ACG Connecticut Presents State of the Capital Markets: 3 Corporate
Development Officers' Perspectives
January 10^th networking event focuses on growth strategies
STAMFORD, Conn. -- January 8, 2014
Corporate dealmakers from three of the largest companies in Connecticut –
Pitney Bowes, United Technologies and Thomson Reuters – will present their
insights on growth strategies, including acquisitions, at this year’s first
monthly networking meeting of theConnecticut Chapter of the Association for
Corporate Growth(ACG CT). The meeting will be held on Friday, January 10^th
from 7:30 to 9:30 am at the Stamford Marriott.
ACG CT President Karin (McKittrick) Kovacic said, “Our January meeting is a
must-attend for many of Connecticut’s most-active dealmakers, lenders and deal
advisors. Given the state of the deal market as we enter 2014, the comments of
our three panelists will be eagerly listened to. At the same time, the
networking potential of this event is, as always, a great feature for members
and non-members alike.”
The panelists are:
*Pam Tomczik, Vice President, Business Development - Intellectual Property
& Science at Thomson Reuters;
*Jeff Brennan, Vice President, Corporate Development at Pitney Bowes Inc.;
*Bill Striebe, Vice President, Corporate Development - Climate, Controls &
Security Systems at United Technologies.
They will discuss their companies’ business strategies for growth and equity
appreciation and how those strategies were developed and implemented, and will
also provide examples of recent sales or purchases that demonstrate their
organizations’ growth and development.
The panel’s moderator will be Michael Carter, the founder and Managing
Director of Carter Morse & Mathias, a 25-year-old investment banking firm
headquartered in Southport, Connecticut.
Members of the media are invited to attended free of charge. To reserve your
spot, please contact Laura Brophy at email@example.com.
About ACG CT
The Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG
Connecticut) is one of the fastest growing, most vibrant ACG chapters in the
country. ACG Connecticut is comprised of close to 300 local professionals
focused on middle-market corporate growth (i.e.: mergers and acquisitions,
financing opportunities, business development, joint ventures, licensing
arrangements, etc.), including a diverse group of private equity funds,
intermediaries, lenders, and service providers.
For more information, visit us on the Web at www.acg.org/connecticut or follow
us on Twitter: @ACGConnecticut.
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Laura Brophy, 203-331-7618
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