This week on “In Process: Conversations about Business in the 21st Century,” we reach the final podcast in our series dedicated to the topic of preparing your business for sale.
There's a “new normal” in the marketplace. Too much money, chasing too few deals. We’re also now seeing a fairly dramatic reduction in the number of companies above 100 employees. That shrinkage, if you will, accounts for a lot of the competitiveness. And, the impact on the market? It's driving the capital downstream.
In the final installment of our six-part podcast series, show hosts Evelyn Ashley and John Monahon speak with Doug Tatum, chairman of Newport Board Group, a national partnership of CEOs and senior executives who advise emerging middle-market companies and assist private-equity firms to invest in and grow portfolio companies. Doug is also the author of “No Man’s Land: Where Growing Companies Fail,” a leading text about growth companies that has been translated into several languages and has won four National Best Business book awards.
During the course of the podcast, entrepreneurs, business owners and C-level executives will learn about the:
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