TPG Growth

TPG Growth

A private equity firm in California that invests in specializes in growth equity and middle-market buyout opportunities

TPG Growth is a private equity firm in California that invests in specializes in growth equity and middle-market buyout opportunities. Founded 2007 in San Francisco, California, United States by William McGlashan, it invests on debt, early stage ventures, late stage ventures and private equity. Its portfolio companies include Ess Kay Fincorp, Frontier Car Group,, Calm, and RD Station. It usually funds Series A, Series B, Series C, Series E and private equity rounds.

It focuses on businesses across the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia. TPG Growth currently manages approximately $14.5 billion in assets across a variety of sectors including media, technology, and industrials.



Funded Companies


Zenefits is a human resources company. It provides a digital HR platform for small and medium businesses.

A health technology start-up based in San Francisco. It was founded in 2012 by Alex Tew and Michael Acton Smith and produces a mobile application for sleep, relaxation, and meditation.

C3 IoT or C3 is a company developing and providing applications of AI, IoT, and Big Data.

Zipline is an automated logistics company that designs, manufactures, and delivers medical products.

Kaseya is a Miami-based cybersecurity company offering automation software and remote management software.

An independent vaccine platform in California that focuses on delivering best-in-class conjugate vaccines and complex antigen-based vaccines to prevent deadly infectious diseases.

EVERFI is a K-12, financial, and corporate compliance education platform.

Online home interior design and renovation platform in India.

Meituan Bike (formerly Mobike) is a Chinese fully station-less bicycle-sharing system.

Infinidat is a company developing, manufacturing and providing data storage and protection devices.

VAST Data is a New York-based company.

C3 Resources is a Newcastle upon Tyne-based energy management company.

Neogene Therapeutics, Inc. is a New York-based company founded in 2018.

Expanse is a San Francisco-based cybersecurity company founded in 2012 by Matt Kraning.

RD Station helps customers build, execute, and measure digital marketing strategies.

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Mark Grabowski


Akshay Tanna

Operating Partner

Jim Coulter

Founding Partner

Jonathan Coslet

Founding Partner

Michael Fu

Operating Partner

Ricardo Castro

Vice President

Ritesh Pandey

Operating Partner

Simba Gill

Entrepreneur in Residence

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Ess Kay Fincorp




RD Station


Solara Active Pharma

STX Entertainment

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Kevin Cummings
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Although the global pandemic has slowed startup funding across the country, there was still a good amount of activity in the local scene, with millions in funding and even an IPO. Undoubtedly, the pandemic will continue to have a lingering economic effect, already forcing some startups to consider pay cuts, furloughs and layoffs. However, North Texas startups showed a relatively strong Q1, with nearly $147.8 million across 40 deals, showing the local economy may be faring better than others. And earlier this month, the region took the No. 4 spot among other metros based on investments between 2010 and 2019, according to a study by Crunchbase and Dundee Capital titled "America's Mighty Middle." North Texas brought in seed backing of $700 million during those years, the report said. To help you keep track of what's going on around DFW, NTX Inno has put together a roundup of the month's activity. Pro tip: You can check out daily updates on funding, M&A and VC activity in our
Kevin Cummings
May 4, 2020
Despite the coronavirus pandemic causing some startups to take steps like layoffs, hiring freezes, furloughs and pay cuts, there were still a number of North Texas startups and tech companies making new hires. To help keep up with who is coming and going from the Metroplex, we've rounded up the top hires and departures in North Texas from February. Pro tip: You can read daily updates on hirings, departures, funding, M&A and VC activity in our newsletter The Beat. Now, let's get to it... Hires and Promotions Los Angeles-based infrastructure firm AECOM hired Dev Rastogi as its new VP and Dallas executive, where she will oversee AECOM's Dallas cities program, which addresses environmental and sustainable development, as well as focusing on North Texas clients in the transportation, water, energy, education and health care industries. Rastogi joins AECOM from her previous role as VP and transportation business group director at Houston-based consulting firm Lockwood, Andrews &
Ranju Sarkar
November 26, 2019
Read more about TPG Growth leads $33 million investment in Ess Kay Fincorp on Business Standard. Ess Kay Fincorp is a differentiated NBFC primarily providing financing for income generation activity to the commercial vehicle segment and small businesses in rural and semi-urban regions


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