Tenegram Capital, a private equity firm, has recently taken on Lime Crime. This is great news for Lime Crime, which is a vegan based make-up company. Lime Crime has taken the cosmetic industry by storm with their vibrant colors and cruelty free beauty products.
The products offered by Lime Crime have captivated shoppers at high end retailers like Ulta.com, Riley Rose and Bloomingdales. They have even taken the international cosmetics scene by storm by encouraging extreme self expression. Their Unicorn Lipsticks are available in a variety of vibrant shades. Their best-selling Diamond Crushers lip toppers have just recently paved for Lime Crime’s new unicorn Hair. From Los Angeles to Singapore to London, Lime Crime has quickly become an international sensation creating a cult-like following among fashion-forward beauty aficionados.
Tengram’s acquisition will support the growth of the company founded in 2008 by Doe Deere and Mark Dumbleton. The Lime Crime vision is to allow those consumers who are passionate about cruelty free, vegan options and self-expression through vibrant cosmetics.
As of June 18, Stacy Panagakis is the C.E.O. of Lime Crime. She brings to the table her experience as General Manager of Fresh, where she built the North American affiliate of that company. She will team up with Chief Creative Officer Sasha Valentine, who has eight years under her belt with Lime Crime already. The pair will become the Dynamic Duo with goals to expand the brand’s reach and offerings to become an industry revolutionary brand. They hope to inspire unicorns the world over while they delve into the expansion of Lime Crime.
Lime Crime began as a digital-first makeup and hair color brand. The company’s 100% vegan, cruelty-free, trend-setting products are designed to make the user feel as if she is being transported to a magical place where self-expression has endless possibilities in every color of the rainbow. They currently boast a social media following of 44 million the world over.
Shafik Sachedina has a passion and a focus on improving health care. He was born in Tanzania and immigrated to the UK in his teen as a result of his parents wanting the best education for their son. In London, he studied dentistry and is a qualified dental surgeon with years of experience in England. His passion, however, is in improving health care, and it is from this that his career has mainly focused on the health sector. After years as a dental surgeon, he decided to venture into elderly care where he founded the Sussex Healthcare.
Sussex Healthcare is a company focusing on providing service to the older adults in the community and rated as one of the most successful in the elderly care sector. In the UK as in other parts of the world, aged care has become an integral element in health care with the elderly in the society requiring care and support focused on them and their needs. Shafik Sachedina realized the need for high-quality care for the aged in the community and established Sussex Healthcare to meet this demand. Currently, the company has about 20 facilities each offering high-quality care to the aged and individuals living with disabilities. Under his leadership, Sussex has developed to be a leader in the market providing health care and support to the aged, and further offering customized care services for those who need them. The company has high standards having received accreditation from ISO 9000:2000 and certification from the Health Quality Services. According to Sachedina, providing high-quality care to patients and clients should be the focus of any healthcare practitioners and institution.
In addition to his role as a Joint Director are Sussex Healthcare, Shafik Sachedina serves in various other capacities. One of these is his role at Aga Khan in France whereby he helps at the Aga Khan’s Secretariat. Further, he contributes at the Institute of Ismaili Studies as a Board Member as well as head the Department of Jamati Institutions, is a member of committees at AKDN among others. Majority of the time and work he undertakes in Jamati Institution is on a voluntary basis with his focus being to give back to the community. Looking at his career, Shafik Sachedina has focused his efforts on serving the community and ensuring that people seeking health care receive high-quality care.
Paul Mampilly is a respected finance executive who has a vast experience in market stocks having spent a considerable amount in Wall Street. He is also a fovorite guest analyst on Tv shows and Radio shows including Fox Business News and CNBC. Recently, he sat down with Eric Dye from the Entrepreneur Podcast Network to talk about current trends in the stock market, entrepreneurs that Mampilly admires and faults people make with their initial investments. Learn more about Paul Mampilly at Crunbchbase.
Mampilly holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Fordham University. His career took off at Bankers Trust where he was an assistant portfolio manager. He gained enough knowledge and expertise to move to move to larger legal and financial firms like Deutsche Bank and Kinetics Asset Management. While working the latter, Mampilly was in charge of a hedge fund and managed to grow the firm’s investments to $25 billion.
He quit his stints at Wall Street to focus on his businesses and pursue his passion for helping middle-class Americans manage their finances and grow their wealth. Paul Mampilly is currently an editor for Babyan Hill Publishing. He writes a monthly newsletter called Profits Unlimited that has more than 90,000 subscribers. It entails investment tips, financial advice, and guidelines on lucrative investment opportunities to guide people in their financial management lives. He also edits another journal called the Extreme Fortunes. Read more about Paul Mampilly at Talk Markets.
In his interview with Dye, Paul Mampilly advised average Americans not to spend all their money on a single investment as it may turn out to be a huge loss. He added that also spending too much money on one stock is an error most new investors make. Paul instead urged new investors to spend evenly on multiple shares for higher returns.He believes that the time he spent at Wall Street gives him a unique perspective that other advisors lack.
According to Paul Mampilly, the stock market has undergone rapid changes over the years, and some of the current trends like the use of computer algorithms place average investors at a disadvantage. He also noted that there is a new investment trend where the focus is first growing an investment and then pursuing profits later.