Corporate Finance, Deal Advisory, Transaction services
Gerald Edelman advises on the acquisition of Inpulse by Redington Drive Capital
We are delighted to announce that we have advised Redington Drive Capital on the acquisition of Inpulse, an industry-leading provider of AI-powered employee engagement software and consultancy.
About Redington Drive Capital
Founded by Andrew Nguyen, Redington Drive Capital is a search fund focused on the acquisition and operations of fast-growing Software and IT Services businesses.
Established in 2004, Inpulse has evolved to serve a diverse client base, spanning from large international public and private corporations to small businesses. Inpulse is powered by class-leading artificial intelligence. The platform reveals employee sentiment and emotions within client organisations, providing insight into engagement, culture, and staff turnover. Inpulse provides clients with the ability to intelligently monitor employee engagement in real-time as well as providing detailed insight to tackle the source of any issues.
Andrew Nguyen, Managing Partner at Redington Drive Capital, commented: “Inpulse’s commitment to revolutionising the employee engagement landscape aligns perfectly with our vision for fostering innovation and driving growth. Together, we are poised to make a substantial impact on the future of workplace dynamics in the UK and beyond.”
Gerald Edelman acted as a buy-side financial adviser on the transaction, which included financial and tax due diligence. The Gerald Edelman team was led by Carl Lundberg (Partner) and Will Abell (Director). Will Abell commented: “It is always a pleasure to work with passionate and knowledgeable searchers like Andrew. As with any M&A transaction, there were unique challenges and complexities to overcome, and it was pleasing that we were able to do so, securing a positive outcome for all stakeholders. We wish Andrew all the best during the next phase of Inpulse’s exciting growth story.”