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Making the deal: business strategies for a successful transaction

Seller and buyer perspectives almost two years into the pandemic business environment.

While the COVID-19 pandemic slowed merger and acquisition (M&A) activity for many months in 2020, activity has gradually strengthened in recent months. Also, despite the disruption brought on by the pandemic, the fundamentals of getting transactions done – buying, selling and raising capital – are still largely consistent. During this webinar, we will review what the transaction world was like in the first few months of the pandemic; why deal-making quickly got back on track; and then take a closer look at what is currently motivating sellers and buyers. The webinar also will examine how both sides are weighing the valuation question as well as what issues C-suite leaders and boards should be considering during the deal-making process.

Learning objectives

  • Identify three possible key gaps in their business strategies and how to fix them to make their business more attractive to buyers
  • Understand how an exit plan strategy to run your business will increase its value
  • Understand the market metrics that buyers are looking at when evaluating a company for possible purchase

Who should attend

  • Business owners
  • Chief information officers
  • Chief executive officers
  • Chief operations officers
  • Chief financial officers
  • Presidents
  • Corporate development professionals
  • Investment bankers

Information about CPE eligibility

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

Level: Overview

CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit

Field of study: Business Management and Organization

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.

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