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September 30, 2013 The Solis Minute

CEO Pearl of Wisdom

"Continuous learning does not stop when becoming a CEO…..only the perspective changes to learning how to integrate multiple disciplines that have different cultures all the while being able to process diverse and complex information."

Vince Monteparte, CEO Miro Technologies - a former Solis portfolio company

September 9, 2013

Virgin Media Chooses gen-E’s Resolve Event Management Automation Solution

gen-E , a Solis Capital Partners portfolio company, announced that Virgin Media has selected the company’s Resolve Event Management software to decrease operational costs and improve network uptime.

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September 2013 SmartBusiness (Los Angeles)

Dan Lubeck: Working with a new investor/partner

Four critical steps to help your company achieve success

If your company is sold in part or whole, there will be change. It is inevitable and generally sought. It is hard, particularly if the company was yours.

Read the article in SmartBusiness

July 24, 2013

Solis Capital Partners Fully Realizes Its First Fund Through The Sale of Tigers Ltd. to GeoPost S.A.

Transaction contributes to superior Solis I returns

Solis Capital Partners (Solis), a lower middle-market private equity firm, today announced the sale of its majority interest in Tigers Ltd. (Tigers), a global transportation and logistics provider, to GeoPost S.A. (GeoPost), Europe’s second largest express parcel carrier.

Read entire press release on PR Newswire

May 1, 2013

Solis Capital Partners closes Fund II

Fundamentals-based investment approach garners investor support

NEWPORT BEACH, CA – May 1, 2013 – Solis Capital Partners (Solis), a lower middle-market private equity firm, today announced the closing of its second fund, Solis II, at $61 million in capital commitments.

Read entire press release on PR Newswire
Read story in Orange County Business Journal

May 2013 SmartBusiness (Los Angeles County; Orange County)

Craig Dupper: Four mistakes business owners make when preparing their company for sale

The old term "putting lipstick on a pig" refers to prettying up a mediocre asset right before you want to sell it. Prior to marketing, the seller makes changes that cause things to look better than they really are under the surface. There is little difference between a cheap paint job on a used car to hide rust or new carpet in a house to cover cracks in the foundation and short-term cosmetic changes at a company justified as "preparing for sale."

Read article in Smart Business
March 2013

Dan Lubeck : Critical Mass for Business with Ric Franzi

Dan Lubeck discusses the role private equity plays in helping small businesses unlock their true potential and how business owners can develop a framework to determine their firm's value.


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