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Climb Up has obtained a capital increase subscribed by Calcium Capital

Climb Up has obtained a capital increase subscribed by Calcium Capital. The equity raised will be used to develop new halls and acquire new ones.

Climb Up is the French leader in operating climbing halls. It was founded in 2011 by Fran├žois Petit, a former indoor climbing world champion. The company offers a full customer experience with climbing lanes, blocks, children's area, a restaurant and various relaxing areas.

Calcium Capital is a French private equity and venture capital firm specializing in late-stage venture, middle-market, mature, buy-outs, emerging growth, industry consolidation and growth capital investments.

Oaklins' team in France advised Climb Up in this transaction. The team organized a growth equity transaction of US$15 million to support the company's growth.

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 Hadrien  Mollard

Hadrien Mollard

Managing Partner

Paris, France
Oaklins France
 Franck  Monnot

Franck Monnot

Director

Paris, France
Oaklins France
 Antoine  de Bardies

Antoine de Bardies

Associate Director

Paris, France
Oaklins France

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