Insight Software CEO, Jim Triandiflou talks about the key feature his group always looks for when finding a potential acquisition targets, dealbreakers that stop deals in their tracks, plus how a seller’s market impacts the decisions buyers make.
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Banker turned serial tech entrepreneur Domenico Crapanzano, shares how his experiences selling Fing, a network monitoring tool for IoT technology and how he had to focus a wealth of information and widespread R&D to get the company ready for Tech M&A.
Founder and former CEO/Chief Strategy Officer at NTP, Bruce Backa, talks about how logical thinking and math were driving factors for the selling of his company. And, why the best tech in the world won’t help you if the market passes you by.
Michael Bor, co-founder and CEO of Carlotz and Matthew Ehrlichman, CEO, Chairman and founder of Porch discuss their successful experiences with Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), why they're trendy today, and how to prepare if you're thinking about going the SPAC route.
Tech entrepreneur and former two-time mayor Michael Egelston talks about the transformation of the real estate market with the help of SenEarthCo's software services and how's realistic, objective market observation is critical in a successful exit.
Guest Richard Staveley, CEO of ip.access (A Mavenir Company) and current SVP at Mavenir, talks about how his company shaped the future of wireless technology and how going with the right Tech M&A advisor made all the difference in the process.
We talk to tech M&A experts Bruce Milne and Jon Scott about what CEOs of tech companies should be doing during the economic downturn--when to sell and when to wait.
We talk to Executive Vice President of Corum Group, Tim Goddard about how the annual top tech trends came to be and why it matters in tech M&A.
Executive Director of Client Services at Corum Group, Joel Espelien hosts a discussion with some of the biggest investors today covering the topics on everyone's minds.
What does it really mean when investors say they are, "open for business?" What are they looking for with companies. And, what are they looking for in CEOs.
Executive Vice President of Corporate Strategies at Corum Group, Timothy Goddard hosts a roundtable discussion with buyers in tech M&A covering topics like: Product market fit; Positioning plans for 2021; Is there a good time to sell?; Benefits of always considering an exits; And, starting the dialogue early in tech M&A.
Executive Vice President of Corum Group, Daniel Bernstein leads a discussion with recent c-level executives who've made successful exits covering topics like:
Guests Bill Hennessey, M.D., Founder and CEO of Pratter, Dana Allison, CEO of IMYourDoc, and Vice President of Corum Group, Jeff Bunting chat about what's happening in health tech now and what to expect going forward.
We talk to Corum Group SVP Ivan Ruzic and CEO of AML Partners, LLC Frank Cummings about how businesses are shifting and growing in FinTech and regulations technology even during the pandemic, what clients are asking for right now, and more.
Andy Hill, CEO and co-founder of Oniqua shares his Tech M&A journey on how he took his personal project and grew it to a business he later sold to IBM.
Corum Chairman, Jon Scott shares his tech M&A stories as a serial entrepreneur and what mistake he avoided that almost cost him the entire deal.
We speak with Jay Fiske, co-founder and president of MaestroSoft, Inc. about his journey in tech M&A and how persistence and going with the right team helped him get the outcome he wanted.
We speak with Dr. Ivan Ruzic about his first-time journey through the tech M&A process, which only took two months! He shares what he learned, the landmines he faced, and what he would do differently if he could go back in time.
Altvia CEO and Founder, Kevin Kelly speaks to us about what he learned, what was surprising, as well as what he did for his employees and community after his tech M&A transaction.
Thirty-year veteran tech CEO, Allan Wilson shares his first tech M&A experience: why it was a nightmare; what he learned; and how he went on to successful exits from lessons learned.
Eight-time CEO, Paul Schaut shares about his business "battle wounds" and how the scar tissue helped with the successful sale of Modiv Media.
On this episode of TechExits, Rob Griggs, CEO and Co-founder of NetRadio--one of the earliest audio streaming platforms online--shares the hard lessons he learned while selling his company to Navarre Corp.
On this Seller’s Corner we welcome our first Woman CEO to the podcast! We are excited to chat with Constance Anderson who went from living on a cattle ranch to starting her own company, MemberXP. Constance, in pursuit of life balance sold her company to CU Solutions Group in 2019. In this episode she shares her experiences and life lessons of Tech M&A.
Jeff Bunting, VP at Corum Group, leads a discussion with investors centered around which strategies get funded and which get forgotten. Guests include speakers from Silicon Valley in Your Pocket, UCI Law, Expert DOJO, OPN, and Dreamers VC.
Corum Senior Vice President Martin Lowrie, former fighter pilot turned tech entrepreneur, shares the trials and tribulations he went through during his tech M&A experience.
Tech M&A is a journey and this past year we had a blast sharing those journeys with you! In this special edition of Seller’s Corner, we complied the best advice from CEOs we've interviewed in 2020. Grab a note pad, sit back and enjoy!
Forty-year HealthTech veteran, Teresa Chase shares her instrumental role in the successful sale of American Health Tech and what is was like navigating her way through 20 interested buyers.
Moe Arnaiz and Mathieu Gulimineau discuss the successful sale of eMobus and how going through that process helped them navigate their new venture, Weeldi.
Tech M&A leaders discuss their unique experiences and difficulties as well as how mentorships helped them overcome their challenges to get to a successful exit.
Tony Pappas of ExakTime shares how a home improvement project led to a chance meeting of a partner who, with Tony, would go on to develop an essential time management tool for the blue-collar industry, later resulting in a successful exit. We discuss why they eventually sold the company, how he knew he found the right buyers (strategics vs. PEs), and how an at-home chicken coop is helping him prepare for his next venture.