@MergerNews is a new Twitter Feed that distributes M & A deal activity news & deal ideas focussing on the Australian & South East Asian Markets
Online PR News – 05-August-2014 – Sydney, Australia – With the global resurgence in M&A activity, a new free Twitter feed has launched delivering timely corporate dealmaking information & potential dealmaking opportunities to M & A Professionals, Market Participants & Corporate Executives.
@MergerNews is a new Twitter feed that focuses on corporate developments in the Australian & South East Asian markets.
Since its launch on July 23, @MergerNews has delivered over 260 individual Tweets, covering diverse markets including Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand & Thailand.
"There is so much corporate news flow on a daily basis it is easy to be swamped by information overload and not be able to keep up," Nicholas Assef commented. "Whilst there are a number of expensive subscription based M & A services, @MergerNews delivers a simplified stream of market activity & potential deal ideas that allows the reader to come up to speed on the latest updates in a matter of minutes," Nicholas Assef continued.
As a free Twitter service, @MergerNews is not designed to provide lengthy comment or opinion, but rather to deliver a flow of specific M & A centric content in a convenient form. Being across deal activity is critically important in a fast paced business world where Company Directors & Clients expect the busy M & A Professional to be both well informed and to bring forward ideas.
The content for @MergerNews is primarily sourced from daily releases on Australasian Stock Exchanges. That feed is complimented by referenced news story Retweets which should be of interest to the M & A Professional. The initial focus of @MergerNews is simply to present high quality information & referenced news reports conveniently.
"Twitter is the perfect platform for @MergerNews, allowing short Tweets to be distributed as and when announcements occur, allowing Followers a single point of reference to review the latest developments," Nicholas Assef concluded.