Sherpa Capital has won the award after the sale of its majority stake in Indo to the private equity firm Ergon Capital Partners. During Sherpa Capital's investment period, Indo grew double-digit in the highest value-added segment and went from a complex situation to becoming the independent leader in Spain, Portugal and Morocco
This alliance is part of Sherpa Capital's strategic plan for Hedonai: to double its network of centres with 40 new openings until 2021 through the implementation of a buy & build strategy
With a presence in nine countries, Luxiona generated over 60 million euros in sales last year.
Sherpa Capital leads an investment plan of more than 20 million euros. With growth of more than 50%, the coworking sector is contributing to deep social change, where the search for flexibility is key.
The incorporation of ANNA LLOP DISSENY, S.A. reinforces the presence of the group in the world of bathing and sports, both in the fast-fashion sector and in traditional fashion.
Indo is the leading Spanish company in the manufacture of ophthalmic lenses and distribution of medical equipment for the ophthalmic sector
The new vehicle, Sherpa Private Equity, has investment commitments worth 150 million euros.
RITEX incorporation enhances and complements the products and services of Dogi Spain, the Group’s elastic fabrics production division.
NCA (for Spanish name “Navarra de Colorantes y Aditivos”) is a company engaged in Masterbatches manufacturing: plastic colouration and additives for the plastic industry.
Hedonai is the leading company in medical-aesthetic treatments and laser hair removal, with more than 230 staff members, 300,000 clients, and 34 company-owned centers.
Bustarmex is a Spanish company engaged in womenswear design and in the management of the logistics and production process. In 2016 its turnover amounted to € 1.8 million.
The incorporation of QTT strengthens the design and production division in Grupo Dogi’s pronto-moda segment.
This acquisition revives Dogi’s strategy, expanding its activity and bringing the company closer to major clients, thus significantly increasing its turnover.
Will enable to meet the growing demand for products. Adds to the € 2 million investment made into Indo plants in Spain and Morocco.
The project conceived by Sherpa Capital relies upon the idea of building-up an important pan-European player through organic growth and a “buy and build” process.
The Polibol-Bolfor Group, dedicated to the manufacture of flexible packaging, employs 150 people and has a turnover of around 40 million euros.
Thanks to Sherpa Capital investment, 131 employees will keep their current jobs.