Stuart Udell of Catapult Learning Selected to Speak at July 21st Capital Roundtable Conference

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The Capital Roundtable is proud to announce the selection of Stuart Udell as a speaker for the 8th semi-annual conference, Private Equity Investing In Middle-Market Education Companies.

The Capital Roundtable is proud to announce the selection of Stuart Udell as a speaker for the 8th semi-annual conference, Private Equity Investing In Middle-Market Education Companies.

The day-long conference, being held at The University Club on July 21st, will feature 20 expert speakers on four panels. The event is being sponsored by Dow Lohnes and The Parthenon Group.

“We’re thrilled to have Stuart on board as a speaker for our most popular conference,” said Capital Roundtable Chairman Burt Alimansky, “Stuart’s expertise in this space, combined with the 20 other experts we have on board, is a formula for our most fantastic conference yet.”
The conference is being chaired by Daniel Black of The Wicks Group. Mr. Black will be giving a keynote presentation the morning of the conference on From the Sidelines to the Playing Field - Where & When Should Private Equity Firms Get Back into Education Investments, which will cover several hot-button topics in the for-profit education world, including “gainful employment”.

For more information on this conference, including speaking and sponsorship opportunities, please email Dana DeMattia at ddmattia(at)capitalroundtable(dot)com.

For information on how to register at the lowest rate, please call The Capital Roundtable at 212-832-7333.

About The Capital Roundtable
Founded in 1984, The Capital Roundtable is America’s leading conference company for the middle-market private equity community. Their 30 annual conference focus on the “need-to-know” information needs of general and limited partners, and their teams.

For more information, please visit http://www.capitalroundtable.com.

About Catapult Learning
For more than 35 years, Catapult Learning has partnered with schools and school districts to help boost the academic achievement of struggling K-12 students. Catapult’s managed instructional programs, customized support and professional development services for educators are all designed for flexibility in order to align with each school’s unique culture. Today, Catapult Learning employs 3,800 teachers and staff and provides support to nearly 1,500 schools. http://www.catapultlearning.com

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