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M&A in the Language Sector
by Donald A. DePalma
September 30, 2016
September 30, 2016

 
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Summary
The language market, which will turn over US$40 billion this year, is highly fragmented and begs for consolidation. Ambitious industry players and private equity groups regularly buy language service and technology providers in an effort to scale up and amalgamate the sector. In this brief, we: 1) discuss LSP attitudes toward mergers and acquisitions; 2) review recent M&A activity; 3) follow the money that funds M&A; and 4) analyze what it means to the market. It expands on market consolidation trends that we identified in a series of 2015 research. 

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Pages: 13
 

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