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Healthtech sees highest valuations in over five years
The first half of 2019 recorded an increase in healthtech M&A activity, with a healthy 100 deals inked (11% more than in 2H 2018) and around $8.3bn in disclosed transaction value throughout the period, reveals Hampleton Partners in its latest global Healthtech M&A Market Report.
M&A activity highlights emergence of the AR/VR sector
Hampleton Partners’ latest analysis of the AR and VR M&A global market reveals that this nascent sector is already showing signs of maturity, with later-stage funding, valuations and transaction volumes on the up and gaining momentum.
Artificial intelligence breakthroughs lead to M&A growth
The latest analysis of the Artificial Intelligence M&A market by Hampleton Partners, has revealed that over 150 deals were disclosed in 2018, up from 105 deals in 2017. The first half of 2019 is also showing impressive AI-related M&A momentum, with 65 deals already recorded and a total of near 100 deals forecast for the half-year only.
Driver behaviour undergoes revolution
The latest Automotive M&A Market Report from Hampleton Partners, outlined how the world’s automotive manufacturers are competing fiercely with suppliers as well as newer market entrants, such as Waymo and Tesla, to acquire the cutting-edge auto businesses and technologies that are transforming the future of personal mobility and commercial transport.
Big Data revolution drives healthcare technology
The latest Healthtech M&A Market Report from international technology mergers and acquisitions advisors, Hampleton Partners, reveals how Big Data is fast becoming the common currency that lies at the heart of high-value business models in the healthtech sector.
Innovation spurs huge M&A transaction volumes and valuations
In its latest analysis of global Mergers & Acquisitions activity in Enterprise Software, Hampleton Partners reports that the sector delivered its best half year on record with 522 transactions in total. Deal volume was up 11% year-over-year, and up 15% from the previous half year period.