3D ExchangeNet (3DX), a Cleveland, Ohio based intermediary that aims to reshape the 3D marketplace, and 3D Alliances from Israel, which specializes in the deployment of global channel networks for innovative 3D printing companies, announced today a new collaboration agreement. Through this partnership, both parties will assist companies in the additive manufacturing/3D printing industry that are seeking funding to accelerate inorganic business growth, as well as with mergers and acquisitions.
3D ExchangeNet (3DX), works side by side with IT ExchangeNet (ITX), operating for over 20 years and leveraging a database of 50,000 global technology decision makers. With deals completed internationally, ITX has facilitated more than $475 million in transaction value since its inception. 3DX represents a collective of global additive manufacturing leaders, 3D start-ups, mature 3D printing companies, service providers and educators.
3D Alliances is a consulting company that supports many of the industry’s innovative hardware and software 3D printing companies to recruit and manage their sales partners around the world. With a network of over 1,300 3D resellers from 73 countries, 3D Alliances is the world’s largest network of 3D printing companies and resellers. The company is in a business partnership with several innovative companies, including XJET from Israel, Essentium from Texas, USA, ParaMatters from California, USA and Mosaic Manufacturing from Canada.
“We are very excited to partner with 3D Alliances” said Madeline Bleiweiss, Managing Director of 3DX. “This partnership strategically positions both 3D ExchangeNet and 3D Alliances on a wider scale of industry outreach. Most importantly, the collaboration will allow our clients multiple avenues for inorganic growth, from capital sources to consulting and business implementation services. It’s a meaningful win-win for everyone involved.”
Gil Lavi, Founder & CEO of 3D Alliances, added: “We are thrilled to collaborate with 3DX to offer promising 3D printing companies new and exciting business opportunities. Funding is essential for supporting the growth of startup companies, and M&A in the industry is becoming more and more relevant as small and large companies are looking for the right collaborations. We look forward helping 3D printing companies form strong business alliances that will further accelerate the growth of this amazing industry.”