Howard Bobrow, a partner in Taft’s Business and Finance Practice, was quoted in a front page story in the September 3rd issue of Crain’s Cleveland Business. The article expands on the fact that in the wake of two acquisitions late last month totaling $470 million, several people who follow technology companies in the region say many local tech firms now are capable of attracting far greater amounts of money than they could have just a few years ago.
Bobrow noted that improvements in the broader market for mergers and acquisitions are helping, but he added that the region’s tech sector is in a better position to take advantage of those improvements than it would have been a few years ago. “I absolutely think it means that the industry is showing signs of maturity,” he said.
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