Bring Digital, a company that helps other businesses with their online presence, has been bought by a bigger company called Dark Matter Commerce. We don’t know how much they paid for it, but the two companies together will now make £12.5 million a year and have 170 employees in Manchester.
Dark Matter Commerce started in 2021 when another company, Space 48, got money from an investor named Foresight. That also led them to buy Brave the Skies last year.
Justin Young, the boss of Bring Digital, is excited about joining Dark Matter Commerce. He’s always admired their work and is looking forward to adding his company’s digital marketing skills to their services. He thinks they’ll be able to do great things for their clients together.
“Joining forces with Space 48 and Brave the Skies under the Dark Matter Commerce umbrella is an exciting opportunity for us,” he said. “We have always admired their work in the digital commerce space, and we are thrilled to be able to offer our digital marketing expertise to their clients. Together, we are well-positioned to deliver outstanding results for our clients.”
Joining forces with Space 48 and Brave the Skies under the Dark Matter Commerce umbrella is an exciting opportunity for usJustin Young, boss of Bring Digital
For Dark Matter Commerce, buying Bring Digital means they can now offer a complete range of services to businesses that sell things online. Their boss, Jon Woodall, is really happy about the deal. He believes that with Bring Digital’s skills, they can help businesses succeed in the competitive world of online sales no matter where they are in their digital journey.
Their clients include Bensons for Beds, Richer Sounds, Cotton Traders, Sports Shoes, Beauty Bay, and Fitness First.
Matthew Pomroy, a director at Foresight, is also excited about the deal. He thinks this is a big step for Dark Matter Commerce and that they could become a market leader. Last year, both Space 48 (now Dark Matter Commerce) and Bring Digital were rising stars in the Prolific North Top 50 Digital Agencies list.
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