Whether it’s through succession, acquisition, merger, or otherwise, transitioning business operations and/or ownership can be impeded or prohibited by a monumental clash of cultures. Without professional guidance, most major transitions will fall through and never be completed. Worse yet, transitions may be completed only to see the business ultimately fail due to unresolved conflicts of capability, values, or vision. It’s critical in these situations to have the guidance of trusted and experienced professionals that understand how to merge cultures, know how to navigate perilous legal waters, and can give you advice that is unencumbered by the competing interests of involved parties.
Nebraska MEP has partnered with professional advisors who have a depth of experience in corporate transition planning and execution. This event will provide you an opportunity to hear their advice, cautions, and lessons learned for application to your circumstances.
Paul DelFino is a principal of the consulting firm Opportunity Inc. For nearly two decades he has assisted entrepreneurs to grow their businesses, respond to economic downturns, guide family transitions, and traverse mergers and acquisitions. His publications include “Avoiding Skewed Entrepreneurial Strategies” available from all online booksellers. For more information, visit www.opportunity-inc.com.
Owners, executives and senior leaders of Nebraska manufacturers.
Date & Location
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
- 7:30 AM – Check-in & breakfast
- 8:00-9:30 – Presentation & information exchange
Nebraska Innovation Campus Board Room
2021 Transformation Drive
Lincoln, NE 68508
Cost: $40 per attendee
Deadline: April 26, 2016
Space is limited - early registration is encouraged.
All participants must pre-register.
Registration for this event is now closed. Contact email@example.com for the next offering date.
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About the Manufacturer-to-Manufacturer (M2M) Exchange Series
The M2M exchange series provides an opportunity for owners, executives and senior managers of manufacturing businesses to meet regionally on a recurring basis for exposure to industry best practices, socializing, and to share experiences for the advancement of the overall manufacturing industry.