Entrepreneurs focus relentlessly on starting a company and managing early growth a process that (hopefully) leads to success. But at some point, they stop and ask, ‘What’s next?’
Exit strategies define the payoff for all that hard work.
Join us on June 22 as three successful entrepreneurs and an exit strategy adviser share their stories, insights and advice on building a successful company and then navigating the process of letting go.
RSVP required. Breakfast provided.
On the panel
Craig Anderson, Business Reporter
Corson “Corky” Ellis founded Portland-based software development firm Kepware Technologies in 1995. In December, PTC Inc. of Needham, Massachusetts, announced that it would acquire Kepware for $100 million. Ellis felt the right buyer had come along at the right time to maximize the company’s value and keep its employees working in Maine.
Jean Hoffman is an executive and entrepreneur with a track record of building successful companies in the global pharmaceutical, veterinary and health care information technology industries.
Pamela Hurley-Moser founded Hurley Travel Experts at age 27. After 22 years building the company, it was acquired by Direct Travel, a $1.5 billion national travel management company.
Jeannine Pendergast joined the Spinnaker Team in 2015 as the Senior ESOP Client Advisor. She ensures all Spinnaker’s fiduciary obligations are fulfilled and strives to be a trusted resource for Spinnaker’s ESOP clients.
Complete the form to sign up to attend the Business Breakfast Forum on June 22 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. at the Portland Public Library.