Case Study: Art Fairs Service

Case Study: Mobilly

Case Study: Bioreactors.net

     ACTIVE PORTFOLIO

HansamatrixElectronics
www.hansamatrix.com

2019 
Corle OU Telecommunications https://www.corle.ee/en/ 2019 
Biotehniskais centrs                Manufacture of bioreactorshttp://bioreactors.net/                   2016
Mobilly Fintechwww.mobilly.lv 
2016 
KOOL LatvijaRetailhttp://kool.lv/
2016
Banga
Food http://banga-seafood.com 2016 
WT TerminalLogistics
https://www.wt-terminal.lv/
2016 
Nordic Group
Education technologyhttp://nti.lv
2016 
Dardedze HologrāfijaPrinting househttp://www.dardedze.lv/2015
CS GamesIThttps://forecaster.lv2015
Mārupes MetālmeistarsMetal working http://www.metalmaster.lv/2015
RāndaFood http://fisheroscar.com2015
Baltic Dairy BoardDairywww.bdb.lv
2015
Ecolutions
ESCO http://atkaljaunsnams.lv
2014 

                                                                                                      EXITS

Since inception in 2005 we have made 19 exits. Just to mention a few: 

Stream Networks (fund ZGI-1). This outstanding telecommunication company showed excellent growth rate and made two M&A deals acquiring LATNET and Telecentrs. The transactions resulted in the creation of the country's second-largest provider of telecommunications services in the corporate segment. The company's 100% capital shares are now owned by the mobile operator “Bite Latvija”.

Art Fairs Service (fund ZGI-3). The investment fueled rapid geographic expansion in Belgium, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, England, Denmark, United Kingdom, Spain and Latvia. 99% of revenue comes from export. The deal received Latvian private equity and venture capital association award “Exit of the Year 2017”.

Uprent  (fund ZGI-3). The company is the leading provider of pumps and pumping systems rental services in Eastern Europe with branches in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland. ZGI's investment supported growth and helped to raise next round of venture capital investment.

Latvāņi (fund ZGI-3).  The company is one of the flagships in the Latvian timber industry. The fund made large-scale investments in production development, expanding the range of products, thus increasing automation levels and profitability.

Naco Technologies (fund ZGI-2). The innovative nano-coating technology company was acquired by Germany's largest private company, Schaffler Group, which is the world's leading supplier to automotive and other industries. The deal received Latvian private equity and venture capital association award “Exit of the Year 2015”.

Premium Medical (fund ZGI-1). The leading premium-class clinic in Latvia with more than 100 specialists. This is the first medical institution in Latvia in the premium clinics segment, it was able to survive and develop through a period of economic downturn.


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