ThreeSixty Group has received a significant investment from AEA Investors
Lincoln International (“Lincoln”), a leading global mid-market investment bank, is pleased to announce that ThreeSixty Group, Ltd (“ThreeSixty” or the “Company”), a founder-led company and a portfolio investment of Brentwood Associates, has received a significant investment from AEA Investors LP. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
ThreeSixty is a high-growth company that ideates, designs, sources and sells consumer products bundled under curated merchandise programs to the largest U.S. retailers. The Company utilizes a cross-category product portfolio (including children’s products, electronics, home, etc.) to develop merchandise programs for its retail customers, as opposed to selling individual items. These programs use cohesive packaging and brands to group best-of-category products into highly attractive merchandise assortments that upgrade the visual appeal of retailers’ in-store environments. With high-quality products and traffic-driving price points enabled by the Company’s vertically integrated China sourcing organization, ThreeSixty creates exceptional value for consumers. For retailers, these merchandise programs drive increased foot traffic and sell-through, while generating exceptional margins.
Lincoln acted as the exclusive sell-side advisor to ThreeSixty, working closely with the management team and shareholders throughout the sale process to provide advisory expertise and manage the marketing, due diligence and negotiation phases of the transaction.
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