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Blue Sage Capital Grows Investment Team


Blue Sage Capital, an Austin, Texas-based private investment firm, is
pleased to announce the additions of David Berry and Blake Jones to the
investment team. David and Blake join Blue Sage as Associates. In their
roles, they will assist with evaluating, structuring, due diligence, and
financial monitoring of investment opportunities.

 joined Blue Sage in April 2018. Previously, he worked as
an investment professional at ITE Management, a private equity fund
based in New York City, focusing on industrial transportation assets.
Prior to ITE, David was an Investment Banking Analyst at Morgan Stanley,
specializing in transactions across the services industry verticals. He
advised on valuation and analysis of mergers and acquisitions, initial
public offerings and leveraged buyouts. David graduated from Indiana
University with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Kelley School of
Business in Finance and Entrepreneurship.

 joined Blue Sage in August 2018. Previously, he worked as
an Analyst in the Leveraged Finance Investment Banking group at Bank of
America Merrill Lynch, where he structured and executed leveraged loans
and high-yield bonds for financial sponsors and corporate clients across
a variety of industries. Blake graduated with Highest Honors from the
University of Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in
Finance from the Business Honors Program and a minor in Accounting.

About Blue Sage

Blue Sage Capital has over $200 million in assets under management and
invests in profitable, growing, lower middle-market industrial,
manufacturing, service and distribution companies with revenue of $20 to
$100 million. Of particular interest are opportunities to partner with
founders as the first round of institutional capital in a
recapitalization transaction and companies that enjoy leadership
positions in niche industries. For more information, please visit

For questions or inquiries, please contact Peter Huff at 512-536-1900 or

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