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Buying vs. building businesses: Roundtable on small business acquisition with Eyal Toledano, Mudit Rawat, and Curtis Kline

Sep 8, 2021
7:00 pm
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Sep 8, 2021
7:00 pm
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Small business acquisition has become a topic of interest for many Propel members. We've invited a roster of speakers that can speak to business acquisition from various lenses: SaaS, supply chain, and consumer goods.
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Small business acquisition has become a topic of interest for many Propel members. We've invited a roster of speakers that can speak to business acquisition from various lenses: SaaS, supply chain, and consumer goods.

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Mudit leads Planet Corp's M&A practice and also works closely on helping the acquired companies' leadership teams hit their corporate objectives. They focus on AI, 5G, block chain, and digital transformation companies.

Mudit is known in the Canadian tech industry as the founder of Urbery, Canada's first on-demand grocery and alcohol delivery platform. His second startup, Nexus Commerce, focused on enabling D2C eCommerce channels for large CPG brands like Nestlé and Unilever, was acquired in 2019 by a US-based supply-chain consulting firm (Tompkins International).

Eyal is the founder of MicroAngel, a small angel fund that buys and grows micro-SaaS products for freedom & profit. He's currently operating two companies: Reconcile.ly (Automatic Shopify order & payout reconciliation with Xero) and Postcode Shipping (sophisticated shipping rates & rules engine for worldwide Shopify merchants).

Eyal grows companies of all stages by accelerating the search for product/market fit and building growth systems that acquire more leads, generate more customers, improve margins and increase buying frequency.

Curtis is a 3x business acquirer. His first acquisition was for family's manufacturing company. They bought two machine shops that were key suppliers to them because they needed their capacity and offered to buy them out. He then sold his family business for $11M. He also bought a bike company in 2016 using BizBuySell. In 2019, he sold it as an asset agreement.

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Buying vs. building businesses: Roundtable on small business acquisition with Eyal Toledano, Mudit Rawat, and Curtis Kline

Sep 8, 2021
7:00 pm
EDT
Sep 8, 2021
7:00 pm
EDT
Small business acquisition has become a topic of interest for many Propel members. We've invited a roster of speakers that can speak to business acquisition from various lenses: SaaS, supply chain, and consumer goods.
RSVP NowAdd to Calendar
This event has passed.
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Small business acquisition has become a topic of interest for many Propel members. We've invited a roster of speakers that can speak to business acquisition from various lenses: SaaS, supply chain, and consumer goods.

Speakers:

Mudit leads Planet Corp's M&A practice and also works closely on helping the acquired companies' leadership teams hit their corporate objectives. They focus on AI, 5G, block chain, and digital transformation companies.

Mudit is known in the Canadian tech industry as the founder of Urbery, Canada's first on-demand grocery and alcohol delivery platform. His second startup, Nexus Commerce, focused on enabling D2C eCommerce channels for large CPG brands like Nestlé and Unilever, was acquired in 2019 by a US-based supply-chain consulting firm (Tompkins International).

Eyal is the founder of MicroAngel, a small angel fund that buys and grows micro-SaaS products for freedom & profit. He's currently operating two companies: Reconcile.ly (Automatic Shopify order & payout reconciliation with Xero) and Postcode Shipping (sophisticated shipping rates & rules engine for worldwide Shopify merchants).

Eyal grows companies of all stages by accelerating the search for product/market fit and building growth systems that acquire more leads, generate more customers, improve margins and increase buying frequency.

Curtis is a 3x business acquirer. His first acquisition was for family's manufacturing company. They bought two machine shops that were key suppliers to them because they needed their capacity and offered to buy them out. He then sold his family business for $11M. He also bought a bike company in 2016 using BizBuySell. In 2019, he sold it as an asset agreement.

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