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Eterus Capital has acquired a minority stake in GroupSolver INC

Eterus Capital has acquired a minority stake in GroupSolver INC.

Eterus Capital is a Slovak private equity fund which has been helping Slovak companies grow since 2008.

GroupSolver is a market research technology company based in San Diego, with operations in Utah in the US and Slovakia. It has built an intelligent market research platform (think "online survey with a brain") that helps businesses answer their burning why, how, and what questions faster and with more confidence. By combining machine learning and crowd intelligence, the GroupSolver® technology helps decision-makers and researchers find insights that traditionally remain hidden from online surveys or focus groups.

Oaklins’ team in Slovakia advised Eterus Capital on this transaction.

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 Matej  Hodek

Matej Hodek

Associate Director

Bratislava, Slovakia
Oaklins WOOD & Co.
 Boris  Kostik

Boris Kostik

Director

Bratislava, Slovakia
Oaklins WOOD & Co.
 Richard  Lelak

Richard Lelak

Associate

Bratislava, Slovakia
Oaklins WOOD & Co.

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