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A DZP team has advised the founders and shareholders of Snap Outdoor sp. z o.o. on the sale of 80% of its shares to Enterprise Investors.
Snap Outdoor is a distributor of outdoor clothing and equipment and the owner of the 8a.pl brand, the most popular e-commerce shop in Poland dedicated to active tourism and mountain sports. Due to the transaction and the acquisition of a new investor, Snap Outdoor is now planning to expand its operations to other Central and Eastern European countries.
Our advice covered all stages of the transaction, from support during a due diligence through pre-transaction restructuring, drafting and negotiating transaction documentation to transaction closing.
Support was also provided by Jarosław Łukawski, Partner in the Competition Law Team, Łukasz Górzny, Senior Associate in the Labour and Social Security Practice, Grzegorz Sprawka, Senior Tax Manager in the Tax Practice, and Wojciech Koczara, Partner in the Real Estate Practice.
The business adviser to the sellers was a CMT Advisory team led by Piotr Stobiecki and Maciej Zając.
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