GROWTH. TRANSFER. LEGACY.
The Exit Planning Exchange Chicago Chapter is a local nonprofit association of professional advisors to business owners in the heart of the middle market. Our members work in all stages of the private company life cycle: business value growth, business value transfer, and owner life and legacy.
XPX provides a unique combination of:
XPX CHICAGO MEETINGS
Our 2018 programs are designed to increase participatory involvement with member round-table and panel discussions. Why should you participate? Many reasons, but for starters:
Roll-up your sleeves and exercise your mind alongside your colleagues and friends!
Volunteers needed for our operating committees
We are looking for volunteers for our operating committees for events.
The descriptions are:
Communications Committee: Promotes the organization, its events and the good work of the various committees. The committee also partners with members of the XPX Chicago chapter to advance efforts in public and media relations, digital marketing and social media. Contact: Laura Yunger, Chair - firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Committee: Develops membership policies, including deciding when initial free membership ends, cost of membership, firm memberships, and is responsible for increasing membership and running membership recruitment drives. Contact: Roberto Garcia, Chair - Roberto.Garcia@insperity.com
Program Planning Committee: Plans content, format and location for monthly membership meetings, and develops periodic special events or programs. Contact: Michael Karmin, Chair - email@example.com , Peter Holton, Chair - firstname.lastname@example.org, Allen Kutchins, Chair - AIK@krdcpas.com
Sponsorship / Outreach Committee: Sets sponsorship policies and solicits general and event sponsorships along with outreach to potential association alliance partners. Contact: John Weber, Chair - email@example.com or Brian Wetters, Chair - firstname.lastname@example.org
Networking/ValueMakers Chair: Develops and runs Networking/ValueMakers, a more substantial networking experience for members who wish to participate. Contact Christopher Manick: Christopher.Manick@busey.com
Owners’ Academy Committee: Develops and runs the Owners’ Academy program, a program aimed at business owners to provide valuable content useful to them and/or peer experiences on particular topics relevant to running, growing, or selling a business. Contact: Bob Greisman, Chair - email@example.com
Young Professional Committee: The Young Professional Committee focuses on developing methods and programming to reach out to young professionals looking to further develop their business and leadership skills. Examples of programming includes mentoring with senior level professionals; committee leadership opportunities; networking; and social events, to name a few. For more information contact: Max Katzbeck, Chair - firstname.lastname@example.org
This is what it entails:
Most committee meetings will be conducted by telephone, and that participation will not be too time burdensome; perhaps only an hour or so a month, although some months could be a little more, and others less. There will be 3-5 members per committee, although we are not limiting the size if many wish to participate. Membership is a good way, without too much time expended, to get to know other XPX members better, and to have a role in the leadership of the organization. Click here for additional information of each committee.
If you are interested, please contact Angie Ellis if you are interested at email@example.com.
Announcing the Newly Launched Chicago Chapter of the Exit Planning Exchange!
The Exit Planning Exchange is a multi-disciplinary professional organization aimed at providing education and networking opportunities to those who serve private company owners. XPX members help owners build sustainable businesses and help them plan and execute successful exits.
Our members include bankers, investment bankers, lawyers, accountants, wealth advisors, management consultants, valuation experts, executive coaches, and insurance professionals. Our culture is one of cooperation and sharing of both knowledge and business.
XPX was founded nine years ago in Boston, and has grown with chapters in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and now Chicago.
Our first event was on Wednesday September 14, from 7:30 am- 9:00 am at the Gleacher Center at 450 North Cityfront Plaza, next to the NBC Tower, and near the Tribune Building.
The featured speaker was Bruce Leech, Executive Director at DePaul University’s Coleman Entrepreneurship Center. And there will be ample networking opportunities for you to meet other professionals serving private companies, as well as to learn about XPX.
The most valuable part of my participation with XPX is the education about exit planning that I have received from attending meetings and from all the members. XPX is a very approachable group. Everyone is willing and interested in an exchange of ideas. I especially like the Power of Three which enables you to get to know other members better.
I really enjoy the small group interactions at XPX which is different from other organizations. I have also received an engagement from a XPX member.
XPX offers excellent content based seminars specifically geared towards professionals focusing on the sale or transition of a business. The diverse topics and membership provide strong networking opportunities. Both the targeted content and diverse membership, focusing on bringing advisors together as a team to help the client, help XPX stand out from other organizations.