- Infare is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Ventiga invested in Infare in 2017
- Vitruvian is an independent growth capital firm headquartered in London
OAG, backed by Vitruvian Partners, has acquired Infare, a provider of competitor air travel data, from Ventiga Capital Partners, in a deal valuing the combined entity at over $500 million.
Infare is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Both management teams will retain a shareholding, with fresh backing provided by Vitruvian Partners.
“The combination creates additional growth opportunities for both teams. Vitruvian is delighted to support this ambitious technology company and renew our relationship with them for the years to come,” said Ben Johnson, a partner at Vitruvian.
OAG will grow to over 300 employees globally across 10 offices through this acquisition.
Ventiga invested in Infare in 2017.
OAG is a data platform for the global travel industry. The company is headquartered in Luton, UK, and has operations in the US, Singapore, Japan, China, and Lithuania.
Vitruvian is an independent growth capital firm headquartered in London. The firm has assets under management of over €15 billion.
Ventiga is a European private equity firm that invests in profitable growth companies in the B2B services space. The firm is based in London.
Arma Partners acted as exclusive financial advisor to Infare in the deal.