Celtel International B.V.

Case Solution

G. Felda Hardymon, Ann Leamon
Harvard Business School ()

Mo Ibrahim, CEO of Celtel International, the largest wireless operator in sub-Saharan Africa, has to decide on the future of his company. After an astonishing six years of going from minority positions in three countries to nearly $ 1 billion in sales and 14 offices in 13 countries, the company has three options: try an IPO, find a merger partner, or become a separate legal entity. . . Ibrahim must consider the company’s history, its current situation, and the implications of each option.

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