Both for business owners who are looking for the next phase for their company and for managers looking for a buy-out/buy-in, Dynamica is the ideal partner. We prefer to invest in companies with EBITDA between 2 and 5 million euros.



Dynamica, partner for unique companies

Dynamica is a stable partner that acts quickly and flexibly anticipates opportunities. With a clear commitment and unbridled ambition, we enable growth in our projects, both organically and through add-on acquisitions. As an active partner, we are very closely involved in writing a new future together with management.

To-the-point and direct. Just like you, we maintain clear agreements and correct conditions in which each party is respected and involved. That we can flexibly cope with financial or organisational structures makes sense. Every company is unique. That is exactly why our approach is the same.


Targeted investments

From production to distribution. From medical devices to packaging. Our investments have one thing in common: they are always companies with potential for optimisation and growth. Both in turnover and in profit. And it goes without saying that the form of cooperation or takeover structure is negotiable. That is the advantage of an engaged and active partnership.

  • Companies and projects with a clear positioning
  • From all sectors
  • With room for growth or improvement
  • With new or existing management
  • EBITDA between 2 and 5 million euros

Our approach

Not a quick buck, but a long-term project with a focus on sustainable growth. As private investors, we make a commitment with our own capital, knowledge and time for optimised profitability in the near and long term.


  • An investment with own capital, aimed at sustainable growth
  • Quick decisions without hierarchical structures
  • Close involvement to achieve an ambitious project
  • A long-term and personal partnership with direct contact
  • Negotiable takeover structures with a long or flexible exit horizon

Never invest in a business you can't understand.

— Warren Buffett