mCube is a fabless semiconductor company that provides micro electro mechanical sensors(MEMS) motion sensors primarily for the usage of OEMs of Internet of moving things. Its offerings are sensor components, sensor modules, and wearable sensor systems. Its sensor component is a range of 3-axis accelerometer sensors that can record acceleration up to 16g, its sensor modules have use cases in smart devices like drone and likewise and can perform functions like motion tracking. The company’s wearable sensor systems are for OEM of smart wearable devices to track various movements, activities, walk counts and more. The company also provides a software system called MT Software Suite, for developers to configure the sensor modules as per requirement. Clients are Casio G-Shock, Lenovo, Acer & ZTE mobiles, Leadtek and more. Eastward Capital Partners is a provider of venture debt and equity financing solutions to technology companies backed by venture capital firms.
VIOTTA advised Management and Workers on acquisition of Panteia B.V. from Stichting Panteia
VIOTTA advised Panteia B.V. with the acquisition by the management and Workers together with Nimbus Stichting Panteia. Panteia provides policy research & consultancy and market research services for small andVIEW CASE
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The MAC clause is common in acquisition contracts and its purpose is to protect the buyer from circumstances that have a significant impact on the financial position of the target company.READ ARTICLE