Qualifying family offices and private investors will hear exclusive proposals from the presenters of a 3D printing technology fund, an aerial mobility fund, a luxury eco-resort and an indoor vertical farm enterprise at the 11th virtual Campden Wealth Funds and Direct Investments Event on 8 July.
Each of the four investment opportunities will be introduced in 15-minute slots to all family offices and investors who will be able to ask questions and discuss the potential returns.
AM Ventures, the leading venture capital firm in industrial 3D printing, has set up and manages a joint venture capital fund with the Langer Group, which consists of the industrial additive manufacturing market leaders EOS and ScanLAB groups, plus KGAL Group.
The rapidly growing global additive manufacturing market, also known as 3D printing, was worth $12 billion in 2020 and is anticipated to reach $78 billion by 2028.
Arno Held, managing partner and chief investment officer at AM Ventures, and Dr Hans Langer, founding chairman of the family-owned EOS Group, will explain the value generation potential of their 3D Printing Tech Fund through its unrivalled ecosystem of industry veterans, technology leaders and digital disruptors.
The fund’s investment focus is on supporting excellent startup companies in the industrial 3D printing industry, taking advantage of the expertise of the highly experienced AM Ventures team. The Starnberg, Germany based company has a carefully curated portfolio of 15 successful companies in six countries on three continents.
DiamondStream Partners has launched its second thematic fund targeting advanced aerial
mobility and related businesses. This fund targets a 5.0X return and 30% IRR by investing in companies with the potential for accelerated, technology-driven growth; solid growth prospects in existing markets; and attractive valuations.
The Seattle-based company says its Aviation and Aerial Tech Fund gains its advantage in the space from its unique expertise in linking mobility economics to stimulation strategies that grow companies and markets, the depth and breadth of its network, and its focus on under competed niches.
Dean Donovan and Brian Flynn, the firm’s managing directors, have founded multiple companies, including Volaris (NYSE: VLRS), Mexico’s largest domestic airline. They have nearly 50 years of combined investing and operational experience across aviation, automotive and other industries and have worked together for more than two decades.
Donovan will describe to participants how the fund has made three core investments to date—one has signed definitive agreements to be acquired and a second has an unrealised gain of more than three multiples on invested capital based on a recently closed priced round. DiamondStream Partners says it continues to see strong deal flow and is in active discussions on six potential deals.
ELOHI Camps Collection is a nature-based experience, built on the principles of sustainability and environmental stewardship, offering luxurious accommodations and restorative wellness programmes for the most discerning of travellers next to the iconic national parks of the western United States.
ELOHI (pronounced ai-low-he) means ‘earth’ or ‘of the earth’ in Cherokee.
The sustainable design of the camps is cleverly integrated into the surrounding wilderness, the Salt Lake City-based hospitality operator says. The walkways are crafted with local wood and seamlessly connect each luxury suite with communal areas. The ELOHI suites provide guests a secluded yet luxurious experience and incorporate large private viewing decks for enjoyment.
ELOHI’s personally curated programmes are customised to each guest’s unique passions and interests to create value-driven experiences. Each of its journeys are guided by a team of adventure specialists who deliver an immersive experience based on the principles of safety, respect, and curiosity.
Alberto Gana, the owner, chief executive and award-winning architect, will outline to participants how ELOHI tailors its curated experiences with sustainable design, restorative wellness programmes and luxury accommodations.
Urban Health Farms, Europe’s largest indoor farm operator, aims to revolutionise the way food is produced and distributed through indoor vertical farms at the cutting-edge intersection between agriculture and technology.
With plans to have at least 10 major urban indoor vertical farms under development over the next two years in Europe alone, and an additional 10 in the pipeline in the following year and a half, Urban Health Farms aims to be the largest indoor farm operator in Europe by 2023. Further down the line, Luxembourg-based enterprise says it aspires to grow into other markets and regions.
Urban Health Farms says it will operate and manage its farms and work with the strongest, most reputable technology providers on the market who will provide it with cutting-edge, efﬁcient and strategic solutions.
Bernard Sleijster, the founder and director of investor relations and business development, will explain how Urban Health Farms, with its partners, draws upon a vast and impressive pool of local resources, team members, market knowledge and capital. All those factors combine with a proven concept in the form of largescale, industrial vertical farming technology.
Campden Wealth Webinar Series
Virtual Fund Meeting
Funds and Direct Investments Event
8 July, 2021
06:00-07:30 PDT, 09:00-10:30 EDT, 14:00-15:30 BST, 18:30-20:00 IST, 21:00-22:30 HKT
Registration is complimentary for all Campden Wealth, Institute for Private Investors and Campden Family Connect members.
To apply for your place, contact Kevin Grant, executive director of sales at Campden Wealth, via email@example.com.
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