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The digital revolution has brought great change to our lives and businesses. Nowhere is this more true than in the technology, media and entertainment, and telecommunications (TMT) industries. Both new and legacy companies jostle for a place in ecosystems where business models, competitors, margins, etc., constantly change. Corporate transactions are a key part of adapting to such change.


Value creation in today’s economies is largely driven by the technology industry and its innovations. But the industry itself among the most volatile, where yesterday’s winners are today’s has-beens. To manage such change, technology companies are the most voracious acquirers of early and growth stage companies bringing their inventions to market.


MSG is active in nearly every technology sector.  Clients’ strategies are most often responding to the following trends:​

  • ​Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  • Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

  • Edge Computing

  • Quantum Computing

  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

  • Blockchain

  • Internet of Things (IoT)

  • 5G

  • Cybersecurity

Media and Entertainment

The media industry has been completely disrupted by digital transformation. Survival requires companies to adopt new business models, to leverage new technologies, and to gain advantage over new competitors. The industry’s evolution generates demand for new alliances and acquisitions.

MSG is active in several Media and Entertainment sectors. Our clients are watching these trends in devising their strategies:

  • Tech companies in traditional media

  • Popularity of e-sports

  • ​Video gaming growth

  • Diversity in media

  • Migration to streaming platforms


The telecommunications industry has undergone rapid transformation for many years, since the breakup of monopolies in the 1980s and the introduction of wireless in the 1990s. Today the industry is once again experiencing massive change caused by the application of faster computing and new technologies.

MSG is active in most telecommunications sectors, and are following these trends in particular when advising clients:

  • Software defined networks

  • Internet of Things

  • Cloud computing

  • Communications models

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning

  • High resolution content

  • Cybersecurity

  • Connectivity technologies

  • Edge computing

  • 5G deployments

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