Selling Up Selling Out (SUSO)

We’ll teach you everything you need to know–how to achieve an optimal outcome & not be one of the deal disasters that befall most self-managed M&A efforts. Having spent many long years building your company, invest a few short hours to learn how to handle the exit properly. It’s so important. Attend the industry’s definitive M&A education, taught by the world’s most experienced merger professionals. Since 1990, more tech owners, investors, buyers, & executives have attended “Selling Up, Selling Out” than all other such conferences combined.

Participants will be informed on the following topics:

  • Tech M&A Market Overview
  • Valuations and Structures
  • The New World of Buyers
  • Profiting from Preparation
  • Positioning for Price
  • Valuation Models Today
  • Tax Optimization
  • Structuring for Success
  • Strategizing Negotiation

To register for this session, go to and select the event you intend to attend. In order to be awarded the full credit hours, you must be present, registering your attendance and departure on the attendance sheets at the event registration desk.

Participants will earn 4.0 CPE credits
Field of Study: (3 credits) Business Management & Organization, (1 credit) Specialized Knowledge

Additional Information
Prerequisites: General understanding of technology and/or software industry through work experience
Who Should Attend: CEO’s, investors, & technology executives in software or IT companies aspiring to learn more about mergers & acquisitions in the tech industry as well as the current state of the market.
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live

Refunds and Cancelations
Cancelations are granted refunds if submitted 2 weeks or more prior to event date. For more information regarding refund, complaint, administrative policies and/or program cancellation policies please contact our office at (425) 526-4090 or email

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