Blank Rome represented Togetherwork Holdings, LLC, a portfolio company of Aquiline Capital Partners, and a leader in group management software and payments, in its acquisition of Gingr L.L.C., the preeminent provider of management software for dog daycare boarding and grooming businesses.
Togetherwork finalized the acquisition of Gingr. The company will be an operating company within Togetherwork, with Co-founders Lee Salminen and Aaron Nichols, along with the Gingr team, continuing to guide the company forward.
Togetherwork is the emerging leader in software and payments for groups and organizations of all kinds, helping them grow, become more efficient, increase revenues, and provide excellent service to their members and constituents. Togetherwork has more than 250 employees nationwide and is majority owned by Aquiline Financial Services Fund III L.P., a private equity fund that invests in financial services and financial technology businesses.
Gingr is the leading-edge business management software for facility-based pet services, including dog daycare, pet boarding, grooming, and training. Offering state-of-the-art tools for online reservations, payments, records management, automated customer communications, employee management, and much more, Gingr makes running a pet services business easier, more efficient, and more profitable and supports communities of pet parents in providing their pets with the highest level of care. Gingr is based in Boulder, CO.
Blank Rome advised Togetherwork Holdings, LLC with Lou Rappaport (Picture), Rachel Packer, Patrick O’Reilly, Cory Jacobs, and Jeffrey Rosenfeld.
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Clients: Togetherwork Holdings, LLC;