Dominic A. DiPuccio participated as a panelist at The Entrepreneurship Institute’s 21st Annual President’s Forum of Cleveland on May 16. His panel, “Preparing for What’s Next – Succession Strategies,” discussed approaches for executives to utilize as they plan their exit strategies while sustaining the mission and viability of their corporations.
Topics included how to:
- Determine if a company is worth selling, and if so, how to determine its value.
- Manage transitions of ownership.
- Maximize the value and brand of the company.
- Restructure a company with multiple lines of businesses.
DiPuccio is chair of Taft’s Mergers and Acquisitions group. He focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions and public and private equity and debt securities offerings. He represents entrepreneurs, emerging-growth and seasoned companies, investors, venture capital and private equity funds, and real estate sponsors in a wide variety of corporate finance transactions.
About The Entrepreneurship Institute (TEI)
Since 1976, The Entrepreneurship Institute (TEI) has been providing guidance to CEOs and Presidents of small and medium-sized companies through The Presidents’ Forum, an annual conference of high-powered peers backed by a powerful network of helpful entrepreneurs and expert service providers, held in cities throughout the USA. Executives gain invaluable insights, learn practical solutions to key challenges and discover new ways to grow their business. All learning/networking events are by invitation only to enable strong peer-to-peer interaction. For more information, visit here.