Tomorrow on METALCON Online! Special Presentation on Mergers & Acquisitions

Understanding Business Valuation and Mergers and Acquisitions

Karl Wohler, Mergers & Acquisitions and Valuation Advisory Services at PSMJ Resources, Inc., brings his 40+ years of experience to METALCONLive! tomorrow as he provides answers to some of the most common M&A questions. It will also serve as a “preview” for a special 8-hour workshop taking place at METALCON 2023 in Las Vegas in October. Karl’s diverse experience in operations management, finance, M&A deal structuring, and process management offers a unique perspective when assisting company leaders in developing effective growth, transition, and exit strategies.

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What can you be doing now to improve the value of your business and enhance your exit options? When is the time right to move into a new market and secure an acquisition? What is more important when selling, acquiring, or merging with a firm — a like culture or similar product offerings? What are the industry norms for valuation and deal structure? What are the critical milestones in the M&A process? Can a sale process facilitate retirement exits while allowing some shareholders to remain in the ownership group and maintaining a path to ownership for key employees? Spend an hour tomorrow with Karl to get answers to your M&A questions.

Karl began his career as a chemical engineer at Polaroid Corporation and then advanced to senior director of film manufacturing and corporate program manager in research & development. His first exposure to mergers and acquisitions came when he managed several plant consolidation and divestiture projects. Over the past 15 years, Karl has built deep experience in M&A, including a range of consulting advisory engagements as well as his roles as the corporate head of M&A for Bowne & Co., a $1 billion financial service content management company, and as the owner and CEO of a 150‐employee printing company. He now provides advisory support to the mergers and acquisitions, valuation, and ownership transition practices at PSMJ.

METALCON 2023 EDUCATION: Mergers & Acquisitions Essentials Workshop

Tomorrow’s webinar will provide a glimpse into the 8-hour in-person workshop taking place at METALCON 2023. This workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, October 17, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Note: This workshop requires pre-registration, an additional fee but it includes your 3-day exhibit hall pass. Learn more about our NEW Value Pass options for the BEST DEAL for adding metal workshops to your agenda.

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