Medina Capital

We invest in companies that offer software-enabled technologies in the Cybersecurity, Big Data Analytics, and Cloud Computing markets. Our ideal investments are looking for growth capital, strategic council and operational guidance. We look for growth-stage companies with market traction, proven technology and a customer base consisting of enterprises and government agencies.

A typical equity investment focuses on product innovation, sales and marketing expansion and acquisitions. We are lead investors and consider partnerships with value-added investors on larger equity opportunities.

At Medina Capital, we believe great companies are found all over the world. We help our portfolio companies expand their reach and market share in the United States, Latin America and Europe.

Type
Private
HQ
Coral Gables, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
17 (est)
Medina Capital was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Coral Gables, US

Medina Capital Office Locations

Medina Capital has an office in Coral Gables
Coral Gables, US (HQ)
900 2333 Ponce De Leon Blvd

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Founding Date

2012

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Medina Capital News and Updates

Regxit: Regtech Startup Exits Are On The Rise

Last year was a record for exits in the regtech category, with 30 total M&As and IPOs. Exits in regtech have been on the rise over the past 5 years. The steady pace of exit activity is unsurprising given the … Continued

Offense Is The Best Defense: 30+ Cybersecurity M&A Deals In One Infographic

Acquisitions of cybersecurity companies have been trending up annually since 2013. However, this year, they are on pace to fall a bit short of last year’s peak. A notable trend that cuts across both investments and acquisitions activity is the … Continued

Here’s Why CenturyLink Is Keeping Its Cloud Business Amid Sale

But it is selling off the data centers that run it.

Term Sheet — Friday, November 4

Term Sheet

CenturyLink Reaches $2 Billion Deal to Sell Data Centers

Proceeds will help fund the Level 3 buyout.

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