Firm Overview


Co-founders Rad Lovett and Scott Miller formed Lovett Miller & Co. in early 1997. The Firm was formed with the goal of delivering superior investor returns through investing in market leading, privately-held growth companies. The firm combined the operating experience of Mr. Lovett, a twice highly-successful CEO of companies in the telecommunication infrastructure marketplace, with the venture investing experience of Scott Miller, one of the most experienced equity sponsors of Southeastern-based emerging growth companies. Read More

Investment Criteria

Lovett Miller & Co. actively seeks to make $3 to $10 million investments in privately-held companies experiencing high growth in their respective industry segments. The firm provides expansion capital as well as capital for shareholder liquidity. The firm's approach is to invest in companies that have a product or service edge, which will enable them to become industry leaders. Read More

Track Record

Mr. Lovett and Mr. Miller collectively have served since 1991 as general partners of three Lovett Miller partnerships and two prior general partnerships that provided capital to privately held companies. These funds have generated returns which have provided a significant premium to the public markets over the same time period. Companies that the firm has exited have generated over $4.0 billion in shareholder value and have completed 11 public offerings of equity and debt with leading underwriters such as BT Alex Brown, Morgan Stanley, Dean Witter, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette, J.C. Bradford & Co., and The Robinson Humphrey Company, LLC. Read More