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XPX New England: Transitioning to Outsiders – Strategic Buyers and Private Equity

  • January 14, 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Sullivan & Worcester LLP, 1 Post Office Square, Boston, MA

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  • Please consider inviting an Emerging Professional as your complimentary guest this month! Check the box and add your guest when you register.

The process of selling a business can be a lengthy one, with many important decisions and roadblocks. One of the biggest challenges can be finding a buyer that is right for the company you worked so hard to build.  Join XPX New England for Who’s Your Buyer on January 14, 2020 to explore various types of buyers and how to choose the best fit for you.

Our experienced panel will cover owners' considerations when selecting a buyer, the benefits of selling your company to a strategic buyer, the benefits of selling your company to a private equity buyer, M &A lessons learned by executives who went through the sale process with their company, and portfolio company success stories achieved by private equity buyers. Members can also take this opportunity to invite an *emerging professional or colleague free of charge to experience XPX NE firsthand- an opportunity that applies to our January and February events only! (*Emerging Professional is a junior associate or colleague under the age of 40 looking to increase their professional network and skillset)

Our panel will feature buyers and sellers of all types, including:

Rena Clark: Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Laurel Oak Capital Partners
Doug Elder: VP & GM of Semiconductor business unit at Optimal+, a KKR portfolio company
Jessica Reed: Partner of Alta Equity Partners, a private equity firm located in Boston
Peter Sullivan: Former CEO of Accurate Fasteners

Moderator: Lew Segall, Chair of Corporate Department at Sullivan & Worcester in Boston

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