2014 Tech M&A Monthly - Forecast 2014

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28. May 2014
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  1. Surrounding Area: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan 2.4b – ARRIS group acquires Motorola Mobility Holdings (Motorola Home Business) 4.1x – John Wiley & Sons Acquires Deltak
  2. 500.com, AutoHome.com, Lightinthe box.com and, 58.com.
  3. Eloqua Marketing Automation Acquired by Oracle at 7.7X Rev Exact Target Marketing Automation Acquired by Salesforce at 7.6X Rev
  4. Mobile continues to set the pace for technology innovation, evolution and revolution. Half of Gartner’s 2014 Ten Strategic Technology Trends are tied to mobile. Not really surprising considering that in 2014 the number of mobile Internet users will outnumber desktop users globally for the first time. Clearly, mobile is set to become even more ubiquitous in 2014, with wearable tech and ultra-efficient sensors driving new interactions, erasing the barriers between mobile and social, while opening new opportunities for eCommerce.
  5. In 2014, I think we can look forward to: - Apple responding to Android and Windows momentum through M&A, possibly bringing significant outside IP into the walled garden for the first time. - 2014 will not be the year of wearables, but more big companies will start placing big bets on it. - BYOD will fade from the CTO’s agenda, enabling them to focus on using mobility to transform business operations - Mobile technology automates more aspects of everyday life in the home and on the road pitting service providers, application developers, and device makers in 3-way tug of war.
  6. Public Markets performance extremely good in 2013, never fallen down nothing close to zero, as though there were few pullbacks late spring and summer, but all three indexes we track showed excellent bounces and keep on to grow by leaps and bounds giving a great start for 2014.
  7. Look closely at the Top Acquirers last year. First off, Google has been really dominant, setting new records for number of deals each year. Often, picking up technology in seemingly unrelated areas . They realize that it is worthwhile to use the cash, make some strategic bets as in house new developed technology has about the same mortality rate as any new small business – 90 failure over the first five years. Much easier to make acquisitions of proven technologies. We deal with Google all the time, we’ve had them as guest speakers and on panels, such as our annual report we passed out. Not only are they doing more deals, but they’re buying differently, too. When Google comes into an LOI, they will actually lay out issues you would normally be negotiating, stressing over later on. Their attitude is “Here’s some things that we’re going to be having trouble with, we’ll tell you how we’re going to handle it.” They just get by all that stuff. They realize that their sheer size and the drain of the process can destroy the relationship during due diligence by creating “deal fatigue.” Which is the biggest single killer of deals in process these days. After Google, we see Intel, who we just sold a Korean company too. In fact we’ve got offers from or sold to all of these firms. What’s interesting to note is how the leader board has changed. Up to a couple of years ago, it was the same names over and over. Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, etc. Now the leaders are firms that didn’t exist a few years ago, who began making news on the M&A front when they were private – firms like Zynga and Facebook. With the new crowd funding law, we will see more of these private firms with plenty of cash bidding. Then we have firms many of you have never heard of, now outbidding the giants. Have you heard of WPP or Schneider Electric? What’s not shown is all of the newly minted foreign public companies who went public on international exchanges. First thing they do with the cash from their offering is make acquisitions. Not only to get access to technology and domain expertise, but often, more importantly, to acquire a ready made base in major markets in North America and Europe to expand sales. Further, foreign buyers want to get access to user bases where they can leverage their low cost development staff. For this reason, even the most legacy, old line firms are seeing suitors these days
  8. Look closely at the Top Acquirers last year. First off, Google has been really dominant, setting new records for number of deals each year. Often, picking up technology in seemingly unrelated areas . They realize that it is worthwhile to use the cash, make some strategic bets as in house new developed technology has about the same mortality rate as any new small business – 90 failure over the first five years. Much easier to make acquisitions of proven technologies. We deal with Google all the time, we’ve had them as guest speakers and on panels, such as our annual report we passed out. Not only are they doing more deals, but they’re buying differently, too. When Google comes into an LOI, they will actually lay out issues you would normally be negotiating, stressing over later on. Their attitude is “Here’s some things that we’re going to be having trouble with, we’ll tell you how we’re going to handle it.” They just get by all that stuff. They realize that their sheer size and the drain of the process can destroy the relationship during due diligence by creating “deal fatigue.” Which is the biggest single killer of deals in process these days. After Google, we see Intel, who we just sold a Korean company too. In fact we’ve got offers from or sold to all of these firms. What’s interesting to note is how the leader board has changed. Up to a couple of years ago, it was the same names over and over. Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, etc. Now the leaders are firms that didn’t exist a few years ago, who began making news on the M&A front when they were private – firms like Zynga and Facebook. With the new crowd funding law, we will see more of these private firms with plenty of cash bidding. Then we have firms many of you have never heard of, now outbidding the giants. Have you heard of WPP or Schneider Electric? What’s not shown is all of the newly minted foreign public companies who went public on international exchanges. First thing they do with the cash from their offering is make acquisitions. Not only to get access to technology and domain expertise, but often, more importantly, to acquire a ready made base in major markets in North America and Europe to expand sales. Further, foreign buyers want to get access to user bases where they can leverage their low cost development staff. For this reason, even the most legacy, old line firms are seeing suitors these days
  9. Look closely at the Top Acquirers last year. First off, Google has been really dominant, setting new records for number of deals each year. Often, picking up technology in seemingly unrelated areas . They realize that it is worthwhile to use the cash, make some strategic bets as in house new developed technology has about the same mortality rate as any new small business – 90 failure over the first five years. Much easier to make acquisitions of proven technologies. We deal with Google all the time, we’ve had them as guest speakers and on panels, such as our annual report we passed out. Not only are they doing more deals, but they’re buying differently, too. When Google comes into an LOI, they will actually lay out issues you would normally be negotiating, stressing over later on. Their attitude is “Here’s some things that we’re going to be having trouble with, we’ll tell you how we’re going to handle it.” They just get by all that stuff. They realize that their sheer size and the drain of the process can destroy the relationship during due diligence by creating “deal fatigue.” Which is the biggest single killer of deals in process these days. After Google, we see Intel, who we just sold a Korean company too. In fact we’ve got offers from or sold to all of these firms. What’s interesting to note is how the leader board has changed. Up to a couple of years ago, it was the same names over and over. Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, etc. Now the leaders are firms that didn’t exist a few years ago, who began making news on the M&A front when they were private – firms like Zynga and Facebook. With the new crowd funding law, we will see more of these private firms with plenty of cash bidding. Then we have firms many of you have never heard of, now outbidding the giants. Have you heard of WPP or Schneider Electric? What’s not shown is all of the newly minted foreign public companies who went public on international exchanges. First thing they do with the cash from their offering is make acquisitions. Not only to get access to technology and domain expertise, but often, more importantly, to acquire a ready made base in major markets in North America and Europe to expand sales. Further, foreign buyers want to get access to user bases where they can leverage their low cost development staff. For this reason, even the most legacy, old line firms are seeing suitors these days
  10. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  11. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  12. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  13. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  14. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  15. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  16. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  17. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  18. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  19. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  20. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  21. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  22. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  23. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  24. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  25. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  26. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  27. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  28. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  29. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  30. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  31. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  32. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  33. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  34. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  35. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  36. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  37. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  38. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.
  39. Now, let’s turn to the Corum Index on deals – valuations, volume, structures, …etc.. This report is done monthly for six major sectors and quarterly for all 26 markets. It’s presented at our online M&A Monthlies which are broadcast to 36 countries the second Thursday at 10 a.m. Pacific Mountain Time. How many of you have attended one of these monthly or quarterly events? (See a show of hands – usually not more than 20%.) Well, if you’re serious about selling in the next year or two, I would urge you to tune in to these broadcasts. They have all the latest information on valuations, deal structures, who’s selling, plus special market reports, and insider presentations on trends that you need to know to best position for optimal value. Further, we have guest speakers – recent headliners, buyers, or CEOs who have just sold and give you the lowdown on what it’s like in the M&A trenches right now. Here’s the latest Corum Index. [NEW COPY NEEDED] By the way, an example of the full 26 market report is in the annual report. (Have them pull that back up) Everyone open up to the market sections to see more detail. There are also special reports by Corum Staff – considered world experts in the major trends.