MILWAUKEE --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Generation Growth Capital, Inc. (“GGC”), a private equity firm that invests in lower middle market companies, today announced the promotion of Thomas P. Nye to Vice President effective immediately. Nye joined Generation Growth Capital in July, 2012 as an Associate and brings a wealth of experience to his role. He supports all aspects of the firm’s M&A processes and day-to-day portfolio company management. Prior to joining GGC, Nye was an associate with Robert W. Baird & Co., a leading middle-market investment bank, headquartered in Milwaukee , where he focused on M&A and equity offerings in Baird's Industrial Group . Prior to joining Baird, Nye was an associate at Emory & Co. , a boutique investment banking firm, where he focused on M&A and business valuations. Nye began his career with Consumers Energy and, more recently, The Boeing Company, where he designed and integrated electrical systems. Nye graduated summa cum laude from Michigan Technological University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (2003), the University of Washington with a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (2004), and the University of Wisconsin-Madison with an MBA (2009). About Generation Growth Capital GGC is a Milwaukee -based private equity firm that invests in lower middle market companies. It also has an office in Chicago, IL. GGC does growth and buyout investments in control and non-control situations. GGC focuses on companies with sales in the $5mm to $50mm range and enterprise values under $30mm. For more information, please visit www.generationgrowth.com or call 414-291-8908. Generation Growth Capital Cory L. Nettles , 414-291-8908 email@example.com or John Reinke , 414-291-8908 firstname.lastname@example.org Source: Generation Growth Capital, Inc.
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