How To Maximize the Selling Price of Your Technology Company
Virtual or fully-remote companies have significant financial advantages over conventional bricks-and-mortar companies.
With no facilities cost, they are less-expensive to run and are more profitable. They can hire the best employees world wide at less cost because there are no geographic restrictions with fully-remote companies. With stronger teams and agile operations, they grow faster with much less needed for financing. Consequently, they are valued more.
Join Graphite & David Rowat of Strategic Exits to learn the nitty gritty of why virtual companies sell for more money and their founders keep more of the proceeds.
11:00 AM – 11:05 AM EST (CHECK-IN & WELCOME NOTE)
11:05 AM – 11:10 AM EST (GRAPHITE INTRODUCTION)
11:10 AM – 12:00 PM EST (WHY REMOTE COMPANIES SELL FOR MORE & GENERATE MORE WEALTH FOR FOUNDERS)
David W. Rowat has served variously as Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer to over 70 companies in the high technology industry in the past 35 years. He has a broad functional background with a specialty in operations, financial controls, finance, strategic planning and Board governance.
Currently, he is engaged part-time at Strategic Exits Corp, a boutique M&A advisor acting solely to advise founders and CEOs on structuring the optimum exit transaction for their technology companies.
David Rowat has developed a thought leadership position demonstrating why virtual companies sell for more and their founders retain more of the proceeds. We has co-authored a case study for the Harvard Business School in late 2020.