Bamboo kicks off buy-and-build strategy with MSP acquisition

Tom Wright
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MSP says 'aggressive' M&A strategy has been implemented to hit growth targets

Telecoms specialist Bamboo has kick-started an M&A drive with the acquisition of managed service provider Tech OP. Cheltenham-based Tech OP was founded in 1983 and services SMBs in the South-Wes...

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