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United States : PROFORMA announces HYDE BROTHERS PRINTING Firm's acquisition.

As per the report, Steve Flaughers, Proprietor of Proforma 3rd Degree Marketing announced the coolaboration with Dick Kulick, Owner of Proforma Excalibur Business Solutions for leveraging Hyde Brothers Printing Company, a long-standing Marietta, OH commercial printer.

Financial details of the contract was not disclosed.

Pursuing acquisition opportunities was the next step in significantly growing my business, and purchasing Hyde Brothers will more than double my sales this year, said Flaughers. I had no previous experience in negotiating or buying another business, but with the help of Proforma s Mergers & Acquisitions Team it was easier than I could have ever imagined to achieve this level of success. We re looking forward to elevating the Hyde Brothers brand by providing clients with innovative, cutting edge marketing support.

Selling our business to Proforma was a win-win situation, said Lew Camp, of Hyde Brothers Printing. We have been providing commercial printing services for more than 100 years and we want to continue grow and serve our customers with the best products and services we can. Proforma is the industry leader in graphic communications, so it was a no-brainer that this relationship will help us continue to thrive and help our clients achieve their business goals.

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