John Williamson Joins SNH Capital Partners as Vice President, Business Development
AUSTIN, Texas, October 7, 2019 (Newswire.com) - SNH Capital Partners (“SNH”) announces that John Williamson joins the firm as Vice President, Business Development. Within his role, John will cultivate relationships with founders, CEOs and boards seeking partnership with SNH in their go-forward growth plans. In that capacity, John maintains active outreach within SNH’s core expertise vertical areas and facilitates communication between these executives and the investment team.
John has been a leader in business development at various SNH portfolio companies since 1999. He has held a Broker’s license from the California Department of Real Estate since 2008. John also serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute of Business & Finance (“IBF”), a non-profit organization dedicated to developing more skillful and prepared financial services leaders.
“John is a highly talented professional with a demonstrated ability to build relationships across many industries. His performance history of strong leadership will bring experience that will help further our efforts in sourcing investment opportunities,” said CEO, Jevin Sackett.
About SNH Capital Partners
SNH Capital Partners is a U.S.-based, private investment firm dedicated to acquiring and transforming companies in the lower middle-market. SNH has an active strategic presence in each of its core industries, partnering with best-in-class management teams to develop growth platforms across technology and technology-enabled business services leveraging its investment and operational resources. SNH's portfolio companies are market-leading and rapidly growing providers of information, technology, and other business services to the automotive, financial services, human capital management and energy sectors. For more information, please visit www.snhcapitalpartners.com.
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Source: SNH Capital Partners