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2024: The Year of M&A

Thursday, March 7, 2024

2-3 PM ET

 

OBJECTIVE FUNDING INFORMATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS

KNOWLEDGE AND ANSWERS

 

Join The Funding Strategies Conference’s next roundtable discussion, 2024: The Year of M&A. In this panel, our experts will discuss the post-pandemic market shift and delve into the projected increase in M&A activities for 2024. We’ll explore the markets where we expect to see movement and the trends driving corporate consolidations. As the financial markets stabilize, we see a strong upward correlation with M&A activity.

 

Since 2021, The Funding Strategies Conference has been a trusted resource by business leaders to gain financial and funding insight. Our viewers benefit from those in the know.

 

Whether you work for a small business, medium-size venture, or a large company, the information discussed at the Funding Strategies Conference is designed to be useful and relevant as you plan your company’s path to financial success.

 

Our panels are comprised of industry experts from major lending institutions, including banks, SBA specialists, alternative lenders, venture capital, as well as angel and private equity investors. The Funding Strategies conference brings together lending experts so you can learn from their insights and tips.

 

The Funding Strategies Conference continues to offer a wide-ranging slate of financial webinars providing much-needed, objective resources to business leaders with fiduciary responsibilities.

Click to watch our most recent webinar:
FUNDING TRENDS: What to Expect in 2024

ABOUT US >

The Funding Strategies Conference is a collaboration between ThermoCredit LLC and The Funding University.  Together, we designed an educational forum for corporate leaders with fiduciary responsibilities, specifically to help them stay informed of new trends, strategies, and finance options.  

For sponsorship information or interested in being a panel speaker, please email us at 

info@fundingstrategies.net

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