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Allen & Overy and Dentons Advise on Sale of Sli.do to Cisco

Allen & Overy and Dentons Advise on Sale of Sli.do to Cisco

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Allen & Overy has advised Cisco on the acquisition of Slovakia-based Sli.do from Instando, Anton Zajac, Hewor Property Management, and Kenneth Patrick Ryan. Dentons advised the sellers on the deal.

Dentons describes Sli.do, which has over 7 million monthly users, as providing “its customers with an inclusive audience engagement platform that enables real-time feedback and insight before, during, and after any meeting or event via dynamic polls, Q&A, quizzes, word clouds, surveys and more.”

According to Dentons, “as a result of the transaction, the Sli.do technology will be integrated into the Cisco Webex platform in order to enhance audience engagement across both in-person and virtual experiences.”

Dentons’ team was led by Budapest-based Partner Rob Irving and Bratislava-based Partner Juraj Gyarfas and included Washington DC-based Partner Michael Maryn and Budapest-based Associate Sebastian Ishiguro.

Allen & Overy's team included Managing Partner Martin Magal, Counsel Katarina Matulnikova, Senior Associates Tomas Bury and Zuzana Hecko, and Lawyers Michaela Nemethova and Darius Balasko.

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