Capitola, Calif., March 17, 2011 — As the human resource industry continues to consolidate and create value, both sellers and buyers need guidance from professionals who understand how to value human capital firms and take them to market.
“The Changing Value of Your Company: How to Value and Sell Your HR Business,” an updated webinar scheduled for March 25th at 2:00 pm Eastern Time, will address the continuing growth and consolidation within the Human Capital market, how HR vendors can value their business and strategies to optimize value for business owners and shareholders.
Rod Robertson and Ellen Steinlauf, Partners of Briggs Capital, will present the Webinar. They have found that most Founders, Chief Executive Officers and equity stakeholders have focused on building a business. Yet, they are unfamiliar with the options and method for raising investment capital for growth, seeking a buyer and/or planning their exit.
The webinar will answer questions such as:
– What is the current climate for valuations and exits in the HCM industry?
– How has it recently changed and what is the impact on buyers and sellers?
– How are businesses actually valued?
– What is the process for selling your HCM business?
– What is the best way to value your business?
– When is the right time to sell?
– How to set the foundation today for long-term exit strategies?
To register for the free webinar, go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/848201312. Following the Webinar, registered attendees will receive a complementary white paper for download.
As the Managing Partner of Briggs Capital for more than a decade, Rod has focused on maximizing value for sellers through a variety of innovative exit strategies. Rod enjoys positioning sellers to receive the maximum valuation for their companies in a creative fashion that often goes well beyond the seller’s expectations. Rod Robertson brings over 20 years of transaction experience and entrepreneurial accomplishments to Briggs Capital
Ms. Steinlauf manages Briggs New York office and is an experienced consultant, entrepreneur, and business leader whose expertise has been used to successfully formulate and implement corporate business strategies for maximum market valuation. Ellen currently works with Private Equity firms, CEOs and Boards in the Business Services & Technology sectors and has deep experience within the sub-industry of Human Capital Management. In her role at Briggs, she represents industry players as an intermediary in Merger and Acquisition transactions, including raising growth capital and searching for funding as part of the growth strategy.
About Briggs Capital
Briggs Capital is a mergers & acquisition advisory firm providing value creation and specializing in low- to mid-market size companies in technology, business services and manufacturing sectors. With over $500 million in equity disbursement capabilities, Briggs Capital offers funding opportunities and lucrative exit strategies for companies at virtually every stage throughout their life cycle across a broad range of industry sectors. The company maintains offices in Boston, New York and Panama.
HRmarketer.com is a product of Fisher Vista LLC, a marketing software and services firm focusing exclusively on the human capital market. HRmarketer provides human capital businesses with the tools and resources they need to manage and execute stellar marketing and PR strategies that increase visibility, grow business and provide ROI. HRmarketer’s suite of resources includes SaaS based marketing software, rich informational databases and HR specific advertising channels. Since 2000, the company has worked with nearly 1,000 human resource and healthcare providers, helping them generate publicity, website traffic, sales leads and improved SEO.
Ellen M. Steinlauf
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