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Puma invests £1.2m into Capital Karts

Puma Investments has invested £1.2m into East London based Capital Karts Limited.

Established in 2012 by Alastair Flynn and Matthew Holyfield, Capital Karts offers a best of breed indoor karting experience with a track that is over one kilometre long – claimed to be the longest indoor track in the UK. 

To address the growing demand for destination leisure facilities, the company will be installing a karting mezzanine level, a state of the art trampoline park, climbing facilities and an enhanced refreshment offer.

 

 

Puma Investments - partners for growth

Puma Investments is an experienced growth partner, and we work with entrepreneurs and advisers to unlock the potential in their businesses. 

Our investment assessment focuses on the strength of the management team, the robustness of the business plan and the quality of the revenues, with a typical investment being £2m to £10m into a profitable business, with a clear vision for growth. 

For further information on how Puma Private Equity, the private equity division of Puma Investments, can help businesses seeking growth capital, please call the team on 020 7468 7907 or visit www.pumaprivateequity.co.uk