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Enlightenment Capital Backs Cadmus Growth Plans Through Strategic Investment

Enlightenment Capital has invested in Cadmus Group to help the Waltham, Massachusetts-based professional services contractor implement its growth strategy and explore acquisition opportunities.

Cadmus said Monday it aims to expand the firm’s consulting services into new domain and geographic markets.

“We look forward to supporting Cadmus’ continued growth both organically and through [mergers and acquisitions]” said Devin Talbott, a managing partner of Enlightenment Capital.

Cadmus is led by Ian Kline and employs more than 500 consultants who work with commercial and government clients to help them address homeland security, energy, international development, environmental and public health challenges.

Enlightenment Capital also made a strategic investment in Ashburn, Virginia-based Telos earlier this year to support the latter’s cybersecurity research-and-development and M&A initiatives.

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