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Aurora acquires South Wales-based business

The print management company has announced a new partnership with Blue Sky Digital

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[L to R] Andy Moffitt, Aurora; Neil Brewer, Blue Sky; Ian Brewer, Blue Sky; and Martin Oxley, Aurora

Aurora Managed Services has acquired Blue Sky Digital, a managed print solution provider based in South Wales and Bristol.

A provider of fully managed print services, telecoms, office supplies, and enterprise solutions, Aurora has offices located throughout England, including its recently opened Newcastle office.

When growing into Newcastle the company said the expansion was part of its ethos of “local action, national scale.”

This latest addition to the company adds further expansion for Aurora as Blue Sky itself has evolved into a reputable business in South Wales and the South West of England. 

Blue Sky Digital was founded in 2011 by brothers Ian and Neil Brewer who have dedicated themselves to providing a personal and supportive business. 

The company has provided solutions from the likes of Sharp, Canon, and Konica Minolta, and supports industries like the legal, utilities, and education sectors.

Ian Brewer, managing director of Blue Sky Digital, comments: “We are truly excited about joining the Aurora Managed Services Group and eagerly anticipate furthering our footprint within Wales and the South West. 

“Our interactions with the Aurora board members and senior management solidify our belief that this partnership is the perfect fit for Blue Sky. With the additional services now available to us, we are poised to extend greater value to our loyal customer base.”

Brewer continues: “We are invigorated and optimistic about the future as we integrate into the Aurora family. To our existing customers, rest assured, we are committed to maintaining the same proactive service levels with our dedicated team members at your service.”

The acquisition took effect from December 1st and means Blue Sky Digital and Aurora will be able to continue to elevate services but also drive value for clients across various regions. 

Andy Moffitt, chief executive officer of Aurora, says: “The addition of Blue Sky Digital to Aurora brings about a considerable expansion in scale and geographical presence, aligning seamlessly with our mergers and acquisitions (M&A) strategy.

“Moreover, the shared ethos between our cultures is a testament to this union. Ian and Neil have fostered a remarkable business with a strong brand identity that we are committed to preserving. We are thrilled that they will continue their exceptional work as we collectively build upon the impressive track record of Blue Sky Digital, ushering in further innovative solutions for our customers.”

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