The GXS Conference is now virtual!
How do you manage your tech company and pursue tech M&A in crisis?
The flagship WFS Tech Conference for CEOs, founders, and investors of software and IT companies, covering Tech M&A: investment, growth, strategy, buyouts, sales, and mergers. Insights from: private equity, VC, angels, strategic buyers, M&A advisors, and CEOs who’ve had a successful exit.
GXS Boston 2020 Virtual
Jun 18, 2020
11:30 – 12:00
Login Grace Period
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Director of WFS: Matt Rung
Conference Chair: Martin Lowrie, Corum Group (Platinum Sponsor)
2020 Top Ten Disruptive Technology Trends: Will they put you out of business?
Tim Goddard, Corum Group
Investors Panel: Will your strategy get funded?
Lyndsay Kerwin, Vice President, Silversmith Capital Partners
Jim Andrew, Member, Walnut Ventures
Ziad Moukheiber, President and CEO, Boston Harbor Angels
Caitlin Bolnick, Investor, Open View
Laila Partridge, Managing Director, Techstars Accelerator
Moderator: Ivan Ruzic, Corum Group
Tech Valuations: What is your company worth?
Joel Espelien, Corum Group
1:55 – 2:05
2:15 – 3:15
Buyers Panel: Do you have what they want?
Jon Lemelman, Partner, The Riverside Company
Scott Sidman, EVP Business and Corporate Development, Building Engines
Jeremy Segal, SVP of Corporate Development, Progress Software
Josh Randle, COO, I-Evolve
Deepak Sindwani, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Wavecrest Growth
Moderator: Arnaud Vivers, Corum Group
3:20 – 4:20
Sellers Panel: Advice from CEOs who’ve sold & how to prepare for an exit
Paul Schaut, CEO, Aginity
Jude McColgan, CEO, Localytics
Suzanne Oakley, CFO, Bedrock Data
Greg Raiz, Founder and CEO, RaizLabs
Stephen Baker, CEO and Board Member, Attivio
Moderator: Martin Lowrie, Corum Group
4:20 – 4:45
Succession Planning: Selling During Troubled Times
Bruce Milne, Corum Group