In the field of Business Services; digitalisation and outsourcing remain the two main drivers of change. Businesses must demonstrate that they can add value as an intermediary and can contribute to make-or-buy decisions, increased flexibility and e-commerce. In this environment proprietorship is not self-evident, Everything-as-a-Service is the standard and block chain technology offers new opportunities for growth. Clairfield Belgium recognises these dynamics like no other. Based on our in-depth knowledge of the Business Services sector, we are able to secure the best possible deal for our clients. We conduct the valuations, we know the buyers, we analyse the risks and help to circumvent them. We value our integrity, take pride in our independent advisory and work efficiently with our global network to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.
Within vertical Business Services, we specialise in subsectors such as HR services, consulting, IT, logistics, facility, rental and industrial services.
The effectiveness of our approach is demonstrated by our track record of successful transactions. Recent examples include the support of Altran in their acquisition of technical consultant Nspyre. Other examples are the restructuring of the employee participation plan of CSU and the support of Famed in their strategic divestment of document handling service provider Doccare to their competitor Karmac.
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For more than 50 years, the Interparking Group, a leader in the parking sector, has been a recognised expert in the design, development and operation of public car parks for off-street and on-street parking.
The leading shareholder of Interparking is AG Real Estate, active in the management of real estate assets, the real estate development and the management of public car parks.
Interparking wanted to strengthen its position among the European leaders in the car park sector by continuing to expand its more than 592 operational car parks. After launching first project in Romania, Poland is Interparking’s second important entry into the growing Eastern Europe market. Interparking’s long experience in the car parking sector will make a significant contribution to improve transportation in Polish cities and traffic zones.
Poland Car Parking is one of the most important players on the Polish market. It manages 12 car parks containing 7000 places spread over 7 cities. The Gdansk and Wroclaw airport car parks as well as several car parks in Warsaw are managed by Poland Car Parking with a staff of more than 50 employees.