Thursday March 12, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 12:15 PM EDT

Networking luncheon immediately follows.

Registration deadline is Friday, March 6th.

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Capital Strategies and
Exit Planning Panelists

Management Panelists

  • Andrew J. Laniak, President and CEO, Brinkman International Group, Inc.
  • Richard Lozyniak, former CEO, Blue Ridge Paper Products, Inc., Bristol Compressors International, Inc. and North American Breweries (successfully exited all three companies)
  • Keith Robinson, CFO, Diamond Packaging


Country Club of Rochester 
2935 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14610

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Kathy Butler 
Ironwood Capital 

Capital Strategies and Exit Planning for Successful Businesses 

In just a few hours, learn more about the different types and sources of capital that can help you grow your business and how to prepare your business for a full or partial exit.

As the owner or manager of a growing middle market company, you are an expert in your product and your markets. But when it comes to accessing capital, whether it is planning for a generational or partner transition, a full or partial recapitalization, an acquisition, organic growth or any other growth or exit transaction, did you know there are many options to consider, in terms of both the forms and sources of capital and transaction types available?

This free capital strategies and exit planning event is designed specifically for privately-held businesses. The morning program will be presented as two panel discussions followed by question-and-answer periods. Lunch will follow.

As part of the Capital Strategies/Exit Planning panel discussion, you'll learn: 

  • Diversity of financial products available from growth equity, mezzanine, and debt providers
  • Variety of full and partial exit transactions available
  • What to look for in a capital provider or transaction partner
  • How to prepare your business to seek capital or for an exit

As part of the Management panel discussion, you'll hear:

  • Value of the trusted advisor
  • Goals/expectations and results of capital and exit transactions
  • Impact of capital influx on business operations
  • Impact of a capital partnership, including financial outcomes for both sides
  • Lessons learned by management

Hear first-hand from business owners about their experiences. Learn what worked for them and what they might have done differently. Real people with real stories that may parallel your own situation.

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