A Letter from the Chairman of InterGrowth 2018
InterGrowth has played an important role in my career by providing me with the opportunity to network with high-level attendees, as well as deepening my professional relationships year after year. The organized networking events, including ACG Capital Connection, ACG DealSource and the InterGrowth Lounge, are just some of the highlights. With more than 2,000 top M&A professionals focused on gaining access to deal flow and business opportunities in attendance, our event in San Diego this May is not to be missed.
“With more than 2,000 top M&A professionals focused on gaining
access to deal flow and business opportunities in attendance, our
event in San Diego this May is not to be missed.”
The highly flexible conference schedule will allow you to create a customized event experience that fits your business needs. Below are just a few examples:
- InterGrowth Lounge: This dynamic and high-energy meeting place provides a central location to hold one-on-one meetings, visit with partners and generally network. With a comfortable, easy layout and abundant seating, as well as refreshments, there are very few reasons to leave the room.
- Education: InterGrowth offers many different types of educational experiences, including our keynote speaker Jeff Immelt, who promises to be both engaging and informative. The format of the programming is designed to provide insight on market trends by industry thought leaders.
- Networking: From ACG Capital Connection to the closing party poolside at the Tequila Bar, the networking is guaranteed to be invaluable for the duration of your time with us in San Diego.
On behalf of the entire InterGrowth 2018 steering committee, ACG’s board of directors and all of the partners, I look forward to seeing you at InterGrowth on May 2-4 in San Diego.
Chris Hebble is a managing director in Houlihan Lokey’s Capital Markets Group. His emphasis is on raising both debt and equity capital for refinancing, acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, growth capital initiatives, and restructurings