Pulse Communications has been acquired by Kvass Group
Pulse Communications AS has been acquired by Kvass Group AS.
Pulse Communications is a well-established, full-service advertising and communications agency with a focus on technology and digital platforms. The company has experienced strong recent growth, largely generated through increased business within the real estate sector, particularly commercial real estate.
Kvass Group is a Norwegian investment company that creates lasting value and contributes to a sustainable future through digitalization – mainly in real estate. The group (comprising Kvass.no AS and Pulse Communications AS) delivers a wide range of digital solutions and has considerable experience and expertise in brand building, the real estate industry and software development.
Oaklins’ team in Norway acted as M&A sell-side advisor.
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