Birketts advises on sale of leading tech PR agency

08 April 2020

Birketts, has advised the co-founders of leading tech PR agency Dynamo Communications Limited (Dynamo) on its sale to pioneering global communications firm Clarity London Ltd (Clarity), for an undisclosed sum.

Top-tier tech PR agency, Dynamo, was co-founded in 2011 by Peter Bowles and Paul Cockerton and specialises in representing disruptive challenge branders. Located in London with offices in San Francisco, the sale of the company is expected to create an industry leading full service independent consumer and B2B tech PR agency.

Based in New York, progressive communications agency Clarity also has offices in London, LA and San Francisco. Founded in 2013 and specialising in digital and content marketing, social media and media relations, Clarity supports clients from a range of sectors to develop their communications strategies and improve their media and analyst relations.

Birketts’ Chelmsford office led the transaction. The team advising on the deal included Heidi Jones (Corporate) with assistance from Sabina Rooney (Corporate) and John Kahn (Tax).

Peter Bowles, co-founder of Dynamo Communications Limited commented: “We are very excited to join forces with Clarity, a company who are likewise driven by innovation and quality of service. We want to thank the Dynamo team for embracing this fresh challenge and also Birketts, who provided us with a great service and were pro-active and attentive throughout the transaction. A pleasure to deal with.”

Heidi Jones, Associate, concluded: “We are delighted to have had the opportunity to work with an innovative business like Dynamo. Like Birketts, they are contemporary in outlook and approach, and it was a delight to play our part in helping this great team move to the next level. We are confident that this deal will see the company go from strength to strength.”

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