What we've done
McNeal and Kinsella took over a failing fiber optic company based in London, and over the next 16 years they built Interoute into the European Union’s leading independent communications platform. The Company was reborn following the dotcom crash and flourished during the 2008 financial crisis, driven by a passion for sales and a commitment to cost-conscious management. Interoute was sold in 2018 for $2.3 billion.
McNeal and Kinsella took over a floundering Dutch startup and, through a series of mergers built a pan-European ISP that provided a €5.1 billion exit for investors in 2000.
Kinsella helped drive the development of one of America’s most popular news brands, MSNBC, as co-president of that franchise from the mid to late 1990’s, when he was a Microsoft executive.
McNeal and Kinsella launched in 1991 their first digital venture, TIS, that developed one of the world’s first commercial websites, successfully sold in 1996.