Endeavor Impact Report 2015–2016

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T H E MO R E T H I N GS C H A N G E 600K 8.5K 156K JOBS IN 2002 JOBS IN 2010 JOBS IN 2016 We created Endeavor in around the core belief that high-impact entrepreneurs are the key levers of sustainable economic growth. We set out—rst in Latin America, and later in other emerging and growth markets—to identify those entrepreneurs who had scalable models and a burning ambition to THINK BIG. We provided them with world class mentors, talent programs and eventually introduc- tions to capital so that they could realize those dreams. We watched these businesses grow: A pioneer- ing electronic brokerage rm was acquired by a global bank for million; a web-based marketplace with revenue of less than million became a . billion market cap company. THAT is high-impact. Twenty years on, much has changed. ose rst few entrepre- neurs are now over , strong. Together, they employ over , people and generated over billion in revenues. Hundreds of these entrepreneurs would have ranked in the . list of fastest growing companies if that magazine's meth- odology included global rms. THE MORE THINGS CHANGE… NEW PL ACES, NEW FACES In „016, …ndea†or launched oˆˆices in I‰alŠ and Japan. Da†ide Da‰‰oli op, ˆounder oˆ Žalen‰ 'arden, and 'asu"ane Ma‰sumo‰o, ˆounder oˆ •a"sul, –ere ‰he ˆirs‰ en‰repreneurs selec‰ed ˆrom I‰alŠ and Japan respec‰i†elŠ. 5

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