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Cadence Capital Partners
Offices: Boston, Massachusetts
Cadence Capital Partners was founded by a group of highly successful entrepreneurs, operating executives and investors who are passionate about building and growing small to mid-sized companies. Cadence Capital’s sole purpose is to identify, acquire and operate profitable service businesses with potential for long-term growth and annual revenues ranging from $5 to $50 million.
CAG Investments
Offices: Austin, Texas
CAG Investments was founded in 2008 with the strategy of investing in, acquiring, and growing a portfolio of technology-based software and service solutions companies. CAG has assembled a highly capable and proven management team with decades of experience and success in investments, mergers and acquisitions, integrations, financing transactions, operations, turnarounds, and divestitures.
CAI Private Equity
Offices: New York, New York
Founded in 1989, CAI is a private equity firm specializing in buyouts, restructurings, acquisitions, recapitalizations and other corporate growth initiatives. Their broad operational and financial expertise and ready access to capital position them as a valued partner for proven, motivated management teams. They acquire significant ownership positions in North American companies, then fully utilize their firm's extensive experience and resources to achieve strategic objectives.
Offices: San Francisco, California
CalCEF is a $30 million nonprofit venture capital fund formed in 2004 to accelerate the development of promising early-stage clean energy technologies. CalCEF is a non-profit entity, but makes for-profit investments in commercially viable companies via a range of partnerships. Profits will be reinvested to further support the mission of accelerating clean technology development.

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Calera Capital
Offices: San Francisco, California & Boston, Massachusetts
Founded in 1991, Calera Capital, formerly known as Fremont Partners, is a private investment partnership which has invested $2 billion of equity in 25 investments. Calera invests across a diverse range of industries, including financial services, business services, food and consumer, healthcare, building products, and industrial manufacturing. Calera Capital makes substantial equity investments in operating companies, typically with enterprise values up to $1 billion.
California Technology Ventures
Offices: Pasadena, California
California Technology Ventures helps emerging technology companies grow and thrive. Located near scientific, educational, entertainment, multi-media and creative centers, CTV is ideally placed to help new technology companies participate in the ideas and energy created by Southern California's dynamic confluence of science, education and media.
Callisto Capital
Offices: Toronto, Ontario
Callisto Capital is a private equity team with a focus on creating value and success through partnerships with high-potential enterprises. They are committed to working with talented management teams to build profitable and sustainable industry-leading businesses. The diverse team at Callisto Capital looks beyond finance. As partners, they help management teams determine the best strategies, find solutions to their business challenges, and define their competitive advantage.
Caltius Private Equity
Offices: Los Angeles, California
Caltius Equity Partners has partnered with a select group of seasoned, successful operating executives with many years of hands-on experience. These executives have worked with them as day-to-day portfolio company operating executives and/or as directors of their portfolio companies. They employ a strategic approach to investing.
Calvert Street Capital Partners (CSCP)
Offices: Baltimore, Maryland
CSCP’s private equity business engages in one activity—buying and building businesses in partnership with operating management. They acquire controlling interests in companies through leveraged acquisitions, recapitalizations and growth capital transactions. CSCP seeks to achieve superior long-term rates of return on their investments by focusing on earnings growth of their portfolio companies.