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GP Bullhound publishes new research report: “Technology Predictions 2012”

by david.nunes

GP Bullhound publishes new research report: “Technology Predictions 2012”


Looking forward to the year ahead, we anticipate that 2012 will bring macroeconomic challenges to the technology sector, driving increased competition as the sector continues to flatten. Our trends this year focus on companies who bring truly differentiated offerings to market and who will be rewarded by the potential for long term margin defensibility. 


In this report we will take a look at our 2011 predictions and identify and analyse our top trends for the upcoming year.


About GP Bullhound

GP Bullhound is a leading investment banking firm providing advice on mergers & acquisitions and institutional capital-raising to emerging growth companies in the Technology sector. The firm was established in 1999 and has a proven track record with over 100 completed M&A and Private Placement transactions on behalf of leading global entrepreneurs and business builders. The firm’s international team, comprised of some of the most experienced technology advisory professionals, together with its dedicated approach has helped establish its leading global position. GP Bullhound has strong domain expertise in the areas of Internet and Digital Media, Software and Services, CleanTech and Hardware, with a focus on providing pre-eminent advisory services to some of the best entrepreneurs, management teams and investors around the globe.


For enquiries contact: Lina Einarsson +44207 101 7560 ; lina.einarsson@gpbullhound.com



GP Bullhound LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority, registered in England & Wales no. OC352636 at 52 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6LX


GP Bullhound Inc. is regulated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)


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