Tyler Tysdal: Portfolio Company Experiences Successful Exit
TitleCard Capital Group recently had another successful portfolio company exit, according to Tyler Tysdal, manager of TitleCard Capital Group.
Los Angeles, CA (PRUnderground) June 18th, 2019
TitleCard Capital, a leading private equity firm, further proved its superiority in the industry by recently having yet another successful portfolio company exit last month, according to Tyler Tysdal, the co-founder and managing partner of TitleCard Capital Group, located in Denver.
TitleCard has extensive experience with successful exits with major finance companies. The portfolio company that recently exited is a leading provider of software for visual communications that are enterprise grade. This company recently announced its entry into a partnership with a top-notch investment firm whose focus is on software-, technology-, and data-related businesses. The investment firm collaborates with companies’ management teams to drive operational excellence, thus helping these companies to take advantage of growth opportunities that are sustainable, impact, and innovation in the various markets in which they operate.
Under the guidance of Tysdal, TitleCard took part in a secondary sale of the firm’s ownership in the portfolio company as part of a strategic partnership. Tysdal said TitleCard recognized the portfolio company’s potential during the early stages, and as a result, the firm is glad to provide the company with an extremely successful exit for investors. According to Tysdal, a part of his firm’s thesis regarding investment is to generate growth capital for promising and emerging businesses that have found themselves in “high-growth” phases. The firm’s main goal is to reach critical mass as well as enable such strategic opportunities as the portfolio company’s successful exit.
TitleCard stands out in the minds of today’s venture capitalist by merging the powerful influence of industry executives, artists, and athletes to produce attractive returns in any portfolio company that can benefit from TitleCard’s team of management experts. TitleCard is also attractive in that it possesses influencers who are high profile, along with a unique, winning strategic approach.
TitleCard’s focus is on investing in or buying out companies that are cash flow positive; in other words, these companies have proven that their individual business models work. TitleCard also focuses on businesses that are in the earlier stages of their growth, as the company is confident that it can add value to these businesses through effective marketing mediums, public relations, and social media.
In its efforts to generate risk-adjusted returns for portfolio companies, TitleCard has zeroed in on the industries of hospitality, entertainment, media, health/wellness, specialty finance, consumer services and products, and technology. However, the private equity firm is open to investing in all industries. The company works to activate portfolio companies’ and investors’ brands via relationships with important branding and marketing companies. It is specifically passionate about taking a majority stake in any investment.
For individuals to work with TitleCard, they must be accredited investors. For people to be considered accredited investors, their net worth must exceed a million dollars either individually or jointly with a spouse, excluding a primary residence’s value. Alternatively, they must have earned more than $200,000 a year during the past two years, or they must have joint incomes of $300,000 during this two-year period and expect to earn the same amount in the coming year.
Denver-based TitleCard Capital Group, which made its debut in July of 2015, has extra offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Los Angeles, California; and Chicago, Illinois.
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