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168: When Your Firm Has an Appetite for M&A | Jack Walsh, CFO, Aptean

Having completed 11 acquisitions in the past two-and-half years, Aptean—an enterprise software developer—is making M&A best practices the cornerstone of an aggressive growth strategy. Join us when Aptean CFO Jack Walsh explains how the realization of cost synergies rather than revenue synergies has become a central component of Aptean’s M&A success formula. Company: Aptean Industry:  Enterprise…
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My Growth Priorities: Kirsten Dolan, COO, Parking One

Over the next 12 months, what are the top priorities for this middle-market business? Kirsten Dolan: Well, you hit on one, which is really shoring up the financial part, and as part of the Forum 7 group with The Commonwealth Institute, which is a group of women who are all executives who help guide me, […]

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When Assessing the Capital Needs of Your Business, Elliot Jaffee, Executive Vice President, US Bank

In the first of a series of occasional interviews, Middle Market Thought Leader host Jack Sweeney speaks with Elliot Jaffee, Head of Commercial Banking, U.S. Bank, about economic uncertainty, Brexit and how middle-market firms can achieve greater financial flexibility. “The whole idea here is to be very forthcoming, and to the extent our clients are…
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078: Lessening the Overseas Bite for American Manufacturers, Mark Dohnalek, CEO, Pivot International

The pitch is simple: Maximize your Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for new product development. However, the global supply chain behind the pitch is anything but simple.  Join us when Mark Dohnalek CEO, Pivot International explains why his manufacturing design firm has an edge few other middle market firms can match.
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