WIPHOLD (B): Institutionalizing Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

B-case takes WIPHOLD stories post-IPO, from April 1997 to April 1998. Wash the success of its IPO, in which it raised R23 million, WIPHOLD was ready to move on to bigger and better things. The founders were ready to get rid of the debt accumulated from participating in some of the earlier transactions and all the banks financing. WIPHOLD also gaining access to a larger supply and need more money to fund them. With the growth of "black chip", WIPHOLD been attracting more and more institutional interests and was confident of its ability to raise additional funds. This time he has set an even more ambitious goal: it will try to lift up to 20 times more than it looked on the IPO, in a private placement to its original investors, and various women's organizations. But institutional money has come with a price attached - public offering within six months of placement. WIPHOLD was ready for the public market now? "Hide
by Benoit Leleux, Hischam El agamogenesis, Mope Ogunsulire Source: IMD 12 pages. Publication Date: January 3, 2006. Prod. #: IMD239-PDF-ENG

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