- IG&H is a Dutch consultancy and technology firm
- IK’s purchase will allow IG&H to pursue further international expansion as well as solidifying its position in the Benelux and DACH markets
- IG&H has doubled its full-time employee headcount and nearly doubled revenues since 2018
IK Partners has today agreed to acquire a majority stake in Dutch consultancy and technology firm IG&H from the company’s management. The investment will be made via IK IX Fund.
IG&H is a digital transformation specialist with an end-to-end service offering. It offers consultancy and advisory, data analytics, low code application development and digital solutions. It is headquartered in Utrecht and employs 350 people with further offices in Lisbon, Porto and Munich. Following the company’s full digital transformation in recent years it has more than doubled its number of full-time employees and revenues have nearly doubled since 2018.
IK Partners is a London-based private equity firm focused on mid-market companies across the business services, healthcare, consumer and industrials sectors in the Benelux, DACH, France, Nordics and the UK. It was established in 1989.
“IG&H has recorded impressive growth in the digital transformation market with the expert guidance of an experienced management team under Jan van Hasenbroek,” said Norman Bremer, partner at IK and advisor to the IK IX Fund. “We are looking forward to supporting the company in future growth plans through consolidation of a fragmented European marketplace and continued expansion in a growing addressable market.”
“This is an extremely exciting time for IG&H as we continue to build on our market-leading position in digital transformation services and sector solutions,” said Jan van Hasenbroek, CEO of IG&H. “The support of IK, with their deep market expertise and pan-European presence, will allow us to support our clients better and pursue further international expansion and solidify our position in both the Benelux and DACH markets.”