Posts Tagged "linkedin"

Welcome To China

Welcome To China
Investing in companies with subsidiaries in China creates challenges and obstacles not prevalent in the United States. Local customs, culture, labor law, commercial law, and taxation, but to name a few, are significantly different as is the challenge of financing middle market companies operating abroad. Over the years, we have been involved with several businesses with international operations and currently… read more →

Contacts Or Relationships, What’s In Your Database?

Contacts Or Relationships, What’s In Your Database?
At MCM Capital Partners my primary responsibilities include direct sourcing of investment opportunities and managing intermediary relationships within the investment banking and buy-side intermediary community. As a result, I am thrust into the realm of networking: cocktail parties, dinners, golf, conferences, etc. Nowadays, it even entails online networking - blogging, LinkedIn, FaceBook, and Twitter. My job is to “establish relationships”… read more →

Keeping Deals On Track

Keeping Deals On Track
Four years ago, I joined the Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors® (AM&AA), a trade organization bringing together investment bankers, private equity professionals, CPAs, attorneys and other corporate financial advisors for educational and networking purposes. This past month, AM&AA held its Summer Conference in Chicago which included over 400 M&A professionals discussing various topics ranging from valuation and leverage trends to the… read more →

Customer (Dis)Service

Customer (Dis)Service
My fellow associates and I began writing a weekly blog over one year ago which we publish regularly each Wednesday. Blog topics fall into one of four categories: Business Best Practices, General Economic Conditions, PE News, and MCM News. Four of us blog (we excused Kevin, our CFO because he actually has real work to do) and thus "my turn"… read more →

Group Health Insurance Costs – Controllable or Uncontrollable?

Group Health Insurance Costs – Controllable or Uncontrollable?
Every year organizations are faced with finding ways to reduce expenses and challenged with increasing productivity. This challenge is even more pronounced during difficult economic times. Some costs are easily controlled while others are much more challenging. What about group health insurance costs, can these costs be controlled by executives? Group health insurance expenses have been on the rise in… read more →
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