HMB would like to congratulate Everywhere Wireless, a preeminent Internet service provider in Chicago, and CEO and Founder Keegan Bonebrake and the rest of the Everywhere Wireless team on a successful investment round with M/C Partners ("M/C"), a Boston-based communications and technology focused private equity firm. Everywhere Wireless, one of the largest private Internet Service Providers to multi-family and commercial clients in Chicago and its suburbs provides Internet connectivity to over 60,000 active users and nearly 800 buildings, including some of the most iconic properties in Chicago.
Since its launch in 2012, Everywhere Wireless has grown to become the leading provider of Gigabit Internet to multi-family buildings and businesses across Chicagoland. The Internet-only company offers access to revolutionary, lightning-fast Internet speeds alongside unparalleled reliability, ensuring uninterrupted viewing of streaming services. As the largest independent Internet service provider of Gigabit speeds, the company works with leading brands, including Nike, Google, Amazon and the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as the leading commercial and residential property developers and managers throughout Chicagoland. The Everywhere Wireless has been named Chicago’s Best Overall Internet Service Provider for three consecutive years and guarantees a 99.99% uptime to its customers.
“We’ve grown significantly over the past few years and adding M/C as our partner will bolster this growth while ensuring every customer continues to have an exceptional experience as we continue to scale,” said Keegan Bonebrake, Founder and CEO. Bonebrake added, “We are excited for this next chapter of Everywhere Wireless as this capital will allow us to pursue additional growth opportunities including regional expansion, expanded product offerings and potential acquisitions. With the support and experience that M/C brings to the table, we will have the opportunity to change the way even more people experience and interact with their Internet Service Provider."