• Instead of Accepting Two Acquisition Offers, They Doubled Down On Company Culture

    3 monthes ago - By Business 2 Community

    Ohad Hecht - CEO Emarsys
    A few years ago, a company based in France was doing $90 million in revenue. They offered to buy out Emarsys , a marketing software provider, not once but twice. The Emarsys board refused the offer, focusing instead on building a unified culture and on scaling the business globally. They're glad they did. The potential buyer, while initially successful, neglected their company culture and went on a downward spiral. That's the power of culture, says Ohad Hecht, CEO of Emarsys. It has the power to make or break a company. Hecht should know. In his role as CEO, he has...
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  • This pitch deck helped a 65-year-old company raise $50 million and show investors why its personality testing service was suddenly growing like a hot startup

    This pitch deck helped a 65-year-old company raise $50 million and show investors why its personality testing service was suddenly growing like a hot startup

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Predictive Index is an old company that's growing like a startup.
    Its owners - Mike Zani and Daniel Muzquiz - bought the company, which offers personality assessments, in 2014 with the idea of turning it around.
    They soon discovered that its core service - helping companies find, promote, and group together the right people for their organizations - had even more potential than they originally realized.
    Below is the pitch deck Zani and Muzquiz used to raise $50 million in venture funding and to show investors their vision for injecting even more growth into the business.
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