ACG National Capital Celebrates 25 Years of Driving Middle Market Growth With Reception

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ACG National Capital will celebrate the chapter’s 25th anniversary with an evening reception at CEB Waterview Conference Center, Rosslyn, Virginia on October 9, 2013.

The chapter has grown and stands a very different organization 25 years later. The chapter has a membership comprised of more non-government focused companies than ever, but remains committed to driving middle market growth in the region.

ACG (Association for Corporate Growth) National Capital’s top corporate executives and dealmakers serving the Washington business community will celebrate the chapter’s 25th anniversary with an evening reception at CEB Waterview Conference Center, Rosslyn, Virginia on October 9, 2013.

Founded in 1988, the National Capital Chapter of ACG serves to drive middle market growth and increase deal flow for all sectors of the deal community within the nation’s fourth largest economy. The chapter provides Washington D.C. metro region’s business leaders with valuable educational opportunities, as well as exclusive networking events designed to bring corporate executives together to help them successfully execute their business strategies.

The National Capital Chapter has grown to be one of the international association’s largest ACG chapters. Its’ membership includes more than 400 corporate management executives, business strategists, private equity groups, investment bankers and financial services advisors from across the diverse industries and markets that comprise the National Capital Region’s business community, including technology, government contracting, healthcare, real estate and private equity.

“ACG National Capital was established to support the National Capital’s small and medium-sized business community with the establishment and growth of their companies” said Dara Castle, Chapter President, ACG National Capital. “The chapter has grown and accomplished great things, including being named Chapter of the Year in 2010, and stands a very different organization 25 years later. The chapter has a membership comprised of more non-government focused companies than ever, but remains committed to driving middle market growth in the region today, and into the future.”

About ACG National Capital
ACG National Capital chapter serves Washington, D.C., northern Virginia and southern Maryland. It provides unparalleled opportunities for networking, deal making and professional development for individuals involved in building corporate value through M&A, strategic partnerships, organic growth and capital funding. Its mission is to drive middle-market growth and increase deal flow by bringing together every segment of the growth community. For more chapter information, visit http://www.acgcapital.org. For regional business content & thought leadership, visit http://www.acgcapitalblog.com.

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