More NewsUCI Web Group Acquires Third Street Interactive

UCI Web Group Acquires Third Street Interactive

UCI Web Group, an Internet servicesholding company, this week snatched up interactive agency Third Street Interactive, continuingits roll-up strategy.

UCI Web Group, an Internet services holding company, this week snatched up interactive agency Third Street Interactive, continuing its roll-up strategy.

The companies said the transaction was a cash and stock deal, but didn’t disclose the specific financial terms.

UCI says it’s working to bring together interactive agencies with complementary skill sets and geographic distribution, in an effort to build an interactive services powerhouse.

The company has already acquired OnlineFocus and sharkBYTES, and it says it plans to make more purchases in the coming weeks.

Third Street’s client list includes Bestfoods, Reuters, AT&T, Dictaphone, Metro Business Systems, and Trade Dimensions.

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