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NJ Small Business Development Center at The College of New Jersey

Master CEO Roundtable - Session 4 - Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Valuations

Master CEO Roundtable

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

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Small Business Community Member
This group for 2013 is full and already in progress. Please call (609) 771-2947 or email ceos@sbdcnj.com to indicate your interest in participating in 2013.
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Event Details

Starting January 22 (the only 4th Tuesday) and every following 3rd Tuesday throughout 2013 until December, we will be holding Master CEO Roundtable programs that bring together company leaders for a stimulating exchange of information, ideas and insights.

Through 12 half-day monthly sessions that explore the key drivers of a business, the open forum dialogs will delve into candid, solution seeking discussions focused on the challenges and pressures unique to top level management including business and operational issues and opportunities. This powerful experience gives you the tools to address your most pressing business decisions and enhance your leadership skills. The program is designed to provide participants with their own confidential "board of advisors" who can assist with business challenges by presenting solutions for discussion. You will find that nothing compares to having this confidential network of peers and multiple CEO-level facilitators whose sole intent is to resolve your issues and help you attain new levels of success. It all boils down to business leaders working togeter to leverage their collective wisdom.

Although participants will come from diverse companies and backgrounds, they share some common values. They know:

  • Continuous learning is necessary and that learning from peers is very effective and efficient
  • They don't know it all and that they can benefit from the experience and expertise of other CEOs
  • They demand a high return on their investment of time and money

How It Will Work:

  • Members meet in peer groups of 10-18 key leaders from comparable but noncompeting businesses
  • At every session a different facet of running a business is profiled and each member has an opportunity to present to the group a challenge, issue or opportunity that is related to the topic at hand, and will receive immediate feedback in a confidential environment
  • Every member signs a confidentiality agreement to create a venue where sensitive issues can be discussed openly
  • The meeting is led by two facilitators with extensive but varied business experiences
  • Guest specialists provide additional expertise to respond to the concerns
  • All members can receive one-on-one attention and resources between meetings

Benefits of Participating:

This dynamic convergence of people and ideas results in:

  • Gaining the collective wisdom and multiple perspectives on business and operational issues through open and unbiased discussions
  • A sounding board to discuss business topics that may be too sensitive to discuss with your own employees or your Board of Directors
  • A heightened ability to anticipate trends and issues
  • Sharing Best Practices by learning from others who have "been there, done that" thereby avoiding mistakes, pitfalls and roadblocks with their businesses
  • Making better informed decisions which leads to increased profitability and more effective visionary thinking
  • Being challenged and held accountable to make and execute actionable decisions
  • Engaging in more effective strategic thinking

Topic Flow:

Jan 22 Session 1: Open Table Discussion
Guest Speaker: N/A
Feb 19 Session 2: Human Resources, Hiring & Firing   
Guest Speaker: Jessie Phillips, CEO of Absolute Performance   
Mar 19 Session 3: Social Media & Tools of the Internet
Guest Speaker: Ed Andriessen, CEO of Business Training Resources   
April 16 Session 4: Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Valuations   
Guest Speaker: TBA
May 21 Session 5: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
June 18 Session 6: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
July 16 Session 7: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
Aug 20 Session 8: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
Sept 17 Session 9: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
Oct 15 Session 10: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
Nov 19 Session 11: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA
Dec 17 Session 12: Topic TBA
Guest Speaker: TBA

 

PLEASE NOTE that group members will play a much more active role this year in determining the topics of subsequent sessions. That is why our topics have not been chosen yet. We look to you to decide the course of this next series for the benefit of all members.

All chief executives face a myriad of issues. You don't have to do it alone. Harness the collective wisdom of peers by joining the Master CEO Roundtable.

The program will start with breakfast and networking at 8:30am followed by the session from 9:00am to Noon. We want to welcome you back to continued sessions this year. There will be no fees charged for the series of 2013 sessions.

Have questions about Master CEO Roundtable - Session 4 - Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Valuations? Contact Master CEO Roundtable

When & Where


Stark and Stark
993 Lenox Dr
Trenton, NJ 08648

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

Master CEO Roundtable

The NJSBDC network (www.njsbdc.com) is the premier provider of comprehensive services and programs for small business in New Jersey. The organization, which consists of 11 centers statewide, helps businesses expand their operations, manage their growth or start ventures. The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) network is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New Jersey, and The College of New Jersey. SBA's funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA-funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least two weeks in advance by contacting 609-771-2947.

For fee-based events we have a NO CASH policy. Therefore, cash cannot be accepted at the door. We do accept checks at the door and credit cards online. For instructions for how to pay at the door with a check, please call 609-771-2947 or email events@sbdcnj.com to make those arrangements.

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2009 U.S. Small Business Administration Innovation Excellence Service Award Winner
NJSBDC @ TCNJ | 2000 Pennington Avenue | P.O. Box 7718 | Ewing, NJ 08628 | 609-771-2947 | info@sbdcnj.com | www.sbdcnj.com

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