Welcome To Ludvik Holdings, Inc.
Ludvik provides advisory services to private and public companies and is focused on making investments to increase revenues and portfolio value. Ludvik provides long-term equity and debt investment capital to fund growth, acquisitions and recapitalizations of small and middle-market companies in a variety of industries primarily located in the U.S.
It makes active or passive investments in common and preferred stock and warrants or rights to acquire equity interests; in addition to senior and subordinated loans; or convertible securities, as well as employee stock ownership plans, (ESOP) financing, recapitalizations, mergers & acquisitions. Ludvik is the lead investor for transactions, as well as a co-investor in companies along with other private equity sponsors.
Ludvik projects strong returns over a ten year period through implementing a diversified investment strategy. Ludvik’s previous investments have resulted in returns that averaged 25% per year on companies that were either sold privately or became publicly traded on the United States and Australian exchanges.
Ludvik is perfectly positioned in a niche space with no competition, as a publicly trading diversified holding company, that is focused on acquiring controlling stakes in companies with sales of up to $25 million, with a transaction size of $1 million to $5 million dollars.
Inktomi – Corporation is a search engine technology. An initial $250,000 second round investment that eventually was taken public by Goldman Sachs and reached a market valuation of more than $ 12 Billion that was eventually purchased by Yahoo and is the search technology behind Yahoo search today. Review Forbes Article
LibertyOne – was a holding company for internet companies. An initial $500,000 first round investment was underwritten by Merrill Lynch & Co. and reached a market capitalization of more than $ 1 Billion. It included transactions with Excite (now owned by ATT), Ubid and Greg Norman for Shark.com.
Omni Telecommunications Pty Ltd – is a technology company. An initial first round investment of $1.5 million developed patent software for prepaid wireless that is now in more than 10 million Tracfones. Tracfone is owned by America Movil with more customers than ATT and Verizon combined.