Media & Digital Technology

Media is changing at an extraordinary pace – perhaps faster than any other market sector. Change brings opportunity.

With the explosion in digital content consumption and non-stop M&A activity, the media landscape is barely recognisable from that of the pre-internet age.

The UK’s creative industries and digital technology skills are recognised worldwide and these businesses continue to attract international buyers.

Central to Cavendish’s media expertise is our understanding of a broad range of media sectors. Advertising and marketing, data management, digital technology, publishing, television production, PR, events and conferences, recruitment and sports marketing.

At Cavendish we understand the media and digital space and the convergence with other sectors such as healthcare and technology. This has enabled us to achieve excellent prices for our clients across a broad range of media and digital businesses.

CASE STUDY

Cavendish advises leading post-production company The Farm Group on its acquisition by US company Picture Head

Case study body text: Cavendish advised The Farm Group, the UK’s leading broadcast post-production company, on its acquisition by major US company, Picture Head. This was Picture Head’s second international acquisition.

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Cavendish’s success is based on the wealth of experience of our people. We have a team of professionals with expertise across a wide variety of sectors, deal sizes, and transaction types.

Linda Sullivan

Partner & Head of Media and Digital

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