Corum Group to Host Merger Conference in Seattle

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Corum Group

    BELLEVUE, Wash., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's chaos has created the
 greatest wave of consolidation in history.  Some software and IT firms won't
 survive.  Others will make poor strategic and operational decisions that will
 eventually destroy the value they've worked so hard to build.  Many will
 partner, but with the wrong companies or at valuations and structures they
 will later regret.  And a few will have the insight to take advantage of the
 most extraordinary opportunity we've ever seen to acquire value, create
 wealth, and streamline operations for the long term.  No company will go
 unaffected.  And the better educated you are, the better your chances to
 survive and thrive.  The Corum Group, a world leader in software M&A, will
 address these strategies on April 19, 2001 at a special software M&A
 conference entitled "Selling Up Selling Out."
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/19990519/SFW059 )
     Selling Up Selling Out teaches software and Internet executives how to
 value, prepare, position and successfully negotiate a merger, sale, or
 partnership of their software, IT or Internet company.  This one-day seminar
 is a must for entrepreneurs to help them translate years of hard work and
 technical genius into real personal wealth.  The cost to attend is $495, which
 includes the conference, lunch, and a 300-page workbook.  More buyers and
 sellers of software-related companies have attended this conference than all
 other similar seminars combined.  Thus, pre-registration is required.
     Individuals or corporations interested in attending Selling Up Selling Out
 can contact Todd Volkmann at 425-455-8281, or register online at
 www.corumgroup.com.  The Seattle Area conference will be held at the Hyatt
 Regency Bellevue.
 
 

SOURCE Corum Group
    BELLEVUE, Wash., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's chaos has created the
 greatest wave of consolidation in history.  Some software and IT firms won't
 survive.  Others will make poor strategic and operational decisions that will
 eventually destroy the value they've worked so hard to build.  Many will
 partner, but with the wrong companies or at valuations and structures they
 will later regret.  And a few will have the insight to take advantage of the
 most extraordinary opportunity we've ever seen to acquire value, create
 wealth, and streamline operations for the long term.  No company will go
 unaffected.  And the better educated you are, the better your chances to
 survive and thrive.  The Corum Group, a world leader in software M&A, will
 address these strategies on April 19, 2001 at a special software M&A
 conference entitled "Selling Up Selling Out."
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/19990519/SFW059 )
     Selling Up Selling Out teaches software and Internet executives how to
 value, prepare, position and successfully negotiate a merger, sale, or
 partnership of their software, IT or Internet company.  This one-day seminar
 is a must for entrepreneurs to help them translate years of hard work and
 technical genius into real personal wealth.  The cost to attend is $495, which
 includes the conference, lunch, and a 300-page workbook.  More buyers and
 sellers of software-related companies have attended this conference than all
 other similar seminars combined.  Thus, pre-registration is required.
     Individuals or corporations interested in attending Selling Up Selling Out
 can contact Todd Volkmann at 425-455-8281, or register online at
 www.corumgroup.com.  The Seattle Area conference will be held at the Hyatt
 Regency Bellevue.
 
 SOURCE  Corum Group