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Would You Buy Your Business?
February 28, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
|It turns out, absence can make the heart grow fonder, and the business transaction sounder. People who acquire or invest in businesses have unique viewpoints of value and valuation. But there are no sounder insights than those of business owners who left and later reacquired their companies.
Join XPX New England and the Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors for Would You Buy Your Business, where we’ll hear first-hand insights from three CEO’s who took this unusual course. Robert Bolton, Arden Engineering, Jim Dandeneau, Putnam Plastics Corporation and Mike Mosse, Mosse & Mosse Associates, will discuss what they learned after going through the sale of the same enterprise from both sides of the table, including:
As sellers what did they do well; what did they miss; and what could they have done differently to prepare and then sell their companies?
As buyers what extraordinary insights did they bring to their due diligence, negotiations, and resumption of ownership? How did their prior ownership prepare them to be better acquirers; and better owners?
Moderator: Chris Bond, Murphy Business
Contact: Call – 978-392-7929 or Email – [email protected]
Registration: Free for XPX New England Members; $65 for Non-Members. Register online at https://exitplanningexchange.com/event-2405894
About XPX New England
XPX New England is a multi-disciplinary community of professional advisors and business owners who work collaboratively throughout New England to build valuable businesses and prepare and execute successful transitions. XPX NE members work in the best interest of their clients by offering perspective from a variety of transition stages and expertise.
XPX NE is a locally-controlled non-profit chapter of XPX Global, organized by national and regional leaders in the private company market. XPX has chapters in New England, Connecticut, Maryland, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. For more information, please visit https://exitplanningexchange.com/New-England.