June 18, 2019
Active International Spain announces acquisition of The Digital Gate Media Agency
ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF THE DIGITAL GATE MEDIA AGENCY
Active International have announced the successful acquisition of The Digital Gate media consultancy today. The acquisition of The Digital Gate by Active International will bring the agency into a global network of more than 500 employees operating in 14 countries.
Active International is headquartered in New York, USA and is the world leader within the Corporate Trade industry turning over 2,000M US annually. In 2012 they established operations in Madrid, Spain. Active specialises in financial and commercial solutions for their clients by generating value on assets and slow-moving inventories.
The Digital Gate is an independent media consultancy agency founded by Alberto San Agustin in 2015 with his partners Javier Diaz Colmenar, Jose Luis Peino and Javier Navarro.
"The acquisition of TDG is a necessary and exciting step forward that will strengthen our capabilities, especially digital ones; allowing us to continue offering our customers the best solutions and ensuring they can continue to innovate in their businesses “said Luis Platón, Managing Director of Active International Spain on the acquisition.
Luis Platón also stated that “Both companies will continue to operate as independent entities but will create a joint service portfolio invigorating business between us. This will reinforce the positioning / services of Active International and offer commercial agility to our shared clients.”
The partners at TDG stated "We will continue to provide the same level of quality and service that has allowed us to grow quickly; having the support of Active International will allow both companies to share clients, technical expertise and best practices across the global network. It is a very good opportunity for the TDG team to continue growing and accelerate the level of development in innovation and technology that we have projected in our business plan."