TS is always looking to provide gossip solutions for our content constituents. That’s amusing stories for our readers to you and me. So we were more than pleased last week when a release from United Business Media, a company that by virtue of working in the media really should know better, landed on the TS desk detailing its purchase of three new companies.
The news was relayed in the following memorable sentence: ‘United Business Media (‘UBM’) today announced that it has acquired three businesses in line with its strategy of adding bolt-on complementary multi-media assets to its existing industry verticals.’
Time for a new competition, TS reckons. If anyone has witnessed more ridiculous marketing speak than this, please post you suggestions in the comments box below.
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