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PCT's Virtual Mergers & Acquisitions Conference is Wednesday

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There is still time to register for this online event. Learn what you need to do to prepare your business properly for a merger or acquisition from the comfort of your own office.

| August 6, 2012

PCT's Virtual Mergers & Acquisitions Conference is Wednesday. Hear from industry experts what you need to do to prepare your business properly for a merger or acquisition from the comfort of your own office.

REGISTER TODAY  for PCT's Virtual Mergers & Acquisitions Conference and participate in this unique day-long webinar. The M&A market is heating up thanks to cheap money, eager investors and uncertainty surrounding extension of the Bush-era tax cuts. Find out what you need to know on August 8th if you're considering buying or selling a business.
Session Topics Include:
 
The Perfect Storm: Current State of the Mergers & Acquisitions Market
Lance Tullius, Managing Partner, Tullius Partners
 
What is Your Company Worth? A Guide to Valuing Your Pest Control Business
Paul Giannamore, Director of Mergers & Acquisitions, The Potomac Company
 
How to Finance a Purchase: What Are Your Options?
Michael Burr, President, Challenger Capital
 
Successful Business Integration Starts with Confidentiality
Rand Hollon, Licensed Broker, Preferred Business Brokers
 
Tax Implications of Buying or Selling a Pest Control Business
Dan Gordon, Owner/President, PCO Bookkeepers

For complete session descriptions and the event schedule, click here.

Check out more mergers and acquisitions coverage in the July issue of PCT magazine. Click to read

Register Today!


 

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