KWCP Adds Portfolio Companies

KWCP has continued to invest in key core companies across it's target sectors, according to investment criteria.  Portfolio investments are focused on Consumer and technology/new media within the more developed countries and along the other sectors in emerging markets.  Details of transactions are released and disclosed by individual companies as determined through prior arrangement and along pre-agreed timelines.  

 

NEWS RELEASE 

For Immediate Release

March 12, 2016

KWCP Adds Portfolio Companies

KWCP continues to focus on investment themes of education, new media, and the consumer cross-section for the well-developed sectors and natural and new resources in the emerging markets

LOS ANGELES, CA

 

KWCP has continued to invest in key core companies across it's target sectors, according to investment criteria.  Portfolio investments are focused on Consumer and technology/new media within the more developed countries and along the other sectors in emerging markets.  Details of transactions are released and disclosed by individual companies as determined through prior arrangement and along pre-agreed timelines.  

KWCP has continued to invest in 3 companies in the last year, this first being a research-based educational products company, the second an e-commerce internet company, and the third is a consumer apparel company based in the United States, all with a more research and technology bent within the sector.  KWCP continues to believe that the growth within well-developed areas such as United States, Canada, and Europe to be within the education and delivery of information sectors while natural resources and management of natural resources will continue to be a more important play within the emerging or developing markets.

"While we see that there are significant opportunities in both, we see a great difference in the type of companies able to navigate each respective landscape.  Larger resource firms with established footprints will continue to make headway in Asia-Pacific as the larger players seek to be on the cutting edge of global trends following established patterns within the more developed world while smaller, nimble firms present the most upside in the developed regions which seek renewal as the larger corporations are mired in a plateau with home markets and prolonged penetration strategies outside of those home markets, " says Managing Director James Lee.

Until these significant trends are turned or altered by meaningful catalysts, KWCP will continue along these thesis to develop and find areas which both benefit society as a whole and can be managed effectively in a commercial manner.

Two of these companies include bloomby (www.bloomby.com) and eBeanstalk (www.eBeanstalk.com) (mobile site: eBeanstalk mobile), two emerging companies in the child development product industry. KWCP also believes that e-commerce and online transactions will continue to grow in the future. (eBeanstalk also has a mobile app download here)

 

 

 

 

 

For additional information, please contact:

Ken Bush

[email protected]

1.949.651.6162

 

 

 

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