Curious to know about full company acquisition? A full company acquisition, also known as a complete acquisition, happens when one company (the acquirer) buys all or substantially all of the outstanding shares of another company (the target) to gain complete control over its assets, operations, and brand.
A recent example of a full company acquisition is the news of Linktree, an Australia-based link-in-bio platform, acquiring its competitor Koji. This is Linktree’s second investment this year, aiming to strengthen its position in the link-in-bio space. Koji’s product will be discontinued on January 31, 2024, and its users are being offered a three-month trial of the Linktree Pro plan. This acquisition follows Linktree’s earlier acquisition of Bento, demonstrating its commitment to expansion and user value.