Global Water Center Adds Exciting New Tenant
Cimbria Capital, a private investment firm specializing in early-stage water company buyouts, is opening an office at The Water Council’s Global Water Center (GWC) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The arrival of the Texas-based company further establishes Wisconsin and Milwaukee as a world-leading water hub. In a statement from the director of Cimbria Capital, Noah Sabich said, “With world demand for clean water growing exponentially, Cimbria looks forward to financing and scaling companies like those in Wisconsin that both address our water challenges and reward investors with outsized gains.”According to the Global Water Council, water companies are “anticipated to be in exceptional demand by industrial companies and governments who are seeking water security solutions." Wisconsin’s high concentration of water innovators provides unique value to investment firms seeking partnership opportunities.FirstPathway Partners is excited to share the recent news and is continuously encouraged by the Water Council's ability to create partnerships that have a lasting positive economic impact.