middle-market company

Definition

A company of medium size based on the number of employees (10 to 100), sales revenue ($2 million to $50 million) and market capitalization if publicly traded ($500 million to $5 billion). Middle-market companies are often still in the expansion phase of their business cycle and they sometimes struggle with raising capital or obtaining financing because their financial position is still in a state of flux. Also called mid-cap company.
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