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2019 Maximizing Your Business Value | Charlotte

Hosted in Charlotte

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

7:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.



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Business valuation methodology: An art and a science.

Join us for this breakfast event that will help you to discern the nuances of valuation, so you may better understand the valuation of your own business.

Featuring a two-part presentation from Russell D’Alba and Nicholas Morreale of Paramax Corporation, explore real-life examples of how common obstacles affect the valuation of middle-market businesses, and return to your team with a new layer of insight.

This “Business Valuation 101” will provide techniques you can apply now — to enhance value today — answering critical questions like:


  • What is the difference between Financial Statement EBITDA and Transactable or Sellable EBITDA?
  • What is the average value of companies across industries?
  • How does owner involvement impact valuation?

Be prepared to take action wherever you are in your business cycle.



Members through January 8: $99 | After January 8: $129
Guests through January 8: $119 | After January 8: $149

Members and guests are welcome to attend. For more details contact Madaline Woodard.


The Duke Mansion

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The Duke Mansion
400 Hermitage Rd
Charlotte, NC

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