Travel tech firm Openjaw sold to Chinese buyer
Openjaw was sold to Guestlogix in December 2014 for about $41 million
Openjaw, a Dublin-based software firm, has been sold by its Canadian parent Guestlogix, which is under court protection from its creditors.
Openjaw was sold to Guestlogix in December 2014 for about $41 million (€36 million), netting its founders substantial fortunes.
But Guestlogix has run into financial difficulty and, in February, received the protection of the courts in Toronto, which put its assets up for sale.
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