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Blur Group rebrands and changes name to Maistro PLC

David Gadsden | January 08, 2018 |

We are pleased to announce that we have rebranded and changed our company name to Maistro PLC.

The rebrand is part of our ongoing journey as a business and reflects our continued commitment to help companies procure and deliver complex business services in an increasingly digital world.

The name change to Maistro PLC incorporates our underlying belief that both AI and the human element together improve the corporate buying process.

Our commercial and service offering remain the same for both buyers and sellers on our global Marketplace. Our accelerated procurement process combines AI-powered technologies and people to enhance the procurement function for Enterprises.

The team at Maistro looks forward to working with our valued Enterprise buyers and sellers as corporate buying evolves in the digital world.

For any questions, please contact us directly on +44 (0) 800 048 8664 or email us at info@maistro.com.

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