Miro Parizek / Principal Partner
Miro Parizek established Hampleton in 2013 with a group of fellow deal makers and technology industry entrepreneurs, uniting hands-on industry expertise and seasoned transaction experience together for the optimal M&A advisory.
Miro has been providing M&A advisory services to the technology industry since the pre-dot.com era and has managed scores of transactions supporting privately-held sellers and publicly-traded companies, ranging from 20 to over 2,000 employees.
Miro has 30 years of experience in the software and IT industry. Prior to his M&A career, which began in 1998, Miro founded and ran three software and IT related firms in the ’80s and ’90s, including a leading international software vendor, North American Software. He was a founding member and, for over a decade, treasurer of the German Software Association, which was merged with the country’s multi-media association, creating today’s national association for digital economy (BVDW).
Miro’s experience spans virtually the entire information technology industry. He has managed and closed transactions in sectors as diverse as 3D-imaging, asset management, business intelligence, business performance management, compiler software, CRM, customer services, design collaboration, content and document management, data center automation, e-Learning, enterprise systems management, ERP, GIS sub-systems, human capital management, Internet commerce, IT services, logistics, SaaS, simulation, storage solutions, supply chain management, telecom products, unified messaging, video editing, workforce management and various other verticals.
Miro is an avid skier, hiker and enjoys time with his wife and young twins.
Miro has degrees in International Finance from the Wharton School of Business and in Computer Science from the Moore School of Engineering. In addition to his English mother tongue, Miro speaks fluent German after having lived in Germany for over twenty years.