Recognizing a trusted partner for bootstrapped B2B software, technology-enabled and services companies generating $5M to $25M in revenues
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 27, 2020
Argentum is pleased to announce that it has been named to Inc.’s 2020 List of Top 50 Founder-Friendly Private Equity Firms.
According to Inc., the list serves as a go-to guide for entrepreneurs who want to grow their companies while retaining an ownership stake, and recognizes 50 firms that (i) entrepreneurs can trust, collaborate with on new strategies, and look to help in financing acquisitions during these uncertain times, and (ii) have a successful track record of backing entrepreneurs. Inc. went straight to the source to compile the list: entrepreneurs who have sold to private equity. Founders filled out a questionnaire about their experiences partnering with private equity firms and shared data on how their portfolio companies have grown during these partnerships. To see the complete list, go to http://www.inc.com/private-equity
Argentum is proud to have invested in, and partnered with, outstanding founder-led companies who are making an impact in their market sectors, including Chrome River, Flightdocs, Hanweck, LAUNCH, Mediant, NuORDER, Resonate Networks, Centercode, QPS, and TransForce. See what founders have to say about Argentum at http://www.argentumgroup.com/testimonials
Argentum is a New York-based growth equity firm that partners with entrepreneurial owners to build industry-leading B2B software, technology-enabled and business services companies. The firm invests in companies with revenues of $5 million to $25 million, providing capital to accelerate growth, fund acquisitions and / or generate shareholder liquidity. Argentum is actively investing out of its fourth fund, Argentum Capital Partners IV, LP. Over its 30-year history, Argentum has invested in 87 companies and supported nearly 200 add-on acquisitions. Argentum fills the growing gap between early stage venture capital investors and later stage growth equity firms by targeting bootstrapped companies seeking $5 million to $15 million of equity capital.