GERMANTOWN, Md. -- Are you thinking about buying or selling an accounts receivable management (ARM) business? Are you concerned about the impact of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) on your business? You won’t want to miss this webinar hosted by Kaulkin Ginsberg Company!

On Thursday, October 4 at 11:00 AM EST, Mike Ginsberg, President & CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg Company; Paul Weitzel, Corporate Development Officer at Radius Holdings; and Sean McNeill, M&A Lead at Eli Global, will be joining forces to discuss the driving factors of M&A in the ARM industry, pricing trends, and the future of M&A over the next 5 years. Other topics covered by these industry experts include war stories and M&A experiences, how to get a deal to the finish line, and how pricing and transaction structures have changed over the past decade.

When asked, Mike Ginsberg explained “This webinar will be vital to all owners, operators, and their leadership team to fully understand the impact M&A will have on their business, and help with their strategic planning initiatives well into the future. The experts joining me on this webinar are all industry veterans and attendees will be able to gain critical knowledge from their experiences.”

Registration is free, so invite your leadership team, join us, and bring your questions for this essential 75-minute webinar. To register, click here.

About Kaulkin Ginsberg Company

Since 1991, Kaulkin Ginsberg Company has provided critical strategic advice to the outsourced business services industry. Our client-centric approach covers almost every stage of a company’s life cycle and enables us to maintain longstanding relationships as trusted advisors. We provide mergers and acquisition advisory, strategic consulting, valuation and financial solutions, market intelligence and analysis, as well as litigation support and expert witness.

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