Earlier this week, we announced a partnership with Merrill DataSite, a trusted leader in the virtual data room category.
The partnership confirms the growing role of technology in the rapidly evolving private capital market. As our CEO Peter Lehrman recently wrote, “Every industry in our economy is changing. Offline activities, relationships, and key corporate decisions are moving online. The private capital markets are no exception.”
He continued, “In partnership, Axial and Merrill present a set of tools and services for the CEO, investment banker, and private company capital partner of the future.” Customers of Axial and Merrill benefit from services that tightly integrate business development, due diligence activities, and best practices education for every stage of the deal process.
In other news, the game industry already has $5 billion of M&A activity this year.
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Progress Partners is an M&A and investment banking advisory firm that works with buyers and sellers of innovative, high-growth companies.
Based in Cambridge and New York City, Progress has successfully advised M&A and private placement transactions on behalf of companies across the enterprise, media, marketing, advertising, and retail markets.
In addition to investment banking, ProgressPartners provides corporate strategy and advisory to various public and private entities, venture and private equity firms, and funds to manage inbound andoutbound acquisition activity, advise specific buy-side mandates, and conduct portfolio reviews.