KarpReilly, LLC, a Greenwich, CT-based private investment firm focused on the consumer sector, closed a $200M fund.
According to a regulatory form filed with the SEC, seven investors participated in the offering of KarpReilly Capital Partners III, L.P..
Founded by Allan Karp and Chris Reilly, KarpReilly is an investment firm focused on premier small to mid-size growth companies operating in the consumer sector in areas as:
– Retail, e-commerce, direct-to-consumer
– Branded consumer products
– Food and beverage
– Natural products; LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability)
Over the past 15 years, KarpReilly has invested in over 25 growth companies including Adrianna Papell, Bob’s Discount Funiture, Boxycharm, Burger Lounge, Café Rio, Café Zupas, Charlotte Russe Comark, Dollar Tree, Eblens, Eureka, Fitlife, Hugo Naturals, Kevita, Linksoul, Lifeaid Baverage, Marie Callendar’s, Mack Weldon, Miller’s Ale House, Mimi’s Cafè, Mouth, Burger Lounge, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Patxi’s, Point6, Raen, Rue21, Spindrift, Sprinkles, Stio, Superba, Targus, Taylor Gourmet, The Habit Burger Grill, Tommy Bahama, Trina Turk, and Zola.
The firm’s team also includes Adam Burgoon, partner, Billy Logan, partner, Andrew Keating, COO and CPO, Ajay Natrajan, CFO, Hank Spring, principal, Ryan Greene, vice president, Rich Reuter (CFA), senior associate, Drew Skolnik, associate, Shane Owens, associate, Nathish Gokuladas, associate, and Will Mooney, associate.