Redstone Group has demerged its network-based managed services business so that it can begin operating as a separate entity.
Data services company Six Degrees Group has closed its thirteenth acquisition since its October 2011 launch.
GrowthBusiness catches up with Six Degrees founder and serial entrepreneur Alastair Mills to find out how his business has been bedding in its numerous acquisitions and what its latest purchase adds to the company.
Chelsea Football Club owner and Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich has ploughed £70 million into UK-based mobile telecoms business Truphone.
The bank-backed Business Growth Fund has made its second telecoms investment through a backing of Bullitt Group.
Kernel Capital has closed a new deal through the Bank of Ireland Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund.
The corporate venture arm of mobile phone manufacturers Nokia has unveiled its third investment fund and set aside $250 million (£159.1 million) for deals.
Mobile network Orange has made an investment through its Orange & Publicis strategic venture capital initiative.
Gigaclear is now charged to increase its roll-out of fibre-to-the-home broadband networks in rural communities after receiving new funding.
Wireless communications business Neul has raised £3.1 million at a 25 per cent increase to its price per share in November 2011.
Venture capital-backed Six Degrees Group has made the 12th acquisition of its 18-month lifetime.
Ubiquisys has taken its total venture capital fundraising to $81 million (£51.7 million) and attracted two new investors.
A Thames Valley-based company that helps businesses and government bodies manage their voice and data networks has accelerated its growth by acquiring another British business.
The story of Lebara’s CEO Ratheesan Yoganathan provides proof you really can build a business from nothing – but you’ll need guts and charm in abundance to pull it off. GrowthBusiness finds out how the Sri Lankan-born entrepreneur cracked the international telecoms market.
Private equity firm Maven Capital Partners has exited its investment in Nessco Group by way of a trade sale.
The provider of free conference calls is looking to strengthen its grip on the UK market with the acquisition of a rival company.
The Dublin-based provider of software for telecoms companies has raised funding from investors led by Japanese IT business NS Solutions.
The company, which was started by Gradwell while at university in 1998, now has a turnover of £5 million and provides services to 12,000 small businesses in the UK.
Following in the footsteps of Telephonica, Orange is launching its own venture capital fund alongside Paris-based Publicis.
Kent-based messaging company Synchronica has settled on a better offer from Myriad.
Time was of the essence when Mario Di Giorgio, CEO of e-cigarette brand Salmon & Trout, launched his business. He explains how being proactive worked.
Sophia Harrison, director of financial and professional services at Grayling, looks at how a new exchange platform out of Sweden could strike the right chord of regulation for SMEs.
That a team of 13 could build a business worth $1 billion should be the inspiration that all entrepreneurs need.
New research from GrowthBusiness shows that the number of UK cash shells is climbing. We speak to new entrants to the market and those that have recently closed deals to find out what’s driving shells’ increasing popularity.