Serial Cross-Border M&A Excels in the Digital Media Landscape

Infrastructural shifts in global Internet consumption have assisted companies in rapidly scaling their businesses through both organic and inorganic methods, as competition for consumers and service adoption remain the greatest obstacles to dominance.  While some companies believe in a strategy of gradual and organic adoption, others have not relied on this "Facebook" effect and have otherwise sought immediate expansion through mergers and acquisitions of competitors and/or complementary offerings in geographically diverse regions.

This paper provides the first comprehensive look at the borderless digital media economy and the distinct benefits reaped by those who actively participate within it.