Good Business Opportunities on Campbell Global Network

Campbell Global Network announced that it has set up a $30M private equity fund to support and dedicated to minority and women-owned enterprises.

London, United Kingdom, July 19, 2013 --( The co-investment management subsidy, with a 5-year allocation life, will be managed by Campbell Global Network’s London Investment’s Equity Subsidiary. Minority and women-owned companies will have access to needed funding for acquisitions, expansions, business development, and joint ventures. Potential investment entrants must either direct businesses or be in the midst of acquiring a business. Investment applicants must be able to show that they are recognized as women or minority-owned or a controlled business as demarcated by the NMSDC and the WBENC.

“We would want to be of service to the 35% of the population made up of the minorities. Despite the fact the small enterprises are accepted as a fast emerging economic sector, access to funding is still elusive and is a major business growth hindrance for minority and women-owned enterprises,” said Adrian Van Roy, CFO. “By establishing this fund we help satiate this important space and can engender a progressive effect on the businesses that are aiming for and are ready to take themselves further locally or globally.”

All investment submissions and assessment process will be handled by Campbell Global Network’s Investment Equity Subsidiary. Interested business applicants can get started by submitting a company profile and funding opportunity either via email to or snail mail to RBS Building 280 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4RB. Fund managers foresee an investment completion in the next 4 to 7 months and investing in an estimated six to ten businesses throughout the fund existence.

“Campbell Global Network remains steadfast in its dedication to helping women and minority-owned enterprises grow and establish themselves in their respective industries. The opportunity to make a significant contribution to the growth of a business is a privilege not given to all. In the steps of our founders we follow this advocacy,” said Jared Liem, Independent Investments Division Chief. “The funds will function as an instrumental tool accessible to brilliant women and minority entrepreneurs pursing business growth and expansion.
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Mike Everett