Seven Corners featured in Forbes: How CEOs Can Choke Off Growth - Four Lessons From A Midsized Insurance Firm

Aug 08, 2016

By Robert Sher

The growth tales of travel insurance company Seven Corners Inc. should be a familiar one to midsized companies in every industry. Founded by Jim Krampen and Justin Tysdal in 1993, the company grew steadily year after year in its first 20 years, to just shy of $40 million in revenue. Believing nothing could stop them, the founders (who made themselves co-CEOs) raised their ambition: $100 million in revenue by 2020. But in 2014, growth came to an abrupt halt, and it left the founders searching for answers.

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