We’re expanding our mobile portfolio. Know anyone who wants to sell?

That’s the email I got in this morning from a very big, international media company.

They’re looking to expand their mobile portfolio with joint ventures and acquisitions.

“What sort of mobile services?” I asked the chap.

“Anything. We’ll take a look at anything mobile and see if we can do business,” came the reply.


If you’ve got a company you’d like to sell, or if you’d be interested in discussing joint ventures, we should talk.  I’ll plug you in.

If your business or concept is the sort of thing that an international media conglomerate might like like, definitely email.   So I’m thinking mobile consumer related services and applications.

Whack me a few lines as an overview and I’ll forward it to the chap.  If there’s interest, I’ll connect you.

As ever, I’m on ewan@mobileindustryreview.com.

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