CHICAGO, June 1, 2020 – For the first time in its history, the Association for Corporate Growth® (ACG) will host an exclusive virtual ACG Member Summit, taking place June 23-25, 2020.
Registration for the event will open today at noon CT and is complimentary to active ACG members.
ACG invites its global network of 15,000 middle-market professionals to enjoy the three-day event, made up of open networking, live and on-demand programming, one-on-one meetings, and roundtable networking. Tom Bohn, CEO and President of ACG, will open the event.
“We’re excited to deliver an event that’ll close communication gaps and strengthen our members, connecting them to one another,” said Bohn. “ACG’s Member Summit will afford our members access to business development resources, including digital deal flow, the opportunity to schedule a ton of one-on-one meetings and a chance to hear from speakers addressing our new normal.”
Kathryn Mulligan, Editor-in-Chief, of ACG’s official magazine Middle Market Growth®, will host the live programming, which includes: The State of the Middle Market, Industries Remaining Strong During the Pandemic, Election Impact on Middle Market M&A and Supporting Portfolio Companies During This Unprecedented Time.
In addition to programming and virtual networking, registered active ACG members will utilize ACG Access, an exciting new meeting scheduling tool that allows users to schedule up to 40 one-on-one meetings via secure virtual meeting rooms. Unique features help determine meeting suitability based on business goals, industries and interests.
“The summit puts ACG’s best assets forward – our members and our ability to connect them,” said Martin Okner, Chairman of the ACG Global Board of Directors and president and COO of dpHUE, a middle-market beauty company. “For more than 50 years, ACG has provided the venue where middle market professionals get business done. The ACG Member Summit will reunify and empower members.”
ACG members are encouraged to register. Meetings, roundtables and hours of ACG content (live and on-demand), will be accessible via one secure location. Inactive members should seize this opportunity, become a part of the organization, the network and the event.
“Our members leverage growth strategies, embrace new challenges and cultivate new business by finding the right partnerships through ACG. At the end of the day, our members want to be connected, and it is our job to help connect them,” Bohn said.
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About Association for Corporate Growth®
Founded in 1954, ACG has 60 chapters across the globe. ACG’s worldwide network comprises 90,000 professionals within the middle market, including 15,000 members who serve as the investors, lenders, owners, executives and advisers to growing middle-market companies. ACG’s mission is to drive middle-market growth. The organization’s official publication, Middle Market Growth®, highlights stories important to the ACG membership.