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Middle market companies are those larger than SME (Small Medium Enterprise) but smaller than more formal corporations. The average middle market company is usually no longer a small entrepreneur with a niche making a living but a larger organization living largely in chaos and has on average more than 10 employees but fewer than 100. Revenue/turnover will range from around $10m to around $60m.

There is not always enough cash or resources to hire the right people and have the right systems, but there is some success. Usually this gets critical at around the 25 employee or $40m turnover mark and external help is needed.


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