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Through its first exit Fulcrum made 6x on capital invested.
Fulcrum said the consideration and associated expenses will be satisfied by the placing to raise gross proceeds of GBP 10.
With this association, Fulcrum Worldwide has now one of the most extensive consulting and technology based offerings; we both share deep technical expertise and customer-centric values," said Rajesh Sinha, founder and CEO, Fulcrum Worldwide.
Structured training sessions through Fulcrum University are mixed with professional certifications on emerging technologies.
Fulcrum, which is based in Calabasas, California, was founded in 1999 and designs Ethernet switches that are used in data centres.
Fulcrum has applied this technology to a card magnifier light, a flexible-arm clip-on book light, a flexible-arm clip-on magnifier light, a flashlight with power crank and a tap light with multiple functions.
Armed with this knowledge, how do you find your innovation fulcrum and how do you keep it in balance?
Fulcrum is a thermoplastic pultrusion technology that uses continuous-fiber reinforcements.
Fulcrum said the purchased magazine will be closed as a stand-alone and will be published as a section within Fulcrum's Your Convenience Manager (YCM), a bi-monthly with a controlled circulation of 40,000, beginning with the May/June issue.
The Fulcrum represents the Russian counterpart to the modem Western fighter.
Fulcrum Technologies announced that it has licensed the leading hybrid Web/CD publishing technology from U.