Other positive trends:
In the small-scale multimedia market, the company had managed to achieve the fastest rate of organic growth. For instance, between 2003 and 2005 the growth rate is 60 points, which is a clear 20 point lead over its closest competitor. The Stormnetmedia management is constantly looking for newer opportunities in the digital media industry. It has plans to increase globally co-ordinated innovation and break-out innovation. Plans have also been drawn to capture a larger share of smaller markets by catering to local preferences.
What lies ahead?
The company is very well placed for further market consolidation. Add to it a greater synergy potential, and we have a company that is strong in its fundamentals. These strategic advantages are backed by sound financials as well. For example, a cash flow margin of 50% and a total asset worth of $500,000, Stormnetmedia’s shares must be very lucrative for investors, when it will eventually graduate to a public company.
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