Salon software maker Phorest eyes IPO as it raises €20 million
Founder of hair and beauty salon software company has ‘no plans’ to sell up
Ronan Perceval has his sights set on an initial public offering after his hair and beauty software salon software company Phorest raised €20 million.
Perceval is intent on growing an “evergreen” company, and said he has no intention of selling Phorest, which he set up 15 years ago. It raised the €20 million from Susquehanna Growth Equity, a US investment firm. Perceval said he spent a year meeting investors to try to find the right...
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