Presteigne Broadcast Hire eyes growth after MBO

CEO Mike Ransome and his team were supported by NVM Private Equity LLP
Mike Ransome, CEO, Preseteigne Broadcast Hire.
Mike Ransome, CEO, Preseteigne Broadcast Hire.

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Presteigne Broadcast Hire, a dry hire and broadcast solution provider, has completed a management buyout (MBO). The deal, which was supported by NVM Private Equity LLP, will enable CEO Mike Ransome and his team to regain control of the business after being part of Avesco Group since shortly after Presteigne’s inception in 1991.

The MBO positions the company for growth as it embraces rapid advances in RF, IP and 4K acquisition, management, and delivery.

Ransome said: “Broadcast, or what used to be called broadcast, is changing – and moving – fast. This buyout returns to us total control over how we plan for, invest in, and – most importantly – respond to our rapidly growing clientele, and their rapidly evolving requirements, worldwide.”

David Rolfe, investment partner of NVM Private Equity, said: “Presteigne has a strong platform for growth and NVM is delighted to be able to support Mike and his team with the necessary resources to expand the business as an independent company.

Presteigne has a strong client base, quality leadership, and operates across different geographies, sectors and specialist areas of the broadcasting industry. We are looking forward to working with the team on this next exciting chapter and warmly welcome Presteigne to our portfolio of dynamic brands.

“We’ve come such a long way in 25 years, seeing, meeting, and often exceeding expectations, from boat races on the River Thames to live broadcasts from the centre of a dormant African volcano.
“The time is right to take full control of Presteigne’s destiny, which will in turn enable our customers to respond to and exploit enormous revenue-generating opportunities worldwide.”

Presteigne will continue to provide the audio, video, and increasingly software-defined technology, reliability, and service for which it is renowned, but with a renewed sense of confidence that independent ownership, management, and a quarter-century of experience can deliver.

Ransome added: “It’s a very exciting time for Presteigne, and for the industry. We will provide our clients with the best advice, technology, and support that it’s possible to provide given the flexibility and responsiveness now afforded to us by this MBO.”
 

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