Wednesday May 27, 2020

INM’s best hope is to go private

Struggling Indo can be saved by owners with vision – like the venture capitalists who turned around the Radio Times

14th April, 2019

What’s to become of the Indo? Until a fortnight ago, when rumour of a sale surfaced, INM was valued at just under €100 million. This is a company with over €80 million in cash, which thus put a notional value on the business of around €20 million. It’s a sad position for a once-great media company, whose founding fathers must be turning in their graves.

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