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Argentina’s Fën Hoteles Plans U.S. Expansion with Properties in NYC, LA and Miami

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Argentina’s  Fën Hoteles, founded by Endeavor Entrepreneurs Patricio Fuks and Alejandro Frenkel, recently announced that it is planning an expansion across the U.S.  In partnership with real estate investment firm Rosental Group, the hotel management firm will have 12 new properties under its management across New York City, Los Angeles and Miami.

To support this expansion, Fën will establish a new company headquarters in New York City. The company operates on a franchise model and currently oversees the Dazzler and Esplendor brands with 35 hotels in 17 cities. The series of U.S. openings is expected to begin in April with the 170-room Dazzler Brooklyn, which will be followed by additional openings in New York and Miami in the first stage. All together, 3,000 rooms are expected to be in operation in 2015.

“It’s exciting. This landing in the United States is a sign of continued expansion that began twelve years ago, from Argentina to the rest of the world,” said Patricio Fuks, CEO of Fën.

Since its founding in 2003, Fën has become one of the largest and fastest-growing hotel management and franchise businesses in Latin America. The founders were selected into the Endeavor network in 2007, and have since received custom mentoring from teams of business experts. The team has also been connected to other leaders in the hospitality industry through Endeavor, and has received support from initiatives like the eMBA Program.

 Read more in Argentine news by clicking here.

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The team of Fën Hoteles

Argentina’s Jampp, A Mobile App Marketing Platform, Raises Funding with Participation from Endeavor Catalyst

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Argentina’s Jampp, a platform that helps mobile app advertisers acquire and engage users, has raised $7 million in a Series A round led by Highland Europe. The round of funding also included participation from Innova, NXTP Labs and Endeavor Catalyst. Founded in 2013 by entrepreneurs Martin Añazco and Diego MellerJampp helps mobile app advertisers to acquire and re-engage their users, enabling brands to optimize in-app activity and conversions.

Jampp’s financing announcement comes during a period of rapid growth for the company. Started in Buenos Aires and London, Jampp bootstrapped its way to become one of the leading app marketing platforms and a strategic partner to more than 50 large global mobile advertisers. In 2014 alone, the company multiplied its revenues, grew the team from 8 to 40 people and opened offices in San Francisco, São Paulo and Cape Town.

“Jampp provides a unique combination of scale and ROI, as our platform learns which signals produce high converting users for each app, dynamically bids on inventory, and automatically allocates budget.” said Diego. “This means we don’t just deliver app installs to our clients, but actual in-app purchases, food delivery orders, taxi bookings, new listings or whatever our advertisers are looking to optimize. App Marketing is no longer about getting installs (over 80% of users stop using the app after 6 months) but about driving engagement and conversions.”

Jampp is able to achieve this by buying mobile media inventory via its Conversion Driven Real Time Bidding engine, which dynamically bids on inventory across 18 RTB exchanges and over 150 mobile ad networks. The company also offers advertisers the capability to do re-targeting, bringing users back to the apps and driving continuous engagement. This way, Jampp completes the full cycle of app marketing, by first bringing users to the app and then re-engaging them. The company, which has been profitable since 2013, will use the investment funds to expand operations in key markets and continue to invest in R&D. After their selection by Endeavor in 2014, Jampp’s team  has received tailored mentoring and strategic advisory services through Endeavor’s global network of business leaders.

“This news demonstrates the high-impact potential of entrepreneurs in emerging markets who continue to attract global interest and inspire future generations of founders and leaders,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg.

About Endeavor Catalyst

Endeavor-Catalyst-LogoEndeavor Catalyst is a passive co-investment vehicle that allows Endeavor Global to invest in Endeavor Entrepreneurs in a neutral, unbiased way. The main goal of this program is to use the returns of the investment to support Endeavor’s operations. The fund also contributes to Endeavor’s mission as it promotes professional third-party angel and venture capital investors to take a stronger interest in emerging market investment opportunities.

Learn more about Endeavor Catalyst by clicking here.

Greece’s Hellas Direct Raises New Round of Financing with Participation from Endeavor Catalyst

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The Greece-based Hellas Direct, a direct-to-consumer online insurance company, has announced the completion of an institutional investment round led by Third Point LLC’s affiliate, the Third Point Hellenic Recovery Fund (TPHR). TPHR joins a roster of  top investors including private equity veteran Jon Moulton and former Goldman Sachs economist Jim O’Neill. Endeavor Catalyst – Endeavor’s innovative co-investment vehicle – has also participated in the round, marking its first investment in Europe.

Hellas Direct was founded by Endeavor Entrepreneurs Emilios Markou and Alexis Pantazis, two former Goldman Sachs executives who saw an opportunity to disrupt an inefficient Greek insurance market as the country was entering recession. Hellas Direct is a long-term strategic partner of Munich Re and follows a tech-empowered, direct-to-consumer business approach similar to that adopted by insurance brands like Geico and Direct Line. This enables the company to offer better quality service at cheaper prices. Hellas Direct has experienced exponential growth during its first two years of operation, even as Greece saw a 25% reduction in GDP and a 40% drop in insurance premia. In the US$2.6 billion Greek car insurance market, Hellas Direct offers safe drivers policies at a 15-35% discount to comparable coverage options by cutting out commissions and adopting the latest web technology.

“We are delighted to have secured Third Point as a strategic investor in Hellas Direct,” said Emilios Markou. “Their global expertise in financial services and hands-on exposure in regional banking makes them an ideal partner in what we expect to be a fast consolidating insurance sector.”

“We are excited to be teaming up with two world-class institutional investors in our efforts to bring transparency and innovation to the insurance industry,” added Alexis Pantazis. “We see this as a unique opportunity to fortify our company’s balance sheet ahead of Solvency II, accelerate our organic growth, and selectively look at acquisitions across both Greece and Cyprus.”

Since joining the network in 2012, Endeavor has connected the founding pair with an advisory board of mentors and industry experts who have helped them refine their business strategy. In addition, Endeavor has introduced them to top investors and venture capitalists, enabling the team grow the company and ultimately give back to Endeavor Greece.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Hellas Direct as the first Greek investment in our Catalyst portfolio,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “These entrepreneurs are a testament to Endeavor’s willingness to support and build high-impact entrepreneurship in Greece during trying times.”

About Endeavor Catalyst

Endeavor-Catalyst-LogoEndeavor Catalyst is a passive co-investment vehicle that allows Endeavor Global to invest in Endeavor Entrepreneurs in a neutral, unbiased way. The main goal of this program is to use the returns of the investment to support Endeavor’s operations. The fund also contributes to Endeavor’s mission as it promotes professional third-party angel and venture capital investors to take a stronger interest in emerging market investment opportunities.

Learn more about Endeavor Catalyst by clicking here.

Endeavor Launches Second U.S. Affiliate in Detroit, MI

medium_9178018018Endeavor Detroit Logo (color) web small Detroit, MI – February 9, 2015 – Endeavor is officially announcing the launch of its second U.S.-based affiliate in Detroit, MI. Spearheaded by some of the top business leaders and entrepreneurs in the region, Endeavor Detroit has identified seven men and women to join its local board of directors as well as new Managing Director Antonio Lück. As Endeavor’s second entry in the U.S. market following its 2013 launch in Miami, Endeavor Detroit will help usher in a new era of local growth and economic development driven by high-impact entrepreneurship.

The economic challenges faced by Detroit since the financial crisis of 2007-08 have made headlines across the world. With a population of about 700,000, the city has seen a sharp rise in unemployment coupled with economic decline and a dwindling talent pool. Following its landmark municipal bankruptcy filing in 2013, the city has been beleaguered by unemployment rates hovering around 14% – nearly double the national average. The region of Southeast Michigan as a whole has not fully recovered from the financial crisis either, with unemployment rates at nearly 1% above 2007 levels.

Endeavor Insight, the organization’s research team, found that Southeast Michigan suffers from a scaleup gap, with the number of high-growth firms (companies older than three years with at least 20% annual employment growth over the last three years) declining by 50% between 2007 and 2012. Scaleups, however, can be the key engines of sustainable job growth that the city needs. The average high-growth company employs eight times as many people as the average non-high-growth firm, and 35 times as many as the average startup. To return the area’s unemployment rate to 2007 levels, Southeast Michigan will need to fill the job gap by empowering entrepreneurs and ventures that have the potential to create the most high-quality employment opportunities. Learn more about Endeavor Insight’s findings on Detroit’s scaleup ecosystem by clicking here.

Now at a critical crossroads, Detroit is primed for the sort of high-impact entrepreneurship that Endeavor has successfully fostered all around the world. By providing access to a global network of industry leaders, investors and talent, Endeavor’s support can help the best entrepreneurs in the city turn their ventures into businesses that will move the local economy. Endeavor works to take the magic of networks like Silicon Valley and bring it to regions with great ideas and potential, but not necessarily the resources to help founders expand their visions. Once selected into the network, Endeavor Entrepreneurs are connected with strategic mentors and given access to an array of tools that can catapult them to success. Since its founding in 1997, Endeavor has selected and supported over a thousand entrepreneurs representing more than 650 companies in the 22 markets where it operates.

“Detroit right now is in an exciting period of reinvention and growth, driven by a rise in entrepreneurship,” said Board Chairman Cindy Pasky, Founder & CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions. “Endeavor’s unparalleled global network will equip the city’s best entrepreneurs with the resources they need to aid with ushering in a new era for Detroit.”

“The entrepreneurial talent in Detroit and the broader region is impressive,” echoed Endeavor Co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “We’re excited to support these companies to scale, stay and multiply their impact by investing, mentoring and inspiring the next generation of local high-impact entrepreneurs.”

All Endeavor affiliates are guided by a local board of business leaders, each of whom believes that high-impact entrepreneurship can transform entire economies. The Endeavor Detroit founding board will be chaired by Cindy Pasky, Founder, President, & CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions. She will be joined by Gerard M. Anderson, Chairman & CEO of DTE Energy; Dave Egner, Executive Director of the New Economy Initiative and President & CEO of the Hudson-Webber Foundation; Thomas Groos, Partner of City Light Capital; Nate Lowery, Co-founder & CEO of TM3 Systems; Raj Vattikuti, Founder of Altimetrik; and Steven A. White, Chairman & CEO of Detroit Renewable Energy. The launch of Endeavor Detroit was made possible by the commitment and passion of these local board members as well as the support of some of the region’s top institutions and foundations.

“The DeVos Family first met Endeavor a couple years ago and was impressed by a proven track record to catalyze entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world,” expressed Nate Lowery, Co-founder and CEO of TM3 Systems Inc, and Board Member of the Dick and Betsy DeVos Family Foundation and Endeavor Detroit. “While the family has traditionally focused much of its philanthropy in Grand Rapids, taking Michigan’s entrepreneurial ecosystem to the next level will require cooperation from both sides of the state. Our Foundation is thrilled to be a driving force behind Endeavor coming to Detroit and Michigan.”

“From grassroots to high-growth, the New Economy Initiative supports programs that enable entrepreneurs to start, innovate and scale their businesses in SE Michigan,” said David Egner, President of the New Economy Initiative and Board Member of Endeavor Detroit. “The team identified a gap that Endeavor’s model could fill to support entrepreneurs to scale.”

The board has selected Antonio Lück as Managing Director of the office, overseeing the successful launch of Endeavor Detroit. Mr. Lück was previously the Director of Business Acceleration, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Venture Capital at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, where he directed all of the state’s early stage financial programs and the portfolio management team. He will lead the day-to-day operations of the office in Detroit and will be involved in screening entrepreneur candidates for consideration.

For entrepreneurs interested in learning more about Endeavor in Detroit, please contact Detroit@endeavor.org.

About Endeavor

Hailed by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman as “the best anti-poverty program of all,” Endeavor is leading the global movement to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. To date, Endeavor has screened more than 40,000 entrepreneurs and selected more than a thousand individuals leading over 650 high-impact companies.

With support from Endeavor’s worldwide mentor network, these high-impact entrepreneurs:

– Have created nearly 400,000 jobs
– Generated $6.8 billion in revenues in 2013
– Inspire future generations to innovate and take risks

Headquartered in New York City, Endeavor currently operates in 22 countries throughout Europe, Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and the U.S.

Contact
Joanna Harries
Vice President, U.S. and Canada
Ph: +1-646-783-6122
joanna.harries@endeavor.org

Mexico’s Travesias Media Selected By Banamex to Publish Corporate Magazines

Mexico’s Travesias Media, founded by entrepreneur Javier Arredondo, announced that it was selected by Grupo Financiero Banamex, one of the largest banking operations in Mexico, to publish the group’s corporate magazines. Travesias has evolved to become a premiere media agency that generates high-quality editorial content focused on luxury, travel, lifestyle and current events.

Travesias will be partnering with Banamex to publish the magazines “Valor” and “Valor Corporativo”, two publications that target an affluent and finance-literate audience that is 45 years and older. In particular, the magazines will be aimed at the institution’s consumer and corporate banking clients.

Grupo Financiero Banamex has branded its print media to set the standard when it comes to personal finance, business and lifestyle content. Both “Valor” and “Valor Corporativo” will be bi-monthly magazines with controlled circulation, whose editorial content has been developed for readers with a specific interest in economic and social current affairs.

This partnership demonstrates Travesias’ growing brand and client base in Latin America. Since his selection by Endeavor in 2002, Javier has been an active member of the Endeavor network. With over 50 employees, Travesias has grown to encompass a number of lifestyle brands and works closely with an international network of over 200 collaborating writers, translators and photographers. Endeavor provided Javier and his team with a custom advisory board of mentors that helped him refine his business model and connect with industry experts.

Learn more about Travesias by clicking here.

Endeavor Lebanon Co-Hosts Global Lebanese Entrepreneurs and Investors Summit in Beirut

Endeavor Lebanon and the Lebanese International Finance Executives (LIFE) held the Global Lebanese Entrepreneurs and Investors Summit, a meeting that brought together over 300 Lebanese investors, business executives and local entrepreneurs. The goal of the Summit was to create a dialogue between Lebanon’s local and global stakeholders and position the country as a prime market for investment. Select Endeavor Entrepreneurs from the local network also attended the event to share their high-impact stories.

Hosted in Beirut, the day-long event showcased the evolution and high-growth potential of Lebanon’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. Hundreds of high net-worth, venture capital and growth equity investors attended the Summit from major financial centers including New York, London, Paris, Geneva, Singapore and Dubai. Comprised mainly of Lebanese ex-patriates, the participants explored investment opportunities in businesses built by a young generation of local entrepreneurs in a variety of sectors. Panel discussions throughout the day highlighted the investment potential in the thriving Lebanese technology and design industries, as well as the importance of attracting and retaining human capital.

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A panel discussion during the Summit

“Lebanon boasts a vibrant scene of entrepreneurial talent and SMEs with great potential to grow, but this potential remains capped due to lack of access to capital and international markets. This summit, organized with our partners LIFE, has given birth to an investor network that specifically strengthens that weak link and creates the missing connections,” said Tarek Sadi, Managing Director of Endeavor Lebanon. “Hundreds of people are here today because they truly care to revive the country’s economy and help it grow.”

In his keynote speech, H.E. Mr. Riad Salame, Governor of Lebanon’s Central Bank, announced plans to license a stock exchange that would list SMEs and family-owned businesses and to facilitate exit strategies for Lebanese entrepreneurs. This follows a series of several important initiatives undertaken by bank in the past two years to support local entrepreneurs.

A number of top Lebanese entrepreneurs, including many in the Endeavor network, attended the event – Labib Shalak, Jamil Corbani, Mohamad Arayssi and Nada Debs all shared their success stories, failures and insights on how they attracted capital despite the challenges and risks in the country.

Find out more about the event by clicking here.

Harvard Business Review Features Endeavor Research on Tech Founders

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The Harvard Business Review (HBR) featured research from Endeavor Insight that dispels some popular myths about tech entrepreneurs. Tech founders are often associated with prominent colleges, technical training and youth. Data from Endeavor, however, reveals that these beliefs are often the exceptions, not the rule.

Two of the most successful tech entrepreneurs in history – Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg – promote the stereotypes around tech founders. Both were college dropouts who studied computer science by day, programmed by night, and built large public companies without ever having worked at one. Anecdotes from popular media have only added to the cult of youth. Last year, articles in The New Republic and The New York Times explored the role that young entrepreneurs have played in shaping Silicon Valley.

Over the last year, Endeavor Insight began studying the New York City tech sector, one of the largest in the world, to understand just how closely these myths align with reality. Starting with publicly available data from Crunchbase, AngelList, and LinkedIn – and layered on top of interviews with nearly 700 local tech founders – the data found that none of these stereotypes hold up.

Read the full HBR piece to find out more about Endeavor’s findings by clicking here. Also find mention of Endeavor’s research in the Financial Times.

The Myth of the Tech Whiz Who Quits College to Start a Company

Endeavor’s Linda Rottenberg Highlights the Inclusive Power of Entrepreneurship for WEF 2015

World-Economic-ForumAs part of the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering in Davos, Linda Rottenberg, Endeavor co-founder and CEO, published an article assessing the state of inclusive entrepreneurship worldwide. The article celebrates the role that Endeavor Entrepreneurs like Leila Velez from Beleza Natural and Lateefa Alwaalan from Yatooq have played in transforming economies and creating high-quality jobs in countries like Brazil and Saudi Arabia.

Endeavor’s role, for nearly 20 years, has been to build “an inclusive middle path, making high-impact entrepreneurship the foundation of prosperous societies worldwide,” Rottenberg writes. Endeavor Entrepreneurs like Leila and Lateefa have moved entrepreneurship into the realm of possibility for millions at society’s margins. Rottenberg, writing about the role of these transformative entrepreneurs, also highlights recent research from Endeavor Insight. As part of a study of New York City’s tech entrepreneurs, she discusses the impact that top-performers can have on the growth of local entrepreneurship ecosystems. In New York City, she notes that “top-performing entrepreneurs…[are] more than twice as likely to become top-performers themselves.” These dynamics, in turn have led to the fast growth of women-led companies in New York City, “just 42 in 2003 to 457 in 2013.” Supporting more than 1,000 entrepreneurs worldwide, Endeavor catalyzes a dynamic of reinvestment that can make entrepreneurship, and society at large, more inclusive.

Read Linda’s full piece for WEF by clicking here.

How entrepreneurship boosts inclusive growth – Agenda – The World Economic Forum

Endeavor Launches Third Southeast Asian Country Affiliate in the Philippines

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Endeavor Philipines Logo no tag (color) web smallManila, Philippines – January 7, 2015 – Endeavor announced that it will expand its presence in Southeast Asia with the launch of Endeavor Philippines, its third country affiliate in the region. The launch is supported and led by some of the country’s top entrepreneurs and business leaders, including seven founding board members and a newly named managing director. According to the World Bank, the Philippine economy remains one of the fastest growing in the region, offering a promising climate for high-impact, high-growth entrepreneurship.

With a population of nearly 100 million spread across more than 7,000 islands, the nation is the seventh most populous in Asia and one of the most diverse. While the Philippine economy has grown at an average of 6% since 2012 according to the World Bank, over 20% of the population still lives in poverty. Supporting high-impact entrepreneurship in the region offers a critical opportunity to fuel economic growth at all levels. With an estimated 99% of Philippine enterprises considered small- or medium-sized businesses, many are facing the crucial scale-up stage that determines whether or not they can grow into impactful businesses that create thousands of jobs. Endeavor research found that just 5% of the country’s total number of firms are considered high-growth (with a minimum of 20% average annual growth), but created 75% of the net new jobs in the country.

The landscape of entrepreneurship in the country continues to show much promise. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor found that nearly half (48%) of all Filipinos have a very positive view of the entrepreneurial opportunities in their country; furthermore, 68% believe they have the capabilities needed to start a business. At the same time, many recognize the barriers to entrepreneurial development in the country, including a lack of access to financial support, government programming and guidance from role models.

This is where Endeavor’s model can make a difference. By providing access to a world-class network of industry leaders, investors and talent, Endeavor’s support can give the best entrepreneurs in the region the chance to turn their ventures into transformational businesses. Endeavor aims to take the magic of networks like Silicon Valley and bring it to regions with great ideas and potential, but not necessarily the resources to help founders take their visions to the next level. Once selected into the network, Endeavor Entrepreneurs are connected with strategic mentors and given access to an array of tools that can catapult them to success. Since its beginning in 1997, Endeavor has selected and supported 1,030 entrepreneurs representing 651 companies in the 22 markets where it operates. In 2013, from Miami to Morocco, these entrepreneurs have generated $6.8 billion in revenue and created 400,000 jobs across Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Southeast Asia.

“It is an exciting time in the history of Endeavor, as we have now helped more than a thousand entrepreneurs realize their dreams,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “The addition of Endeavor Philippines ensures that we will continue to make an impact in one of the most dynamic and exciting regions in the world.”

All Endeavor affiliates are spearheaded by a local board of leading business people, each of whom believes that entrepreneurship can transform economies.  The Endeavor Philippines founding board will be chaired by Eugenio (Gabby) López III, Chairman of ABS-CBN Corporation. He will be joined by Jaime A. Zobel de Ayala, Chairman & CEO of Ayala Corporation; Cezar Consing, President & CEO of the Bank of the Philippines Islands; Anthony T. Huang, President of SSI Group, Inc.; Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman & CEO of Care.com; Edgar Injap Sia II, Chairman of DoubleDragon Properties Corp.; and Julio Sy, Jr., Founder & CEO of TAO Corporation.

“Endeavor has come to the Philippines at just the right time,” said Board Chairman Eugenio (Gabby) Lopez III.  “Sustained economic growth has seen the rise of entrepreneurial activity in the country. We hope to accelerate the development of a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem by helping to unleash the full potential of high-impact entrepreneurs.”

The board has selected Manny Ayala as Managing Director of the office, overseeing the successful launch of Endeavor Philippines. Mr. Ayala was a co-founder of Hatchd Digital, a tech incubator, and a Managing Director of investment bank IRG. He will lead the day-to-day operations of the Endeavor office in Manila and will be involved in screening the first entrepreneur candidates for consideration.

Deloitte Fast50 Ranks Endeavor Companies from Egypt and South Africa as Fastest-Growing Tech Firms in the Region

fast50Egypt’s TA Telecom and South Africa’s Everlytic were named to Deloitte’s Technology Fast50 list, an annual ranking which highlights technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of revenue growth in the African region over the past five years. The list is the leading ranking of its kind in the region, putting a focus on innovation in growth markets.

Fast50 Africa is part of an international program run by professional services firm Deloitte. Entrants of the Fast50 are also entered into  the Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) program. Previous winners have included some of the most dynamic players in all areas of technology, from Internet specialists to biotech, digital media technology to life sciences, computers to semiconductors and software to telecommunications.

Selected by Endeavor in 2011, TA Telecom was founded by entrepreneur Amr Shady as a value-added services (VAS) mobile solutions provider that delivers time- and location-specific content to subscribers. With operations across the Middle East and Africa, TA’s services range from demographically-targeted SMS advertising to custom content delivery platforms. Servicing over 10 million subscribers, TA is also working towards international growth with an expansion into South Africa supported by Endeavor. Since joining the network, Amr has been an active promoter of the organization’s work, serving as a mentor and board member for Endeavor Egypt. As a panelist at International Selection Panels, he has also played a key role in selecting new generations of entrepreneurs in the pipeline.

Joining the network in 2009, South Africa’s Everlytic, founded by entrepreneurs Sam Hutchinson and Josh Adler, has evolved from a web-applications developer into a content management system provider for the publishing industry. The company offers world-class products like Preditor CMS, a targeted content platform for magazine publishers, and pMailer Enterprise, an email and SMS marketing and delivery service. Together, these products significantly reduce the cost of print production for customers while exposing new opportunities on web and mobile platforms. Endeavor has helped the team connect with industry experts and business leaders, as well as foster critical relationships through the Endeavor Investor Network.

View a complete list of the Fast50 winners below and by clicking here.

Ranking Company Name Country Growth
1 Interswitch Limited Nigeria 1226%
2 Techno Brain Kenya 621%
3 Everlytic South Africa 606%
4 T.A Telecom Egypt 560%
5 Adapt IT South Africa 295%

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