Archer Capital-backed Aspire2 sees more acquisition opportunities after merger

Paul McBeth
Tue, 03 Nov 2015

By Paul McBeth Nov. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Aspire2 Group, the newly formed training organisation backed by Australian private equity firm Archer Capital, sees more acquisition opportunities in an evolving labour market and as the government seeks to increase foreign student numbers. The Auckland-based company has acquired private education businesses Cornerstone, Ntec, Queens Academic Group, Safety'n Action and Solomon Group to build the country's biggest provider of vocational courses to foreign students, with funding coming from Archer Capi...

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