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Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) Boston Announces Summit 2014
"Growth: The Best Road to Value and Liquidity" to be held May 2 at Bentley University
This years’ Summit will feature two keynote speakers (each an expert in growing businesses), morning breakout sessions, and an afternoon case study session with group feedback, developed around the theme of liquidity. Following the Summit is a networking reception which all attendees are invited to attend as a culmination to a great day!
Bill Seibel, founder and CEO of Mobiquity, will serve as the breakfast keynote speaker, sharing “10 Key Levers for Exceptional Growth.” Woven within these points will be stories of how Seibel generated growth throughout his four-decade career in technology leadership. Ted Patton, managing director and founder of Hastings Equity Partners and a 1988 Olympic bronze medalist, will deliver the luncheon keynote sharing his insights as a private equity investor on realizing investment value and the approach to structuring liquidity.
Stanley Davis, Chair of the XPX Boston Board of Directors, said, “This year’s Summit promises to be the best ever. We are working hard to pull together an event that is top-notch focusing on a topic that is at the forefront of most business owners’ strategies: growth. Attendees will gain valuable perspectives on how to attain the level of growth they’re looking for.”
Early bird registration is now open. The discounted cost to attend the event is $199 for members and $249 for non-members. To register for the event, visit http://www.xpxglobal.com/
Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, P.C. is a gold-level sponsor of the XPX Summit 2014.
The Exit Planning Exchange has its roots in Boston where a group of advisors began holding meetings in 2006. Today, there are chapters in Boston, Connecticut, Philadelphia, Metro DC, and Tampa, with a shared vision, mission and organizational structure.
XPX helps business owners create sustainable and transferable value in their enterprise and achieve a well-prepared, successful exit. Member benefits include sharing best practices, creating a national bureau of thought-leading advisors, presentations by former business owners who have successfully exited their businesses, panels with expert topics, summits, and communities of trusted advisors.
About Exit Planning Exchange (XPX)
XPX was formed in 2007 with the mission to make it easier for business owners to find qualified professionals with deep exit planning expertise; support the growth of the emerging exit planning field; enable members to share their intellectual capital with other members; develop the educational programs required for this emerging discipline; and provide members with exclusive networking, education and collaboration opportunities. Based in Boston, XPX currently has chapters in Boston, Connecticut, Philadelphia, Metro DC, Tampa, and continues to expand. Its members represent a range of professionals who serve privately-held businesses.
To learn more about XPX Boston, please contact Donna Powell, XPX Administrator, at 978-392-7929, or