Mimeo has recapitalized
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Mimeo has been recapitalized by a group of investors led by the founders and management of the company.
Lincoln International acted as the exclusive financial advisor for Mimeo, working closely with the company’s management team and shareholders throughout the recapitalization process. The terms of the recapitalization were not disclosed.
Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Memphis, TN, Mimeo.com, Inc. (Mimeo) is a disruptive, fully integrated technology platform designed and developed to serve enterprises that need to manage and distribute their complex content globally. Mimeo’s suite of cloud-based applications enable enterprise customers to distribute content in print, digital or blended formats anywhere in the world. In addition to Mimeo’s corporate content management and distribution solution, the company also offers Mimeo Photos, the leading Mac extension for creating photobooks, cards and calendars accessible through the Apple App Store.
Scott Twibell, Managing Director and Co-Head of Lincoln International’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group, commented, “It was a pleasure to work with the Mimeo management team on this important recapitalization. John, David and the rest of the team have built a world-class software platform and unique content distribution solution to service customers globally. We look forward to watching the company continue to innovate and grow under their leadership, both organically and through acquisitions.”
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