Describes Mandic BBS, one of the first Internet service provider in Brazil. In April 1998, with increasing competition, its venture capital financier is looking to exit their investments. Aleksandar Mandic must decide which potential investor the best fit with his company and vote for what and under what conditions it is willing to sell offers. Interested parties are a group of U.S. financial investors, an Argentine company with broad telecommunications ambitions in Latin America and other … Read more »

Describes Mandic BBS, one of the first Internet service provider in Brazil. In April 1998, with increasing competition, its venture capital financier is looking to exit their investments. Aleksandar Mandic must decide which potential investor the best fit with his company and vote for what and under what conditions it is willing to sell offers. Interested parties are a group of U.S. financial investors, an Argentine company with broad telecommunications ambitions in Latin America and other Brazilian ISP.
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Walter Kümmerle,
Chad Ellis
Source: Harvard Business School
20 pages.
Release Date: 18, March 1999. Prod #: 899082-HCB-ENG
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