|Nivel Uno Publishing House acquires Casa Creación|
|Monday, 06 July 2020 11:34 AM America/New_York|
Editorial Nivel Uno strengthened its presence in the Christian publishing market with the July 1 acquisition of Casa Creación after several months of negotiations.
The purchase was announced by Sergio Daldi, owner of Editorial Nivel Uno, and Stephen Strang, CEO of Charisma Media and founding owner of Casa Creación.
With the completion of this transaction at Charisma Media headquarters in Lake Mary, Florida, Editorial Nivel Uno increases its market share in the fastest-growing segment of the global Hispanic church.
With a catalog of more than 450 titles and around 100 authors focused on topics such as Christian life, prayer, pastoral, family, spiritual warfare, devotionals and study Bibles, Casa Creación will continue its commitment to serve the Christian market with the publication of titles in Spanish, both by Hispanic authors and recognized international figures. The purchase of Casa Creación allows the new editorial group to consolidate the list of Hispanic and international authors it already publishes, including Mark Batterson, Jentezen Franklin, Rey Matos, John MacArthur, Lis Milland, Don Colbert, Iris Delgado, Cindy Trimm, Danilo Montero, Ross Campbell, Laura Herrera, John Eckhardt, Samara and James Perez, Michelle McClain-Walters, Jesús Adrián Romero, Robert Morris, Tim LaHaye and Max Lucado.
“We are pleased to make this announcement and thankful for Sergio Daldi and his team,” Strang said. “This is a very good match for Casa Creación. Sergio is very well-respected and has served the Latin American Christian products community for many years. We are confident that he will do great things for the authors and books published by Casa Creación.”
Sergio Daldi, CEO of the new editorial group, is thankful for this new opportunity.
“I am infinitely grateful to God for presenting me with this magnificent opportunity that, on the one hand, ensures the continuity of Casa Creación, and on the other, is part of a strategy to expand, strengthen and fulfill the call that God made on my life many years in my native Argentina and that later—when I moved to USA—I continued with the foundation of the Grupo Nivel Uno,” Daldi said. “That call has not changed. On the contrary, it is strengthening, and it is that our editorial line serve the Hispanic church worldwide with recognized authors, quality materials and a price within the reach of our people.”
The transition begins this month with the transfer of operations to Miami to serve the global market in a more effective, direct and economic way.