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EverVet aligns with Freeman Spogli


Veterinary service platform, EverVet Partners, has partnered with private equity investor, Freeman Spogli & Co. With the investment backing, EverVet will be able to grow at a faster pace. 

The funding will increase the ability to grow with strategic partnerships with veterinarians, will increase the ability to recruit veterinarians, enhance technology, and increase operational efforts. 

“We are excited to partner with Freeman Spogli as EverVet continues building a veterinarian and customer-focused organization,” said Joe Luceri, co-founder and chief executive officer of EverVet.  “We chose Freeman Spogli as our new partner given our cultural alignment, their extensive experience successfully building consumer services and consumer healthcare brands, and experience scaling businesses organically and through M&A.”

EverVet was found in 2020 and now has expanded to operate 21 clinics in markets in different regions of the United States. Through the partnership, EverVet’s co-founder and CEO, co-founder and chief development officer, and the management team with continue to be shareholders and manage the company each day.  

"Through partnering with Freeman Spogli and continuing our partnership with Tailwind, EverVet will continue to invest in its corporate infrastructure to support growth and to partner with veterinarians through additional acquisitions,” said Len Podolsky, co-founder and chief development officer of EverVet. “Tailwind has been instrumental in establishing EverVet's foundation, and we are extremely excited to have great partners and a strong capital base as we continue EverVet's growth."

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