The merger that brought The Stanley Works and Black & Decker together provides a wonderful template to discuss how M&A remains an important element in corporate growth strategies, both for large and small companies.
Stamford, CT (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
At its October 4th business meeting, the Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG CT) will present Corbin Walburger, Vice President of Business Development at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc., as he tells Connecticut’s deal-making community how two great American companies successfully merged in 2010.
ACG CT President Karin (McKittrick) Kovacic said, “The merger that brought The Stanley Works and Black & Decker together provides a wonderful template to discuss how M&A remains an important element in corporate growth strategies, both for large and small companies.”
Mr. Walburger joined Stanley in June 2008, after spending a decade at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in investment banking positions of increasing responsibility. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at San Diego in 1995 and received a Masters of Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1999.
Headquartered in New Britain, CT, Stanley Black & Decker is a diversified global provider of hand tools, power tools and related accessories, mechanical access solutions and electronic security solutions, engineered fastening systems, and more.
The meeting will be held from 7:30-9:30 am on October 4 at the Stamford Marriott, 243 Tresser Boulevard, Stamford, CT. Members of the media are invited to attended free of charge. To reserve your spot, please contact Laura Brophy at lbrophy(at)marketcompr(dot)com.
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth is the premier global association for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions for mid to large companies. Leaders in corporations, private equity, finance, and professional service firms focused on building value in their organizations belong to ACG. They recognize the multiple benefits of networking within an influential community of executives growing public and private companies worldwide. For 50 years, ACG members have focused on strategic activities that increase revenues, profits and, ultimately, stakeholder value. Today ACG stands at more than 14,000 members representing Fortune 500, Fortune 1000, FTSE 100, and mid- market companies in 56 chapters in North America, Europe and Asia.
The Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG Connecticut) is one of the fastest growing, most vibrant ACG chapters in the country. ACG Connecticut is comprised of close to 300 local professionals focused on middle-market corporate growth (i.e.: mergers and acquisitions, financing opportunities, business development, joint ventures, licensing arrangements, etc.), including a diverse group of private equity funds, intermediaries, lenders, and service providers.
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