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Growthink Client Integreon Raises $50 Million

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In 2002, the CEO of Integreon, Liam Brown, sat in Growthink's offices in Los Angeles.

Integreon was just getting started and had 4 employees. 

In the subsequent months, we worked with Integreon on its strategy and to developed its business plan.

The rest, as they say is history.

After raising rounds of capital and growing like gangbusters, Integreon is now a global provider of outsourced research, legal and business Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) services. It currently has 2,000 employees and offices throughout the world.

And just today, the company announced that it raised another $50 million in expansion capital.

But the big amount is not what excited me most when I heard about the raise. It was the one tiny phrase in the press release that most others probably missed: "a substantial minority stake."

I like when the $50 million investment only accounted for a "minority stake" in the company.  It means the company is worth over $100 million, and probably much more than that.

Yes, the right strategy and business plan can produce amazing results!

 


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