How does a company become a particularly attractive employer? In an interview with FLEX Director People Jan Hauke Holste, Nadine Przyhodnik, Head of HR & Administration at the FLEX portfolio company Formware, reveals the steps her company took to be recognised as a Great Place to Work.
How does a successful post-merger integration work? In an interview with FLEX Managing Partner Christoph Jost, Franz Jordan, General Manager and Vice President of Perpetua, reports on the first 100 days after the merger of Sellics and Perpetua.
The sale of a mid-market company is a significant and time-intensive challenge for founders. Yet even before such a sales process, founders need to ask themselves the question: When is the right time to sell my company?
In the Private Equity (PE) context, deal sourcing implies the identification of new potential investments and thus describes the initial stage along the PE value chain. Insights from FLEX analyst Gary Kelling.
Nitrado acquires APEX and MCProHosting We announced the first add-on of the year with MCProHosting for Nitrado. Nitrado has thus managed to unite the three largest game hosting companies under one roof. A success story that shows how a German medium-sized company managed to assert itself in its segment while building a strong global brand.
As the company grows, so does the role of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). First, the CEO takes a lot of things into his own hands: accounting, sales, organizational development - everything is done by the CEO. Later he or she can and must delegate more and more tasks. But handing over responsibility correctly is a challenge for many managing directors.
Make a positive impact – is one of the core corporate values of FLEX Capital. We are committed to sustainability: In our organization and in cooperation with our portfolio companies. Peter Waleczek explains, why we establish ESG standards and what role they play in our day-to-day business. FLEX Capital is a young investor, but decisions
Growth, regardless of the point in time, always means change. Founders have to internalize this knowledge when it comes to growing their own company successfully. But what does it mean in concrete terms when a startup becomes a successful medium-sized company? How does the corporate structure change, how does the organization switch? Which principles apply