapped up a majority stake in technology and parking meter group Duncan Technologies to capitalise on a shift to smarter cities.
Anacacia Capital is confident succession planning and growth strategies at small and medium businesses will drive its future investments, after the private equity firm tapped strong demand to raise a $300 million fund.
Australia’s mid-market companies remain optimistic about their future according to a recent research study undertaken by Fairfax Media in partnership with KPMG Enterprise.
Sydney-based mid-market firm Anacacia Capital is set to launch its third Australia focused fund targeting A$300 million ($240 million; €195 million) by the end of the first quarter.
Growth fund Anacacia Capital has signed the year's first Australian private equity deal, agreeing terms for a majority stake in privately owned fire sprinklers and alarm systems business Force Fire.
The small end of the listed market might not snare the headlines but it’s a hotly contested sector among the nation’s fund managers.
The Mercer index of 54 small and microcap public equity managers is a closely watched measure of performance that is scrutinised by the industry.
Entrepreneur and fund manager Jeremy Samuel saw an opportunity in the small business market, and risked everything to make it happen.
Yumi’s Quality Foods has continued its rapid expansion in the chilled food sector with the takeover of Australian Vegie Gourmet.
Read how Anacacia Capital took a local technology company onto the international playing field. Appen supports major companies to build products that have a linguistic component, such as search engines and anything with voice technology. Anacacia helped the company hire staff outside Australia, identify potential international partners and helped it list on the ASX in 2015.
Jim Bindon discusses Big River ahead of its IPO
Private equity backed timber and building products manufacturer and distributor Big River is headed to the ASX-boards in an underwritten initial public offering via Taylor Collison.
Australia's fastest-growing startup has benefited from a slowing economy where businesses are keen to cut operating costs.
Language and search services provider Appen has increased its revenue by 62 per cent to $82.7 million for the 2015 full year on the back of customers converting from pilot programs to paying users.
Diversified building products company, Big River Group, today announced the purchase of the business by Big River Industries, a company owned by Anacacia Capital and the Big River senior management team.
Contrary to popular opinion, private equity-backed floats, and particularly those at the smaller end of the market, have fared well for punters this year.
Strong customer growth from web search, social media and eCommerce businesses has pushed language and search data services company Appen's net profit after tax up 28 per cent to $2.68 million for the first half.
Australia’s small and medium-sized enterprises are increasingly seeking capital to grow, with private equity firm Anacacia Capital seeing more than 500 opportunities over the past year.