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Kinstellar Advises Yanolja Cloud on Acquisition of Go Global Travel

Kinstellar Advises Yanolja Cloud on Acquisition of Go Global Travel

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Kinstellar, working with Watson Farley & Williams, has advised South Korea's Yanolja Cloud on its acquisition of Go Global Travel from the AMI Opportunities Fund.

Yanolja Cloud is a provider of AI-based software-as-a-service solutions for the hospitality and leisure industries.

Tel Aviv-headquartered Go Global Travel is a B2B travel technology company that distributes its inventory of more than one million hotels and other travel products from 200 countries to over 20,000 client partners.

"The acquisition of GGT from the AMI Opportunities Fund will give Yanolja Cloud unparalleled distribution capabilities, making it a one-of-a-kind company and allowing properties of all types, sizes, and budget ranges – and in every corner of the world – to digitize property operations," the firm announced.

The Kinstellar team included Czech Republic-based Managing Partner Lukas Sevcik, Senior Associates Matej Vecera and Tereza Maskova, Associate Denisa Simanska, and Junior Associate Vit Kopecny; Slovakia-based Managing Associate Lukas Mrazik, Associates Norbert Stilla, Katrina Sowada, and Matus Kocicek, and Junior Associate Barbora Blahova; Bulgaria-based Partner Nina Tsifudina, Managing Associate Georgi Kanev, Consultant Vanya Evtimova, Associate Debora Dineva, and Junior Associate Yasen Toshev; Croatia-based Partner Mihovil Granic, Senior Associates Tena Pajalic and Andrej Skljarov, and Junior Associates Luka Banozic and Eva Horak; Hungary-based Partner Annamaria Csenterics, Managing Associate Zsuzsa Andreko, Senior Associate Daniel Endre Nagy, Associate Bertalan Vanyam, and Junior Associates Anna Emma Lang, Anna Szilagyi, and Szabolcs Szilagyi; Romania-based Partner Zsuzsa Csiki, Managing Associate Catalin Graure, Senior Associates Mihai Stan, Oana Grigore, and Catalin Roman, and Associates Ioana Popescu, Cosmin Vasilescu, Andrei Costea, and Andrei Gongea; and Turkey-based Partner Edmund Emre Ozer, Senior Associate Yagmur Ipek Ozen, Associates Ceren Ceyhan and Ege Erol, and Junior Associates Umut Aydogan and Ece Gun.

Kinstellar did not respond to our inquiry on the matter.

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