Putting together an investment deal with Mr. X takes reliable networking connections. And the lessons learned in San Diego on making a business grow that the Association for Corporate Growth gives local enterprise men and women an opportunity to learn between 12 and 1 pm at a brown bag lunch.
Taking only what is offered, or looking for an investment deal but finding none, does not cause ACG San Diego members worry. Every month, members can get together at a brown bag lunch with the people who can get their business to the milestone that is a corporate turning point. At the right scale.
This coming Tuesday, March 26th, at a suite on High Bluff Drive, local entrepreneurial brown baggers can learn about the brand marketing that can being brand awareness up to the mark and increase a company's market share.
Passing on a deal making opportunity can hold back corporate growth. No worries a deal will get taken away.
Knowledge is power, and ACG is always ready to set up a deal. Tuesday, the 19th, at the Marriott Del Mar, corporate growth that goes smoothly entrance to exit is not empty talk. Growth the San Diego home grown Competitor Group banked on with Falconhead Capital, starting in December in 2007, came from a deal that increased its value straight head in the active sports entertainment industry until the Calera Capital acquisition. A deal a priori knowledge on is more than useful. Growth that doe snot ease up until the finish will get taught a the Marriott.
Entrepreneurs are taught to be in "the place where deal makers meet" from San Diego to Orlando. Locals can spend a little time out of the office in the east coast Sunshine State during ACG's Intergrowth 2013 event held in April to give investment bankers an opportunity to give to have nots in their business field the money they need. Instead of passing on the bucks deal, scheduled corporate representatives can stop in at a ACG DealSource booth.
The trends and changes in the investment scene visitors can learn at the event after networking are observations corporations can use to grow during a recovery period ACG is keeping a hawk's watch on. There is a big lesson in the keynote Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles will join together to deliver. How much progress ha America made toward solving its "debt challenge?" The co-chairs on the National Commission for Fiscal responsibility and Reform that produced a report with a plan to reduce the nation's deficit by 4 billion dollars will talk about how to get America back "on the right track"
Doors can open in Orlando. Optimism on local corporate deals has not been exhausted.
Local business building investments are not all a local entrepreneur can take.
The line continues next week.
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