Dickinson Wright PLLC is delighted to announce it is sponsoring the 2020 Smart Business Dealmakers Conference in Detroit, MI. In addition, Zan Nicolli will moderate the “Financing Your Business: Understanding different capital needs for your company” panel and William Rosin will moderate the “Why Deals Fail and How to Minimize the Impact: Pitfalls to avoid when making acquisitions” panel.
The 2020 Smart Business Dealmakers Conference will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., April 2 at Westin Book Cadillac. The event will feature a lineup of business owners, entrepreneurs, merger and acquisition advisors and investors who are participating in roundtable discussions, panel discussions and one-on-one networking.
“Every year, the Smart Business Dealmakers Conference brings together business owners with deal-making and investor communities,” said Fred Koury, president and CEO of Smart Business Network. “We will have successful CEOs, investors and advisors sharing their insights on key merger and acquisition topics.”
The conference will feature middle-market CEOs, top private equity and venture capital firms, major lenders and leading service providers participating in sessions that cover the breadth of the merger and acquisition landscape. Sessions will feature such topics as buying a business, selling a business, financing a deal, liquidity events, merging operations, alternative investing and more.
For more information about the Dealmakers conference, or to register to attend, visit: https://www.smartbusinessdealmakers.com/detroit//event/.
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