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Boston Millennia Partners

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Industry  Private equity
Website  bmpvc.com
Type of business  Private ownership
Products  Venture capital
Founded  1982
Total assets  750 million USD
Headquarters  Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Dana callow of boston millennia partners on vcs and cord blood at world cord blood congress 2012


Boston Millennia Partners is a private investment firm that provides private equity financing to high growth companies in the healthcare and business services industries. The firm is based in Boston, Massachusetts and was formed in 1997 when the founding partners spun out of Boston Capital Ventures to create Boston Millennia Partners. The managers have organized nine separate investment partnerships. Boston Millennia Partners’ investors include institutions, corporate pension programs, as well as non-profit foundations and high-net-worth family offices.

The managers have completed over 100 individual investments and 300 add-on acquisitions over twenty years. Investments include PAREXEL International (PRXL), GlycoFi (acquired by Merck), Ilex (ILXO, acquired by Genzyme), Bright Horizons (BFAM), Verio Inc. (VRIO, acquired by NTT), Odyssey Logistics, Arthrosurface, Athenix (acquired by Bayer CropScience), P&H Solutions (acquired by ACI Worldwide), Nexidia, Inc., MedAptus, Inc., and Hotjobs.com (HOTJ, acquired by Yahoo!).

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Boston Millennia Partners Wikipedia


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