The deal for HB Communications gives Diversified a stronger position in the North East and access to several top customers.
KENILWORTH, NJ – Diversified, based here, announces the acquisition of HB Communications of North Haven, Connecticut, in an agreement that will merge two leading A / V integration companies.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Although Diversified was founded in New Jersey and has organically cultivated business in the Northeast for years, the acquisition expands the company’s team in the region to better meet the dynamic needs of its clients, according to the company. ‘announcement.
“Expanding our presence in the North East is a strategic step in sustaining the growth necessary to provide the best possible service to our customers,” said Fred D’Alessandro, Founder and CEO of Diversified.
HB Communication’s portfolio of complementary solutions – including audiovisual, broadcast, collaboration, creative services, digital signage and managed services – is expected to further enhance Diversified’s comprehensive offerings and provide the support needed to respond to a growing and evolving market.
The increased presence of the workforce in the Diversified Northeast positions to provide more organizations with modern digital media, communications and meet collaboration needs. HB Communication’s existing customer base will have access to additional technology specialties such as security and IT, as well as professional resources on a global scale.
“As we share a common mission focused on connecting people and organizations by strengthening communications around the world, joining Diversified offers a wealth of exciting new opportunities for our team,” adds Dana Barron, CEO of HB Communications. “Given Diversified’s reputation for engineering excellence, innovation and dedication in the marketplace, I know we will achieve great things together. “
As the first major acquisition in the audiovisual industry since the coronavirus pandemic, the move demonstrates Diversified’s continued commitment to growth, the announcement says.