New proprietor for digital marketing agency


A Bristol-based digital advertising employer has been acquired by means of non-public fairness subsidized global virtual communications organization.

With more than 20 employees, Microserve, which has been snapped up through Investis virtual, develops digital reports, which includes website audits, design, user revel in, strategy, and overall web page assist and protection. Its group of Drupal-authorised builders is considered one of the biggest within the UK.

Microserve’s customers range from financial service giants to charities, NGOs, local government, and extra.

This portfolio of clients will add to Investis virtual’s very own well-known clients, which include ASOS, Anglo American, Rolls-Royce, Ocado, Heineken, and Vodafone. London-centered Investis virtual is owned by means of non-public equity organization ECI companions.

Dan McNamara, dealing with the director at Microserve, stated: “we’re so thrilled to be joining the Investis digital team, in particular at some stage in a duration of increase.

“The opportunity to work along with brilliant skills, get entry to a wider client base, and leverage our talents to accelerate their Drupal competencies made this partnership the proper choice.”

The company finance team at PKF Francis Clark cautioned Microserve’s shareholders on the sale.

PKF Francis Clark’s group comprised Nick Tippett and Stuart Rogers.

Tippett stated: “Microserve is an incredible instance of the excessive caliber of business primarily based in Bristol, especially within the generation sector. With our Bristol office, we had been nicely placed to suggest the shareholders on the transaction and provide them with expert taxation advice as part of our function.

“Despite the ongoing uncertainty, we’re seeing energetic acquirers seeking out strategic purchases of excessive pleasant groups, particularly in sectors which have completed nicely during Covid-19.”

Alex Pyatt, of Temple vivid, furnished criminal advice to the shareholders of Microserve.

The Microserve group will continue to be based in Bristol, with Dan McNamara main the mixing of Microserve into the Investis digital business.