Hampleton Partners: Tech M&A Consultancy and Corporate Finance Experts
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There is growing appetite to apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital solutions to solve many of medicine's pressing problems. This was been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
M&A in the Enterprise Software sector has remained remarkably robust. In fact, in terms of M&A volume, the sector saw two consecutive record-breaking half-year periods in 2H2021 and 1H2022. The first
Organisations continue to face the challenge of finding, keeping and developing new hires to their full potential. Combined with AI- and technology-based advances, these motivations are driving the HR
Enterprises are digitising more products, processes and services than ever before. At the same time, they are migrating them to the cloud for efficiency, scalability and corporate agility. These trend
Our most recent analysis shows that Q1 2022 marked the last spike in deal volume, before digital commerce deal-making slowed down in Q2 and Q3 2022. Since then, deal volume has made a slow, progressiv
Technological advancements have radically transformed the ways in which insurance is offered, and the software used by insurers to adequately deliver insurance products.
Artificial intelligence continues to sweep through all industries horizontally, changing software and technological processes as we know them. AI is the key source of transformation and disruption use
Enterprises have been forced to rapidly digitise their products, processes and services. Lockdown measures around the world have accelerated the move to digital. Working from home has required better
Since 2013, we’ve been reporting on M&A activity in two interrelated sectors – Digital Marketing and E-Commerce – in separately published reports. Due to the relentless convergence of these once disti
Since the last edition of Hampleton’s AR/VR report, the industry has kept making significant strides, with increasing amounts of funding flowing to later-stage companies in particular to accelerate th