Hanley Wood buys Meyers Group

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Washington, D.C.—Hanley Wood announced it has acquired the Meyers Group, a provider of real estate data and consulting services.

With the move, Hanley Wood said its annual revenues will top $200 million for the first time. It was a $100 million company when it was acquired by private equity firm Veronis Suhler Stevenson five years ago.

“The theme at this year’s American Business Media annual meeting was rich data, so it’s clear that providing high-value, hard-to-get industry data is something leading business media companies are focused on delivering,” Michael Wood, Hanley Wood CEO, said in a statement.

—Sean Callahan

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