Mr. Kasameyer is a Sector Specialist with Daybreak Capital Partners in the Advanced Industrials and Technology practices. Mr. Kasameyer has more than 30 years of experience managing small to medium-sized technology and industrial companies.
Mr. Kasameyer has served as a CEO, management consultant, director and teacher, creating value for a broad range of technology-based companies. Mr. Kasameyer has led multiple companies from near bankruptcy to double-digit growth and market leadership positions in instrumentation, management consulting, automotive and aerospace parts supply, and electronic packaging. In these operating roles he has orchestrated several successful M&A events.
Prior to his involvement with Daybreak Capital Partners, Mr. Kasameyer was CEO of Cambridge Viscosity, a manufacturer of advanced viscosity measurement instruments primarily serving the oil and gas and chemicals and refining markets. In 2012, Cambridge Viscosity was sold to Roper Industries (NYSE). Prior to Cambridge, Mr. Kasameyer was a Principal performing strategy and restructuring consulting projects for REK Associates, including serving as Managing Director of Airflow Research and Manufacturing during its successful purchase by Bosch. From 1984 to 1987 he was President of Thorsen Steel and Compufab where he successfully consolidated the two entities and refocused its business.
Mr. Kasameyer has held consulting and management positions for The World Bank, Cambridge Systematics, Arthur D. Little, Arch Gear Works, FMC Corporation, and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Mr. Kasameyer has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.