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Teetering on the brink of liquidation, a key hire at Dimple led to a dramatic turnaround that resulted in a $13.4M exit.
Damien James started Dimple in 1997 to help people living in aged-care facilities by visiting them and offering podiatry (foot care) services.
He built the company to $200k EBITDA when he realized his company might need a different kind of executive in order to keep growing.
James hired a new CEO, and together they grew the company to $11M in revenue and $2.4M EBITDA in just over two years. That’s when Zenitas Healthcare acquired Dimple for $13.4M.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
James scaled his business by offering a unique service to old age homes, which made Dimple attractive to a strategic buyer who wanted to offer other services through the same channel. Module 2 of The Value Builder System™ helps you identify a unique service of your own with the most potential to scale up the fastest. Get started for free right now by completing Module 1.