EMERAM Capital Partners, a Munich-based investment company focusing on high-growth medium-sized companies in German-speaking countries, has acquired a stake in ]init[ Aktiengesellschaft für digitale Kommunikation, a leading German provider of digital transformation services based in Berlin. Dirk Stocksmeier, CEO and founder of ]init[, remains Chief Executive Officer and a major stakeholder. The international law firm Taylor Wessing provided Stocksmeier and the remaining ]init[ shareholders with advice on all legal questions in connection with the transaction.
]init[ Aktiengesellschaft's scope of business includes the development and implementation of digitization strategies, the creation and operation of websites and portals, consulting services in the areas of IT strategy/IT security and the operation of data centres, cloud and IT managed services. The company employs more than 500 people worldwide. As well as its headquarters in Berlin, ]init[ has offices in Hamburg, Cologne, Mainz, Munich, Brussels and Delhi.
Dirk Stocksmeier, Chief Executive Officer of ]init[, sees ]init[ as an important driving force for the digitization of public administration and business: "We have made it our task to accompany our customers on their way to digitization and to enable them to actively use the opportunities of digital change. With EMERAM we have found an experienced and long-term oriented partner who will support us in further expanding our service portfolio for our customers".
Legal Advisors to ]init[ Shareholders:
Taylor Wessing: Dr. Norman Röchert (Lead Partner), Marc-Oliver Kurth (Partner), Stephan Meyer (Associate), all Corporate, all Berlin, Dr. Bert Kimpel (Partner), Johanna Thünnesen (Associate), both Tax, both Düsseldorf, Dr. Sebastian Buder (Partner), Nico Jänicke (Salary Partner), both Employment, Pensions & Mobility, both Berlin, Dr. Holger Schrewe (Partner, Corporate), Dr. Jens Wiesner (Partner, Finance), both Hamburg