UPDATE: UK/US: Blavod ends takeover talks

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 March 2007

Blavod Extreme Spirits CEO Jeff Hopmayer has said the company will continue to keep its eyes open for "strategic partnerships" after announcing the end of potential takeover talks with a mystery suitor. Hopmayer told just-drinks today (12 March) that the UK-based spirits group is open to joining forces with other companies as a means of boosting its standing in the US and the UK.

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Blavod Extreme Spirits CEO Jeff Hopmayer has said the company will continue to keep its eyes open for "strategic partnerships" after announcing the end of potential takeover talks with a mystery suitor. Hopmayer told just-drinks today (12 March) that the UK-based spirits group is open to joining forces with other companies as a means of boosting its standing in the US and the UK.

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