Company owners and investors in and around the Twin Cities who want to take advantage of the changing tax laws need to act quickly – their first move should be getting educated
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
The world's most up-to-date executive Tech M&A seminar is coming to the Twin Cities March 27 at the Radisson Plaza hotel in Minneapolis. The Merge Briefing conference comes during what is predicted to be a “banner year” for tech M&A for software, IT, internet and related technology companies in the Twin Cities.
“2012 has a perfect storm of trends in disruptive technology, tax changes, industry consolidation, new buyers, and record cash reserves held by major technology companies, all of which will make it best year since the dot-com era for M&A in software, Internet, IT and related technologies,” said Corum Director Rob Schram. “Company owners and investors in and around the Twin Cities who want to take advantage of the changing tax laws need to act quickly – their first move should be getting educated.”
The Merge Briefing is a 90-minute executive briefing providing a current M&A market update, including trends, valuations and more, as well as a brief overview of the tech M&A process: "8 Steps to an Optimal Outcome."
“Most self-managed M&A efforts will be unsuccessful, draining valuable resources at best, and ending in complete disaster at worst,” notes Schram. “Your first merger is not a time for on-the-job training, so it’s worth it to spend just these 90 minutes learning about the process.”
Schram, who will lead the seminar, has over 30 years of executive and entrepreneurial technology experience, having founded and sold several companies and engaged in two IPOs.
When: Tuesday, March 27, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM, registration at 1 PM
Location: Radisson Plaza Minneapolis, 35 7th Street South
About Corum Group
Corum Group has sold more privately held software, IT and related technology companies than anyone in the world in the last 26 years. Corum has done this by utilizing a team approach to each engagement, led by the industry’s top dealmakers, themselves former CEOs and owners of tech companies. These executives, utilizing an 8 Stage M&A Process and New Buyer Development Program, have the highest success rate in the industry, having generated over $7 billion in client wealth.