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  1. Case Study: Resy

    Resy & Amex Satisfy Appetites for Exclusive Dining Access Case Study: Resy

    When Resy announced it was being acquired by American Express, the deal capped off an exhilarating, four-year journey from start-up to exit. From its earliest days, Davis+Gilbert represented the digital restaurant reservation booking and management platform in its mission to elevate dining experiences worldwide.

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  2. Case Study: Nike

    A Retail Leader Bests Itself: Nike’s House of Innovation Case Study: Nike

    Nearly 25 years after introducing its flagship Niketown at 57th Street near Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, Nike sought to relocate its retail presence to a 68,000 square feet, 6-floor space in the heart of Fifth Avenue. But before Nike could transform the space, several New York-sized hurdles stood in the way.

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  3. Case Study: Little Caesars

    Little Caesars' Recipe for Success Case Study: Little Caesars

    In the fiercely competitive world of pizza, it’s a never-ending battle for market share and profits. For long-time Davis+Gilbert client Little Caesars, maintaining its position against its rivals is a feat of aggressive advertising and innovative product delivery.

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  4. Case Study: Clean.io

    Adtech Start-up Shuts Down a Competitor’s Lawsuit Case Study: Clean.io

    When technology veterans from AOL, Microsoft and Google helped to found clean.io Inc., they knew their innovative software to combat malicious ads was its most valuable asset. The Baltimore-based start-up company helps publishers, advertising platforms and other digital businesses prevent malvertising from disrupting customer engagement and revenue generation.

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  5. Industry Report: PR M&A

    A Surprisingly Active Year in Public Relations M&A Industry Report: PR M&A

    In our second annual Public Relations M&A Activity Report, Partners Michael Lasky and Brad Schwartzberg discuss how, after an initial slowing of activity, M&A picked up in the second half of 2020 and first quarter of 2021. With the discovery and rollout of effective vaccines, there is optimism for a return to normalcy in 2021 in many countries, which may bode well for a robust M&A market in 2021.

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  1. Case Study: Resy

    Resy & Amex Satisfy Appetites for Exclusive Dining Access Case Study: Resy

    When Resy announced it was being acquired by American Express, the deal capped off an exhilarating, four-year journey from start-up to exit. From its earliest days, Davis+Gilbert represented the digital restaurant reservation booking and management platform in its mission to elevate dining experiences worldwide.

    Learn More
  2. Case Study: Nike

    A Retail Leader Bests Itself: Nike’s House of Innovation Case Study: Nike

    Nearly 25 years after introducing its flagship Niketown at 57th Street near Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, Nike sought to relocate its retail presence to a 68,000 square feet, 6-floor space in the heart of Fifth Avenue. But before Nike could transform the space, several New York-sized hurdles stood in the way.

    Learn More
  3. Case Study: Little Caesars

    Little Caesars' Recipe for Success Case Study: Little Caesars

    In the fiercely competitive world of pizza, it’s a never-ending battle for market share and profits. For long-time Davis+Gilbert client Little Caesars, maintaining its position against its rivals is a feat of aggressive advertising and innovative product delivery.

    Learn More
  4. Case Study: Clean.io

    Adtech Start-up Shuts Down a Competitor’s Lawsuit Case Study: Clean.io

    When technology veterans from AOL, Microsoft and Google helped to found clean.io Inc., they knew their innovative software to combat malicious ads was its most valuable asset. The Baltimore-based start-up company helps publishers, advertising platforms and other digital businesses prevent malvertising from disrupting customer engagement and revenue generation.

    Learn More
  5. Industry Report: PR M&A

    A Surprisingly Active Year in Public Relations M&A Industry Report: PR M&A

    In our second annual Public Relations M&A Activity Report, Partners Michael Lasky and Brad Schwartzberg discuss how, after an initial slowing of activity, M&A picked up in the second half of 2020 and first quarter of 2021. With the discovery and rollout of effective vaccines, there is optimism for a return to normalcy in 2021 in many countries, which may bode well for a robust M&A market in 2021.

    Learn More