•  June 17, 2021
     1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

One of the most often overlooked aspects of strategic planning is succession planning. When you are looking for an exit strategy, area ready to hand off the business to other family members and head for the beach, or face unforeseen circumstances, having a strong succession plan in place is critical. And it can take several years to execute on that succession plan. In this session, participants will learn about the key elements of the plan to successfully transfer leadership and ownership of a printing and packaging firm, typical timelines, and strategies for ensuring optimum valuation.

The program will focus on:

  • Key elements of a succession plan.
  • Exit strategy timelines.
  • Leadership and Ownership changes.
  • Ensuring bench strength.
  • Valuation methods.

Who should attend?
CEO’s, owners, presidents and finance executives who influence strategy decisions.

About the Presenters:

Al Reijmer and Jim Russell are partners in New Direction Partners (NDP), the leading provider of advisory services for printing and packaging firms seeking growth and opportunity through mergers and acquisitions. NDP assists its clients by giving them expert guidance and peace of mind at every stage of the process of buying or selling a printing or packaging company. Services include representing selling shareholders; acquisition searches; valuation; capital formation and financing; and strategic planning. NDP’s partners have participated in more than 300 mergers and acquisitions since 1979. Collectively they possess more than 200 years of industry experience with transactions in aggregate exceeding $2 billion. For information, email info@newdirectionpartners.com.

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Thursday, June 17, 2021

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Central

FREE to GLGA members
$39 for not-yet members

A confirmation email with the connection information will be sent to you a few days before the webinar.



United States

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