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Sellerdeck, an ecommerce agency based in Exeter, has been acquired by ClearCourse

Sellerdeck, an ecommerce agency based in Exeter, has been acquired for an undisclosed amount by ClearCourse, a leading group of technology brands providing integrated software and payments solutions.

This acquisition brings new investment and opportunities into the South West from a private equity backed company with 1000 employees. 

With hundreds of customers and over £11 billion transacted through its platforms, Sellerdeck scales ecommerce businesses by aligning the solution with the commercial goals. 

Sellerdeck acts as a valued expert advisor to all of its clients and prides itself on its transparency and competency. It delivers solutions across all aspects of ecommerce, including UI/UX, web development, technical SEO, complex back-office integration and maintenance. Through its expertise, Sellerdeck has supported pioneering brands such as a leading UK animal rights charity, an international golf retailer and an industrial aluminium solutions provider. 

Founded in 2018, ClearCourse is a group of innovative technology companies investing in industry-specific and market-leading software businesses which serve small and medium enterprises across the UK. 

ClearCourse has acquired brands that span membership, business services, events, leisure and the retail sector, creating lasting value by connecting specialist teams with integrated, complementary products. At the group’s core is a vision of ‘working better together’.

Josh Barling, CEO of Sellerdeck, said: “I’m very pleased to share the news that Sellerdeck is joining ClearCourse. At a critical time for our growth, we stand to benefit immensely from working with the group’s warm and highly capable team, with its impressive experience of integrating e-commerce systems. Integration with a diverse set of businesses brings us some promising new opportunities to add value to our customers and give them the best software solutions they need to run successful businesses.”