Delve and Bresslergroup have shared plans to merge their consulting firms to form a new partner company within the Trinity Hunt Partners portfolio. As full-service innovation consulting firms, Bresslergroup and Delve focus on new product definition, design, and development, from initial strategy through the transition to implementation. Both companies partner with start-ups to Fortune 500 clients in the healthcare, consumer, commercial, and transportation industries to provide support with research, strategy, design, and engineering services.
"Bresslergroup and Delve bring similar backgrounds, philosophies, and approaches to the way we run our businesses currently,” said Bresslergroup Managing Partner Andrew Weiman in a news release. “We both have roots in design, engineering, and development, and have similarly transformed over time to meet the evolving needs of our clients, including digital experience and software design and development. Our common ground and shared growth objective positions us well as we further expand our capabilities to benefit our clients. A merger of this scope is an exciting opportunity to further establish both Bresslergroup and Delve as forerunners in our field.”
Added Delve President Dave Franchino: “Delve and Bresslergroup have established longstanding client relationships based on trust and service excellence. Our clients will continue to work with the same creative and talented designers, strategists, and engineers as in the past.
“Merging our highly compatible teams doubles our capacity and resources and increases the breadth and depth of our capabilities across all areas of specialization,” Franchino continued. “We’ll be able to take on projects of increasing complexity, scale, and scope with uncompromising focus, attention to detail, creativity, and innovation.”
Weiman and Franchino have been appointed to the combined company’s board of directors and will continue as shareholders of the new company. Bresslergroup Managing Partners Mathieu Turpault and Mike Flanagan, as well as Delve shareholders Craig Conner, Jesse Darley, Justen England, Kent Kallsen, Stefanie Norvaisas, Rainer Schnabel, and Ami Verhalen continue to lead their respective businesses and will continue as shareholders in the combined company as well.