Conferences & Events

Merge BriefingThinking about selling in the next 1-3 years? The Merge Briefing is a 90-minute executive briefing providing a current software M&A update (trends, valuations, etc.), as well as a brief overview of the Tech M&A process: “8 Steps To An Optimal Outcome.” 
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Selling Up Selling OutReady to go to market? During the half-day workshop “Selling Up, Selling Out,” learn to prepare, position, research, value, negotiate, and execute due diligence for maximum price and structure. This is the most attended Tech M&A event ever – participants have done over $1 trillion in transaction value.
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Tech M&A Monthly Webcasts

The Tech M&A Monthly webcast features up-to-date content and statistics reflecting both the M&A market of the last month, and perspective on where it is going. Webinars feature guest speakers, including acquisition executives from companies like Google, Microsoft, and HP, as well as private equity investors, and executives from recently acquired companies. Regular segments on Corum’s web events also include the Corum Index, an overview of the tech industry with an eye on tech M&A and business valuation trends, panel discussions, and Q&A.

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Sponsored Events

Corum is a Platinum sponsor of the World Financial Symposium (WFS), an international organization dedicated to educating technology leaders with a focus on software and Internet M&A and finance. WFS offers publications and events that could be of interest to your company. Visit www.wfs.com for more information.

 

Continuing Education Credits

Official NASBA Sponsor - CPE information

Continuing Legal Education - CLE information

 

Cancellation & Refunds

Event Cancellation & Refund Policy

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Bill Wignall
Electronics Workbench