Will Be Focused on Enhancing Operational Oversight Capabilities
Dallas, June 14, 2017 – Kainos Capital, a firm specializing in acquiring and managing food and consumer businesses, today announced that it has further increased the breadth and depth of its operations management capabilities with the addition of Robin Olsson as a Managing Director and Kim Homa as a Director. Mr. Olsson brings to Kainos extensive experience in manufacturing process improvement and Ms. Homa brings wide-ranging supply chain and procurement expertise.
Andrew Rosen, Managing Partner of Kainos, said: “Our team at Kainos and many of our portfolio company management teams have had the privilege to work with Robin and Kim over the past decade, and they have been a great resource in our due diligence and oversight activities. As our firm and the number of investments we oversee continue to grow, we made the decision to bring their capabilities in-house. Robin and Kim are extremely skilled at constructively working with our management teams to strengthen operations and performance, creating best-in-class companies in the food and consumer products sectors.”
Mr. Olsson was most recently a Principal at Operations Strategy Partners providing operational improvement consulting services, and prior to that role was with USC Consulting Group as a Senior Consultant and Senior Project Manager.
Ms. Homa was most recently a Director at USC Consulting Group, responsible for their supply chain and spend management practice. Prior to that role, she was an executive at PepsiCo in their supply chain strategy group and later led the supply chain integration activities between PepsiCo and their largest retail customers.
Together, Mr. Olsson and Ms. Homa have implemented profit improvement initiatives that have generated benefits in excess of $1 billion.
About Kainos Capital
Kainos Capital is a middle market private equity firm with an exclusive focus on the food and consumer sector. The Kainos team has extensive investment and operating experience in the industry, having invested more than $2 billion of equity in more than 55 transactions with a total transaction value of approximately $8 billion. The firm’s strategy is to build a diversified portfolio of growing and strategically relevant food and consumer businesses that trade buyers would like to acquire. For more information, visit www.kainoscapital.com.Back