A roundup of this week’s mergers and acquisitions in B2B…
Finn Partners, a global public relations firm, announced it has acquired Singapore-based Ying Communications, a leading B2B PR and Marketing firm with a special focus on the tech sector. Finn Partners acquired Ying Communications – together with its sister agency True Worth Consultants – through the 100% purchase of Ying Pte Ltd, the holding company which owns both agencies.
Impact Group, a leading sales and marketing agency for companies in the consumer packaged goods industry, announced it has acquired Signature Specialty Sales & Marketing, a sales and marketing agency based in Westmont, IL. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Impact Group is owned by CI Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm, and Impact Group management.
eCompliance, a global leader in cloud safety software, announced today the acquisition of Field iD, a leading provider of equipment inspection software. With the acquisition, eCompliance expands its industry leading EHS management platform; combining mobile inspections, interactive analytics, learning management, and asset management into a single cloud solution.
Sphera Solutions, a global provider of operational excellence software and information services with a focus on Operational Risk, Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S), and Product Stewardship, has announced the acquisition of Rivo Software, a global provider of cloud-based environmental, health, safety, and risk management software.
WalkMe, a leading user adoption platform, announced that is has acquired Jaco, making this the company’s second acquisition this year. Jaco’s technology will be integrated into WalkMe’s digital adoption platform that simplifies the user experience and drives user action using insights, engagement, and guidance capabilities.
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