Webcast: Deciding which ownership transition path to take

What's the succession plan for your engineering firm? Are you considering an internal ownership transition, or exploring an external sale? This professional development session will help owners look at the various options their engineering firm should consider as they opt to sell their firm.

07/31/2015


What's the succession plan for your engineering firm? Are you considering an internal ownership transition, or exploring an external sale? This professional development session will help owners look at the various options their engineering firm should consider as they opt to sell their firm.

Attendees will:

  • Go through a decision matrix attendees could apply to their own situations
  • Briefly cover the pros and cons of each approach
  • Identify the key attributes to make either an internal sale or an external sale successful
  • Discuss the options in an informational Q&A setting.

Presenter: Nick Belitz, Principal Consultant, Morrissey Goodale, Denver

Nick Belitz is a Principal Consultant at Morrissey Goodale and specializes in strategic business planning, merger and acquisition advisory, and financial analysis while overseeing the Denver office of Morrissey Goodale. Belitz has worked within and for the engineering and construction industry since the start of his career. Before joining Morrissey Goodale, Belitz has held roles in the residential and commercial real estate development industry as well as the oil and gas industry. He began his career as a consultant serving the engineering industry at ZweigWhite in the Boston area, where he specialized in strategic business planning, merger and acquisition, and financial advisory projects for design firms and construction companies. Belitz received his MBA from the University of Southern California and he also holds the Certified Valuation Analyst ("CVA") designation conferred by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.

Moderator:

Amara Rozgus, Editor in Chief, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, Oak Brook, Ill.



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