FNBox Expects to Reach $20 million in revenues in 2010

Sonico, Phonico and Lead-Gen are the units of FN Box, an Argentine holding that wins prominence in Latin America, with revenues of $ 8 million in 2010 and projected sales of $20 million by 2011 concentrated in Brazil.

FN Box operates since 2002 and has offices in Argentina, Brazil and the United States. The company has more than 400,000 paying customers, 50 million users and three business units focused on providing various connectivity services between users.  

Sonico, a Latin America's social network, has 50 million Portuguese and Spanish-speaking users of both South America and the United States, who are given the opportunity to create a public, private and/or professional profile through its PPP platform. Phonico, provides VoIP services and prepaid mobile recharges. This unit has more than 300 thousand customers, millions of transactions and products to be used in 80 countries. Regarding the Lead-Gen business, the latest release created in June 2010 - the business model is characterized by bringing consumers a premium selection of third party deals with a potential to climb to 3.3 million qualified leads daily. 

"At FnBox, our mission is to build a world class company that becomes a powerhouse of technology and innovation in the region. Every day we reach millions of people, complete thousands of transactions and our products make the lives of our customers more productive and enjoyable.", says Rodrigo Teijeiro, founder and CEO of Fnbox.com. 

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FNBox Expects to Reach $20 million in revenues in 2010

Sonico, Phonico and Lead-Gen are the units of FN Box, an Argentine holding that wins prominence in Latin America, with revenues of $ 8 million in 2010 and projected sales of $20 million by 2011 concentrated in Brazil.

FN Box operates since 2002 and has offices in Argentina, Brazil and the United States. The company has more than 400,000 paying customers, 50 million users and three business units focused on providing various connectivity services between users.  

Sonico, a Latin America's social network, has 50 million Portuguese and Spanish-speaking users of both South America and the United States, who are given the opportunity to create a public, private and/or professional profile through its PPP platform. Phonico, provides VoIP services and prepaid mobile recharges. This unit has more than 300 thousand customers, millions of transactions and products to be used in 80 countries. Regarding the Lead-Gen business, the latest release created in June 2010 - the business model is characterized by bringing consumers a premium selection of third party deals with a potential to climb to 3.3 million qualified leads daily. 

"At FnBox, our mission is to build a world class company that becomes a powerhouse of technology and innovation in the region. Every day we reach millions of people, complete thousands of transactions and our products make the lives of our customers more productive and enjoyable.", says Rodrigo Teijeiro, founder and CEO of Fnbox.com. 

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Latin Interactive World : “Digital Power Houses” - Sonico


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