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This pitch deck helped a 65-year-old company raise $50 million and show investors why its personality testing service was suddenly growing like a hot startup

Business Insider Thursday, 23 May 2019
This pitch deck helped a 65-year-old company raise $50 million and show investors why its personality testing service was suddenly growing like a hot startup· The Predictive Index is an old company that's growing like a startup.
· Its owners — Mike Zani and Daniel Muzquiz — bought the company, which offers personality assessments, in 2014 with the idea of turning it around.
· They soon discovered that its core service — helping companies find, promote, and group together...
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