THEN: John Chuang, 33, founder of Mactemps, was featuredin our November 1998 "Young Millionaires"article. With aninitial loan of $5,000 that "took months of hardnegotiating" and a small Harvard Square storefront, histemporary employment agency of Mac-trained personnel spawnedoffices in 35 cities and seven countries, and he projected 1998sales at $130 million.
NOW: Sure enough, Chuang hit that $130 million mark.Mactemps has since acquired the corporate moniker Aquent andrelaunched into a full-service agency for independentprofessionals, including freelancers, contract workers andtemporary employees. Chuang remains CEO, overseeing 41 offices in10 countries, a Web site, an e-zine (Aquentmagazine.com) anda niche search engine. Aquent provides experts in Web design, printdesign and technology, placing over 35,000 professionals inpermanent and contract positions.
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