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Human Capital Institute, Inc.

Overview

Date Founded
2004
Headquarters
1110 Main Street, Suite 200, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Industries
Human Resources & Personnel Services

Holding Companies
Company Description
Human Capital Institute, Inc. provides strategic talent management services for professionals and executives. Its network includes practitioners, government agencies, global consultants, and business schools. The company was founded by Michael Foster in 2004 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH.
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Chief Executive Officer

Chairman & Interim Chief Executive Officer

Executive Director-Sales

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Marketing Officer

Chief Learning Officer

Executive Vice President, Corporate Solutions & Global Partnerships

Senior Vice President, Community Engagement

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Learning

Senior Vice President, Marketing
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Recent Transactions

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Education Growth Partners LLC, Education Growth LLC purchase Human Capital Institute, Inc.

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Investors

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Education Growth Partners (EGP) provides growth capital to proven, profitable, high-potential, growth-stage companies in the educational services sector. The firm invests across a wide range of business models that include, but are not limited to: (1) publishers and content providers (2) technology-based solutions and services (3) education institutions and organizations and (4) educational services companies. They seek to invest in companies with revenues of at least $5 million. Minimum investments range from $5 million to $7 million, with maximum investments up to $30 million. EGP's funds are primarily used for growth capital, minority recapitalizations, majority recapitalizations and growth buyouts. The firm only invests in companies whose solutions meet one or more of the following societal benefit criteria: (1) the solution improves educational outcomes (2) the solution improves the prospects of employability or (3) the solution enables educational institutions to run more efficiently, allowing improved allocation towards educational resources.
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Source Capital makes equity investments in mature, private, small-cap companies with EBITDA of at least $1.5 million. Exceptions may be made for distressed businesses that have a history of operating at or above this level. Investments are primarily in the form of management-backed leveraged acquisitions, recapitalizations and growth financings but may also include platform acquisitions, family management buyouts and distressed acquisitions. Source Capital focuses on value creation through growth, business development and operational improvement rather than through financial engineering or excessive leverage.Source Capital's industry focus includes business services, distribution/supply, healthcare and light manufacturing. They also consider businesses that are complimentary to their portfolio holdings. This includes: (1) heavy equipment rental (2) ambulance businesses (particularly those with a non-emergency focus) (3) manufacturers of storage items (i.e. sheds), furniture, play sets and other large items to be built or installed in the backyard (4) metal and plastic hardware and accessories for use in the apparel business (5) coffee roasters, wholesalers and retailers and (6) businesses that serve the nuclear power industry including waste processing and storage.

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