Deals | Dotted Eyes | Goldenhill International M&A Advisors
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Deals | Dotted Eyes | Goldenhill International M&A Advisors
Acquiring Business

Goldenhill Technology Advisors llp acted as exclusive advisor to the shareholders of Dotted Eyes Ltd in the completion of a management buy-in led by Benjamin Allan, who has been appointed Managing Director of the Company. This ensures that the company has a secure future as an independent business.

Founded in 2002 by Jamie Justham, Dotted Eyes is a well-established digital mapping solutions provider helping organisations to improve their effectiveness by applying geographic information systems. Jamie Justham, Dotted Eyes founder and now head of Business Development, commenting on the transaction, stated “our outstanding team of managers and staff have achieved consistent profitable growth averaging 20% per year, by building close working relationships with our very loyal customers. I remain fully committed to Dotted Eyes in my new role as head of Business Development and also as an ongoing investor, in partnership with Ben. We are all energised by the prospect of vigorous new leadership and a clear focus.”

Commenting on the contribution of Goldenhill to the transaction process, Mr. Justham said:

“Goldenhill did an excellent job throughout the process, were very responsive and always available when required. They managed and led the discussions with candidates, and were able to assist us to negotiate and complete the arrangements with the new investors. The level of commitment, persistence and enthusiasm throughout the process was unwavering. It was a pleasure to work with Goldenhill.”

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