Streaming: Breton Broadpeak launches on the stock market – Economy

Broadpeak changes dimension. The Breton company, based in Cesson-Sévigné (35) and specializing in solutions for streaming services, has embarked on an IPO (Euronext Growth). The operation, effective from June 13, should enable it to increase its visibility and develop new markets.

Broadpeak markets its solutions to 125 customers. “There are already more than 200 million users, in more than 50 countries, who enjoy their favorite videos thanks to our solutions, underlines Jacques Le Mancq, CEO of Broadpeak. Today, we count among our customers leading references such as Bouygues Telecom, Orange, Telecom Italia, Deutsche Telekom, HBO, Mola TV, StarHub TV + or Megacable. »

100 M€ turnover in 2026

Jacques Le Mancq, a former executive at Technicolor, created Broadpeak with five partners. His company achieved a turnover of 33 million euros last year, with an average annual growth of 40% since 2015. The IPO aims, according to the manager, “to consolidate our technological lead and extend our commercial penetration, in particular through our SaaS platform, to allow us to cross the threshold of €100 million in turnover from 2026”.

To support its development, Broadpeak plans to strengthen its team of 241 employees, mainly based at the Cesson-Sévigné headquarters. Sites also exist in the United States (Denver), Canada (Ottawa), Brazil (Sao Paulo), Singapore and Dubai.

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