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Date(s) - 02/27/2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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This is an interactive discussion about the trends and opportunities in the Middle Market M&A.

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  • Have you ever survived a merger or acquisition of an employer?
  • Wonder why acquiring or merging with another company seems so attractive?
  • Want to successfully buy or sell a business?
 
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Byond M&A Talks
PMIWDC Tysons Lunch Meeting
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EST 

Tysons, VA

70% to 90% of mergers & acquisitions (M&A) fail. So why do companies spend more than $2 trillion worldwide on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) every year?

Selling or merging a business is not like selling a house. There are many obstacles to a successful business sale or merger. Much planning is needed to identify the obstacles faced by business owners, and overcome or minimize the effect of the obstacles.

We will identify the trends of the M&A market for 2018 and focus specifically on opportunities for middle market companies. We will discuss why mergers and acquisitions are so attractive to business owners, executives and investors, why middle market M&A matters, why it is important to ensure your company is prepared to succeed, and how to survive a merger or acquisition.

You will learn:

    • Trends and opportunities in Middle Market M&A for 2018
    • Why reducing M&A failure is critical
    • How to reduce M&A failure
    • How to make M&A deal synergies count

Event is free to attend; all you have to do is sign up. Parking validation is available at the front desk.

Drawing 

A lucky winner will win a Starbucks gift card. Must be present to win.

Who Should Attend 

Executives, owners and senior managers of a business with a minimum annual revenue of $1M who want to successfully buy or sell a business in 2018. Program and project managers who want to learn why inorganic growth is more attractive than organic growth.