Centerplate, Inc.

Centerplate, Inc.

Centerplate, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

1929

Headquarters

1 Landmark Square,18th floor,Stamford, CT 06901

Type of Company

Private

Industries

Social Interest
Restaurants

Company Description

Centerplate, Inc. engages in provision of food and hospitality services to sports, convention centers and entertainment venues. It offers quick serve, dining, catering, restaurants, shopping and merchandise, sales and marketing, architectural, design and build, research, consulting, strategy and talent management services. The company was founded in 1929 and is headquartered in Stamford, CT.

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Executives & Employees

President & Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President

Chief Marketing Officer

Chief Legal Officer

Chief Talent Officer

Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President, Hospitality Services

Senior Vice President-Convention Centers

Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President

Board of Directors

Managing Partner at Kohlberg & Company LLC

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Recent Transactions
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Sodexo SA purchases Centerplate, Inc. from Olympus Advisors LLC, Audax Mezzanine

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Centerplate, Inc. purchases Heritage Portfolio Ltd.

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Centerplate, Inc., Olympus Advisors LLC purchase Lindley Catering Ltd.

Transaction Advisors
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Advised onKohlberg & Company LLC purchases Centerplate, Inc.

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Advised onSodexo SA purchases Centerplate, Inc. from Olympus Advisors LLC, Audax Mezzanine

Investment Advisor

Advised onKohlberg & Company LLC purchases Centerplate, Inc.

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Advised onKohlberg & Company LLC purchases Centerplate, Inc.

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Advised onKohlberg & Company LLC purchases Centerplate, Inc.

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Advised onKohlberg & Company LLC purchases Centerplate, Inc.

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

Partner at Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Legal Advisor

Partner at Ropes & Gray LLP

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Partner at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

Clients

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Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Political Donations
$4,000
2013
$3,000
2010
$2,000
2010
Investors
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Audax Mezzanine focuses on investments in middle-market companies operating across a broad range of sectors in the US. The firm typically invest in companies with revenue & cash flow stability, defensible market positions, experienced management teams, and strong equity sponsorship. Audax Mezzanine participates in a variety of types of transactions including provides mezzanine financing for LBOs, MBOs, recapitalizations, & refinancing and acquisition capital requirements with an investment size of up to $125 million, up to $175 million for unitranche, and EBITDA between $10 to $50 million for senior debt and acts as the lead investor. It also makes co-investments with limited partners.

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KC's primary focus is on traditional middle-market manufacturing and service companies. Historically, the firm has not invested in companies that are in sectors such as technology and emerging telecommunications. They believe that established companies with recognized industrial or consumer brands and sizable market shares offer attractive platforms for long-term growth and profit optimization.The firm has also made selected investments in food, healthcare and service businesses where it perceived attractive opportunities. KC also seeks companies where an equity infusion can reduce excessive leverage that is inhibiting operations and limiting growth.

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Olympus Advisors focuses on investments in the following sectors: business services, logistics/transportation services, healthcare manufacturing, healthcare services, financial services, consumer and restaurants, software and information technology services. The firm seeks to invest in companies with the potential for significant growth through the introduction of new products, expansion into new geographical regions, enhancing direct sales efforts, accessing new indirect sales channels or acquiring complementary products or businesses. They also look for companies with strong management teams and dominant market positions. Olympus focuses on investments in market-leading companies with established, dominant markets positions in defensible niche.For growth capital investments, Olympus invests in companies that have demonstrated market acceptance of their products or services and that have proven business models and sound plans for growth. The firm looks for market-leading companies with a dominant position in a defensible market niche. At the time the firm invests, a company must be generating meaningful revenues and, if not yet profitable, must be capable of achieving breakeven within a short time under reasonable growth assumptions. Olympus does not provide seed or early-stage venture capital, but they do consider private financings of public companies or going private transactions.Investments range from $50 million for growth capital deals to $300 million or more for buyouts. Olympus Partners' funds are typically used for strategic acquisitions, expansion into new locations, the development of new products, to build new sales channels, for investments in additional infrastructure and to provide liquidity for existing shareholders.The firm does not become involved in the day-to-day activities of their portfolio companies but they do take a seat on their portfolio companies' boards of directors.

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