Cooley advised FareHarbor on the deal
Booking Holdings Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire local activities and experiences booking software provider, FareHarbor. Founded in Hawaii in 2013 and now headquartered in Denver, FareHarbor’s technology allows tour and activity operators to connect with customers online through software that facilitates an easy, seamless booking experience. FareHarbor’s senior management team will report into the Booking.com leadership team.
FareHarbor will operate as an independent business within the company. The acquisition has been approved by FareHarbor’s board of directors and stockholders and is expected to close in the coming weeks, subject to satisfaction of closing conditions.
Cooley advised with a team including Steve Tonsfeldt (Picture), Josh DuClos, Alexandra Cotter, Mark Windfeld-Hansen, Chris Mayer-Dempsey, Barbara Mirza, Ross Eberly, Joshua Mates, Thomas Connors and Sharon Connaughton.
Involved fees earner: Steve Tonsfeldt – Cooley LLP; Josh DuClos – Cooley LLP; Alexandra Cotter – Cooley LLP; Mark Windfeld-Hansen – Cooley LLP; Chris Mayer-Dempsey – Cooley LLP; Barbara Mirza – Cooley LLP; Ross Eberly – Cooley LLP; Joshua Mates – Cooley LLP; Thomas Connors – Cooley LLP; Sharon Connaughton – Cooley LLP;
Law Firms: Cooley LLP;
Clients: FareHarbor Holdings, Inc. ;