Van Campen Liem advised the shareholders of MAAS in connection with their sale to Miko

Van Campen Liem advised Nimbus, a Netherlands based investment company, and Maas Management B.V. with the sale of their shares in Maas International Holding B.V. (“MAAS”) to Miko Koffie NV (“MIKO”). In March 2021, MIKO acquired a minority shareholding in MAAS. As a result of the latest transaction, MIKO has become the sole shareholder of MAAS.

Nimbus acquired MAAS in December 2018 to help the coffee and vending machine expert optimize its potential and achieve more in the Dutch market with a truly distinctive proposition.

MIKO, the coffee (service) specialist, listed on Euronext Brussels, found in MAAS a complementary organization alongside its Dutch subsidiary Miko Koffie Service. This acquisition is in line with the long-term strategy of the Miko group to further develop the roll-out of an international coffee service organization, by means of participations and its subsidiaries in various countries.

The Van Campen Liem team consisted of Martijn Stuart, Bart Wehmeijer, Jos Kroep, Lotte Smit and Giti Navabi.

Van Campen Liem acted for Taager in its seed financing round securing funding from, among others, 4DX Ventures and Breyer Capital

Taager is a social e-commerce platform enabling online merchants with end-to-end  logistics. The platform provides online merchants and suppliers with a suite of backend and integrated services, from operational and logistical infrastructure such as storage and shipping to an online marketplace to host their products, connecting sellers with wholesalers.

The seed round was led by Pan-African focused VC firm 4DX Ventures, who were advised by INGEN HOUSZ, and saw participation from Breyer Capital, RAED Ventures, BECO Capital and other private investors.

The Van Campen Liem team consisted of Saman Sadeghi, Tom Mitchell and Maarten Duijnker.






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