Shares of NVNI stock started trading on Tuesday after completing its SPAC merger with Mercato Partners Acquisition. This has Pierre Schurmann continuing to lead the combined company alongside a board of seven members.
Nvni Group is a company focused on acquiring other software-as-a-service (SaaS) business-to-business (B2B) companies in Brazil. The company intends to use the funds from the SPAC merger to fuel further transactions. It already has a portfolio made up of seven SaaS companies.
Pierre Schurmann, CEO of Nvni Group, provided the following update about the company’s business in 2023:
“So far this year, we are on target to reach our net operating revenue estimates of U$40 million in 2023. Further we have been able to improve efficiency and are on target to improve our adjusted EBITDA margin, from our original target of 17.3% to a new estimated target of 24.7%.”
NVNI Stock Movement
Unfortunately for investors, shares of NVNI stock haven’t had the best start since going public. That includes the company’s shares experiencing a 24.9% drop during its first day of trading yesterday. That negative movement looks poised to continue, with shares of NVNI stock falling another 8.4% as of Wednesday morning.
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