In just one week, three important business transactions in Romanian online were announced, Wall-Street.ro relaying info on all of them.
Interactive services company SimPlus brought TransportUrban.ro, an app that allows establishing an itinerary in Bucharest depending on common transportation means used, and paid for it around Euro 40,000, according to an exclusive article published by Wall-Street.ro.
Simplus, integrator that has mobile payments active projects for public transportation, will develop the acquired app in the next half a year. Afterwards, with only one app, users will be able to plan their itinerary, pay for transportation and monitor the location of the transportation means. The app can be configured for any city, so it can be expanded even at international level.
Also reported by Wall-Street.ro was the acquisition of Urbo.ro by InternetCorp.
InternetCorp brought Urbo.ro – that has info on over 100,000 locations and has around 400,000 unique visitors per month – from Adulmec SRL. The acquisition was made to expand InternetCorp’s portfolio with a new niche (going out & entertainment), expanding advertising offer with premium formats and because “it was a good deal”.
Following the buy, InternetCorp will invest in adding info on concerts/events or festivals and marketing for both web and mobile (iOS and Android) versions of Urbo.ro.
Bookblog.ro, most known Romanian lecture blog, was sold by its founder, Andrei Rosca, to Dan Calugareanu, Alliance Computers boss. As Wall-Street.ro writes, Rosca decided to sell BookBlog in order to focus Spada Digital Media, social media agency he founded last year and from which he expects this year a turnover of Euro 180,000-200,000.