This article presents our research findings for our global private equity investors database. Using our database and keyword crawler, we have created a list of private equity investors who refer to terms related to consumer goods on their websites. The extensive and comprehensive Excel list is a valuable resource to connect with the most relevant investors in the mentioned industry.
The Swedish market for consumer goods is expected to experience a growth rate of 2.66% between 2023 and 2028, ultimately resulting in a market volume of around €11.21 billion by 2028. In this article, we are introducing three interesting consumer-goods-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based consumer goods private equity investors list.
1. EQT Partners GmbH (Stockholm)
EQT Partners, a Stockholm-headquartered private equity firm, has been investing for over 30 years in various locations, industries, and approaches. The company’s portfolio firms have grown on average by 7% in terms of employees, 17% in revenue, and 18% in EBITDA annually during the last five years. Since 2016, Eton, a leading global premium men’s shirt brand, offering shirts and directly linked accessories, has been included in the fund EQT VII of the investment company. Eton operates in a substantial and durable niche of the clothing market, with loyal customers who return for the products’ essential features and excellent customer loyalty. The high-end men’s shirt market demonstrates structural expansion and provides more extensive protection against conventional apparel risks.
2. Trill Impact (Stockholm)
Trill Impact, an impact house based in Stockholm, manages approximately €1.2 billion in assets. The company invests in potential entrepreneurs, ground-breaking start-ups, and existing businesses while supporting those capable of delivering environmental and social impact alongside competitive financial profits. Trill Impact operates as a team of around 50 experienced professionals based in the Nordics, Germany, Luxembourg, and USA.
3. Summa Equity (Stockholm)
Summa Equity is a Stockholm-based private equity investment firm managing three live funds. Since 2016, the company has operated in several investment sectors.
Included in Summa Equity Fund II is Holdbart, a surplus food retailer that saves excess produce that suppliers are unable to sell to conventional grocery chains and retailers. Holdbart sells food items that are discontinued, overstocked, close to their expiry date, or have old or faulty labels in physical stores and on their website. Customers can take advantage of remarkable discounts.
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