Mamamia appoints KPMG to sound out investors

Mamamia is on the hunt for investors having appointed KPMG to sound out interested parties, including international and local publishers.


The women’s publisher confirmed to Mumbrella the process had begun, and was expected to take between three to six months to complete.

It is understood Mia Freedman, co-founder and content director of Mamamia, and Mamamia executive chairman Jason Lavigne have been approached by an international player in recent weeks and decided the timing was right to seek investment in the company.

The news follows on from Mamamia declaring it is set to become a “generalist” site, looking to tackle content across the categories of finance, travel, automotive and sport.

Mamamia also operates Spring St, which is based in the US.


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