Despite volatility in the markets, M&A opportunity is holding strong for privately held technology companies. We are seeing a record number of Letters of Intent (LOIs) from buyers and record M&A deals. What’s driving this? Collectively, buyers still have a tremendous amount of cash, and they need to buy to survive.

What does it take to get an optimal outcome? What does each step of that process look like? What causes a deal to fall apart? What are buyers looking for? What are the mistakes you can avoid now to guarantee a successful exit later?

There’s no better way to discover all the ins-and-outs, dos and don’ts, than the world’s foremost Tech M&A conference, Selling Up Selling Out – taught by former CEOs who've successfully led companies through the process.


9:00AM - 1:00PM Conference and Q&A

Presentation Highlights:

  • Defining an Optimal Outcome
  • The New World of Buyers
  • Profiting from Preparation
  • Positioning for Price
  • Valuation Models Today
  • Understanding Deal Structure
  • Strategizing Negotiation
  • Tax Optimization
  • Due Diligence Landmines
  • Mapping Your Integration

We’ll teach you everything you need to know–how to achieve an optimal outcome and avoid being 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, and executives have attended “Selling Up Selling Out” than all other such conferences combined.


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David Levine

Regional Managing Director
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Jeffrey Bunting

Senior Vice President
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Michael Stinson

Vice President