In 2017, Warburg Pincus invested in inexio, a German provider of fiber-based, Internet access services to consumers and corporates. inexio was founded in 2007 and the company launched its first B2B network service in 2008. Warburg Pincus saw a number of growth opportunities for inexio, including a large and attractive market opportunity for high-speed broadband access in rural Germany and an acquisition platform in a highly-fragmented market. Throughout Warburg Pincus’ investment tenure, inexio doubled its network footprint, executed two tuck-in acquisitions, and doubled EBITDA. Warburg Pincus exited inexio in 2019.
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