Virtual Merger

Our 'I.T virtual merger' is designed to multiply the value of your company

A non-integrated virtual merger means you keep all of the equity, you run your business your way and stay in complete control right up to exit day.


Why Join Our Non-Integrated
I.T Virtual merger?


You Stay in Control

Non-integrated simply means your company, while being a 'notional' brand within the  group remains entirely autonomous for the whole journey to exit.

You Never Give Away Equity

What you've built remains yours. We never take equity in our Virtual Merger partners I.T business.

100% De-risked

If at anytime right up to exit day, you decide our path is no longer a fit for you, we will simply cancel the agreement at no costs and you go back to being a stand alone business.

The I.T
Virtual Merger


Exit Multiplyer

By 'locking arms' with other strategic IT focused companies, you become a part of a larger more valuable group.

On the radar

Private Equity companies are on the look out for high revenue business groups. That's what we're building.

Scale is the key

Each company is separate, but the aggregated revenue scale is what creates the exit values.

You have the helm

You remain in charge of the business, but we encourage you to build up the team who will take charge when you exit.

a de-risked strategy

At all times, you remain in charge of your brand. Should you decide this isn't for you, you simply reverse and go back to being a stand-alone business.

If you were selling your 'stand-alone' company today with (eg) a £/$300,000 EBITDA. At industry standard valuation it would bring you around £/$900,000 - But, as a part of our Virtual Merger, where you stay in control and never give away shares in your company, your £/$900,000 could become £/$3,390,000

The Scale Effect

Here's Our Shareable Deck

Onboarding & Monthly Management Fees

Your commitment to the group is a quarterly in advance partnership fee of £2997 that pays for our group accounting, a group Manager and  our deal team to research, engage and bring in new companies, each one designed to add value to the group as a whole and to maximise your values when you exit.