A Wallflower No Longer

Auckland digital signage company Wallflower Global has been purchased by Thailand’s Global Satellite Broadcasting Corporation (GSBC) for US $20 million. Since its inception four years ago, Wallflower has become the preferred digital signage specialist for international companies including Vodafone, Telstra, Sky City and Mazda. “We are thrilled to acquire the business not just because of its dynamic user friendly technology but also Wallflower has a huge footprint in Australia and NZ,” said GSBC founder Ronald Flynn. “The people at Wallflower are terrific and [Wallflower Global CEO] Tony Scott will be staying on board as the CTO and President for the newly named GSBC Wallflower.”


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