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20 - 21 May, 2014

Merger Integration 2014 offers solutions for the most confounding integration challenges in M&A

Acquiring companies tend to outperform industry peers that don’t pursue an active M&A strategy--in good times and bad.  Yet despite the increasing professionalism of corporate M&A efforts over the last decade, acquisitions are still a high-risk endeavor even for the most seasoned, serial acquirer. 

The 10th Annual Merger Integration Conference has been redesigned to reflect the growing demands to get value from M&A.  New and experienced integration managers will gather for two interactive days to get to the core of what it takes to build a successful integration capability from expert speakers with proven value from their integration efforts.        

Why You Should Attend   

  • Discover the habits and best practices of successful serial acquirers to grow your business
  • Tackle the most common pain points and integration challenges including sales and IT integration
  • Discuss the benefits and challenges of reverse integration
  • Examine how to tailor your integration approach by deal type
  • Overcome the challenges of cross-border M&A to build a global organization
  • Hear from integration experts from Google, Johnson & Johnson, Salesforce.com, ghSmart & Company, Microsoft, Schneider Electronic, Cognizant, Adobe, CISCO, DePuy Synthes Companies, Autodesk, FedEx, Harvard Business School, McKinsey & Company and many more

Additional topics include:

Jump-start Your Integration

The Power of Integration Clusters

Revenue Focused Integration:Honing in on Your Sales Force and Your Customer Experience

Tackling the Challenge of IT Integration

Boosting M&A Value with the Right Integration Leader 
 

More and more companies are sending teams of people to attend this event! If you’re interested in sending a team, please email amy.thyberg@tcb.org to inquire about special pricing. 
 

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Earn up to 13.5 CPE credits in the Business Management and Organization field of study

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Delivery Method: Group-Live
Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree or higher-level education
Advanced Preparation: No advanced preparation required

Sponsored by

McKinsey & Company
  • Human Capital
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