11/15/2016, 7:30 am - 9:15 am

The Next Chapter Part 3: Bringing in Outside Management

The Next Chapter is a three-part breakfast series exploring how to navigate business transitions for privately-held companies. 

Closely-held companies face unique challenges as they evolve. Careful and strategic transition planning is crucial to support ongoing success and honor the company’s legacy.

Lurie and LymanDoran are bringing together respected leaders who have successfully navigated these transitions to share their stories with you. Whether preparing your company for sale, planning generational succession or building capacity through outside management, this series will offer valuable perspective and insight from leaders who understand the complexities of private ownership and growth.

We hope you will join us for one or all three of these insightful discussions.

Part 3: Bringing in Outside Management

The definition of success in privately-held companies is typically more complex than meeting profitability targets and often includes building upon the founder’s legacy and preserving the family’s investment.  Recruiting leadership from outside the family can be a necessity and an asset, but must be approached with care and transparency to ensure alignment around expectations regarding family involvement and use of capital.

Join us for a conversation featuring two privately-held companies that have successfully recruited CEOs.  The panel will include owners and executive management, providing both owners’ and executive leaders’ perspective.

Panelists include:

John Brooks & Jill Hesselroth, Intek Plastics

Charlie Westling & Eric Roach, Computype 

Complimentary breakfast from 7:30am – 8:00am
Panel begins at 8:00am

RSVP Here

Location:

Lurie
2501 Wayzata Boulevard
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
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