Audiovisual integrator AVM Impact has cut the ribbon on no fewer than three new offices – two in Scotland and one in London.
According to a statement from Jodie Robinson, marketing manager at AVM Impact, the new City of London (pictured, below right) and Edinburgh offices (bottom left) will feature showcases of the visual communications specialist's own video and collaboration offerings, called the True Collaboration Rooms.
The third office is in Perth (pictured above), bringing the company's total to eight locations across the UK for its 400 or so staff, including Glasgow, Taunton, Leeds, Belfast, and the Sunbury-on-Thames head office.
The news comes not long after AVM's acquisition of rival integrator Impact, announced in December 2012 as making the integrator the UK's largest provider of audiovisual and videoconferencing.
AVM, a 12-year-old private company, has made a stream of acquisitions over the past eight years that have pushed its market cap over £10m a year.
According to the equity firm's September 2012 annual report, Octopus Investments divested its AVM holding last year, realising a profit on its original 2006 investment of £951,000.
AVM Impact is currently advertising services, technical and administration vacancies.
Prior to the Impact acquisition, the company was also still managing its extensive global alliance of audiovisual resellers, the AV Alliance, but in January the AV Alliance merged with a similar US-based partner group, the Global Presence Alliance.
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