Now is a time to prepare to come out of this pandemic stronger. In this episode of M&A Access, Terry Hannafin, Managing Director of Carter Morse & Goodrich talks survival plans for the mergers and acquisitions industry in a pandemic.
In this M&A Access videocast, M&A Access will be bringing you insights from Nancy Stone, Founder of Stone Strategic Management, and Taylor Devine, Founder and Managing Partner of The CDI Group.
The COVID-19 crisis impacts everyone, and Stone discusses how the crisis can impact employees. How can leaders curb the stress of their employees?
Later, hear from Devine as he discusses the uncertainty many are currently feeling, and how companies can overcome that challenge.
We have been here before. In times of crisis and in times of challenge—each and every time—we have found a way to preserve and support one another. At AM&AA, we want you to know that we are here for you and we will continue to support the industry in every way that we can. At the end of the day, we are truly in this together.
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How are companies looking to move forward after the COVID-19 crisis? In this episode of M&A Access, Luis de la Prida, Managing Partner, The NYBB Group and Christine Hollinden, Founder, Hollinden | Marketers + Strategists discuss their current biggest concerns.
First, de la Prida shares his optimism for certain deals that are still moving forward, noting that now is the best time to build your expertise and listen to clients.
Christine Hollinden then talks about her own strategies, and how they’ve changed in relation to her practice and clients.
Bill Wiersema, Principal with Miller, Cooper & Co. and Joshua Bobich, Associate with Ballard Spahr will be sharing their thoughts on federal small business provisions and client relationships.
Wiersema will discuss the $350 billion business provisions and how companies can use the current crisis to strengthen their business.
Then, Bobich will discuss renegotiations and service provider relationships with clients, as well as how his company is dealing with unexpected challenges.
Check out the extended interview with Bill Wiersema.