Private Equity Transactions: From Raising Growth Capital to Making an Exit

NSS Workshop Series for CEOs and Business Owners

Private Equity Transactions: From Raising Growth Capital to Making an Exit | What you Need to Know.

Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2010   7:30am – 9:30am

Host: Wolf & Company | 99 High Street | Boston, MA 02110

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is exclusively for any President/CEO or Business Owner of a mature company with greater than $10MM in sales. If you are not a candidate of the above criteria, please forward this email to clients and colleagues who are.

Attention: This workshop will be strictly confidential. Names and contact information will not be released.  No solicitations.

Moderator:

Frank Leibly, Partner, Alcon Partners

Panelists:

John Fernsell, CEO, Ibex Outdoor Clothing

Ethan Flaherty, Partner, Pabian & Russell

Laura Kevghas, Partner, Mirus Capital

Discussion Topics:

  • What is Private Equity, and how is it relevant to my business?
  • What kinds of transaction structures are common?
  • What questions should I be prepared to answer?
  • What types of companies are good candidates to work with Private Equity firms?
  • Should I hire an investment banker or business broker?
  • What are the steps towards a capital raise and an eventual exit?
  • What does a due diligence process look like?
  • Why a private equity transaction instead of a strategic sale?
  • What to expect after a transaction is complete?
  • Is now a good time for a private equity transaction?
  • Horror stories and how to prevent them.

Sponsored by Next Stage Solutions, Inc

Attendance is complimentary, but registration is required

Call today 617-449-7728 or send an email info@nextstagesolutions.com to save a space

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