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June 4, 2021

Next Week’s Online Classes: Thought Leadership and Why M&A Deals Fail

Putting Thought into Thought Leadership
Tuesday, June 8, 1:30-2:30 PM (Eastern)

An effective thought leadership strategy enables professional services firms to build brand visibility and establish credibility and trust with prospects and clients. Yet, the term “thought leadership” is often misunderstood and misused.

In this online class, Ida Cheinman, Principal/Creative Director, Substance151, Benefit LLC, will demonstrate exactly what thought leadership is and how to use it to create a competitive advantage for your firm.

During this 60-minute session, you’ll explore:

  • How to develop an effective thought leadership strategy that aligns with your firm’s business and marketing goals
  • The role of research in identifying topics relevant to your audiences (clients) and yourr firms’ unique expertise
  • Best practices, channels, and formats for developing and promoting thought leadership content in a way that creates a sustained competitive advantage for your firm
  • How to measure the success of your thought leadership program

Click here to register.

Why M&A Deals Fail
Wednesday, June 9, 1:30-3:00 PM (Eastern)

Mergers and Acquisitions have been prevalent in the A/E space for years, with increasing tempo, consolidation is occurring. What doesn’t get reported is the number of deals that fall through, due to the failure to meet financial expectations, personnel expectations, client expectations etc. What causes these failures and what can be done to avoid them? Whether you’re a seller or a buyer, what questions do you need to have at hand to help gauge the outcome months, if not years, from now?

In this session, Simon Goodhead, Principal Consultant, The Coxe Group Inc., will address the following:

  • Multiple measures of success and failure in M&A deals
  • Red flags that need reviewing every time, and monitoring throughout the deal process
  • Some techniques for preventing poor deals
  • Why there should always be an upsides for both sides

Click here to register.

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June 4, 2021



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