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Solidiance acquires Technomic Asia, Equiteq advises as financial advisor

Top ConsultantEquiteq, the consulting sector M&A specialist, is pleased to announce that its client Solidiance, an Asia-focused management consulting firm, has acquired Technomic Asia, a Shanghai-based business strategy and M&A advisory firm with presence of over 30 years in the market. Equiteq acted as an exclusive financial adviser to Solidiance in relation to the transaction. Technomic Asia boasts a loyal client base of Fortune 1000 and mid-sized firms and is considered as one of the most reputable advisors to foreign entities seeking to do business in China. This complements the standard portfolio Solidiance has traditionally served. Together, the two firms plan on being bigger and better-positioned in delivering growth strategy advisory to leading multinational companies in China and across the rest of Asia.

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Solidiance buys China-based management consultancy Technomic Asia

Consultancy UKAsian management consultancy Solidiance has acquired Technomic Asia, a China-based management and M&A advisory firm. As part of the company’s expansion, Solidiance adds around 20 consultants and associates to its ranks and expands its Chinese operations with a third hub. The move provides a combined entity of two leading Asian consultancies in delivering growth strategy advisory with stronger presence in the Chinese market – key for the attractiveness of its service portfolio towards multinational clients which typically demand larger on-the-ground resourcing. The joining of forces in addition bolsters the firm’s industry experience, covering virtually every major market sector, which will ultimately lead to a greater capability in advancing client company value.

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Solidiance acquires Technomic Asia: Two consulting firms join forces to gain better position in China

AMN GlobalSolidiance, an Asia-focused management consulting firm, has recently acquired Technomic Asia, a leading market strategy advisory firm based in Shanghai. Together, the two firms plan on being bigger and better-positioned in delivering growth strategy advisory to leading multinational companies in China and across the rest of Asia. Commenting on the acquisition, Damien Duhamel, the CEO of Solidiance, said that the combination of Solidiance and Technomic Asia will make it the preferred go-to source for growth advisory and implementation support among Fortune 1000 and Asian conglomerate companies from Dubai to Shanghai.

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Equiteq advises Solidiance on their acquisition of Shanghai-based consulting firm Technomic Asia

fccsEquiteq, the consulting sector M&A specialist, is pleased to announce that its client Solidiance, an Asia-focused management consulting firm, has acquired a Shanghai-based business strategy and M&A advisory firm, Technomic Asia. Equiteq acted as an exclusive financial adviser to Solidiance in relation to the transaction. As one of the most reputable advisors to foreign entities seeking to do business in China, Technomic Asia boasts a loyal client base of Fortune 1000 and mid-sized firms, which complements the standard portfolio Solidiance has traditionally served. Together, the two firms plan on being bigger and better-positioned in delivering growth strategy advisory to leading multinational companies in China and across the rest of Asia.

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Solidiance acquires Technomic Asia for stronger China Foothold

fccsTechnomic Asia has entered into a definitive agreement to be fully acquired by Solidiance, an Asia-focused management consulting firm with 12 offices in Asia. Together, the two firms plan on being bigger and better-positioned in delivering growth strategy advisory to leading multinational companies in China and across the rest of Asia. Commenting on the acquisition, Damien Duhamel, the CEO of Solidiance, said that the combination of Solidiance and Technomic Asia will make it the preferred go-to source for growth advisory and implementation support among Fortune 1000 and Asian conglomerate companies from Dubai to Shanghai.

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Looking For Growth in all the Wrong Places

Steve Ganster speaks on how to find new opportunities for growth in the New Normal China market.

Interview with Andy Rice of The Jordan Company On Outlook For Foreign Investment in M&A in China


Interview with David Hong of King & Wood Mallesons Regarding Key Issues Around Intellectual Property Protection in China