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For Middle-Market Private Equity Investors
& Mezzanine Lenders
PE Investing in Education Companies
How to Differentiate Your Strategy
To Be Successful in This White-Hot Sector
Attendance Is Limited!
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Bruce A. Eatroff, Partner
Featuring 20 Expert Speakers Including --
Thursday, January 14, 2010
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Designed to Meet the Needs of GPs, LPs, & Managers of Buyout, Growth Equity,
While many private equity sectors lie flat with virtually no activity, education continues to grow by leaps and bounds. As the “jobless recovery” continues, people who are unemployed, underpaid, or seeking new jobs are turning to for-profit education providers to enhance job skills, prepare for new careers, or gain needed certification.
And while support for public education is a key tenet of the Obama administration, the reality is different from the hype. States such as California are seeing their budgets slashed to the bone, making it imperative they control costs through deployment of outside tools and services.
Taken together, these trends make for a huge growth opportunity, and it’s why the news from the sector has continually been positive over the past months. Just some recent examples include Princeton Review purchasing Penn Foster Education Group, TA Associates acquiring Vatterott College, and Corinthian Colleges buying Heald College -- with another dozen companies in various stages of transaction right now.
But this begs three big questions among market-savvy investors --
The answers are vital for everyone who invests in, follows or is affected by the education sector - most of all you. Which is why you should click here now to register for The Capital Roundtable’s second annual full-day MasterClass™ being held January 14 in New York City --
PE Investing in Education Companies --
How to Differentiate Your Strategy
To Be Successful in This White-Hot Sector
This is an exceptionally timely way to gain a total picture of the opportunities in 2010 for education companies. You’ll discover how you can best participate in the deal activity, what developments are on the horizon, and what you can do right now to make your current portfolio companies more competitive and profitable.
And here’s a quick lesson on the benefits of decisiveness -- you can sign up now and receive a $300 Early Bird Discount!
For-Profit Education is the Name of the Game.
Attitudes toward post-secondary education are undergoing a sea of change, where for-profit providers using the newest technologies and tools are no longer regarded as second fiddle. In high-demand areas such as nursing, allied health, IT networking and culinary arts, for-profit education has newfound credibility with employers and media opinion leaders -- and increasingly, the edge with student enrollment.
It’s why many not-for-profit educational institutions have folded, shuttered, and/or sold campuses, or in some cases converted to for-profit status. Working adults are looking for degrees and other credentials that provide a competitive edge in a tight job market, and they are weighing their choices of institution with an entirely new set of decision criteria.
At our initial 2009 Education MasterClass, every seat was filled with investors, lenders, and other professionals looking to be updated on this exciting area. And we expect our second full-day MasterClass™ on Thursday, January 14, 2010, to be no different. You’ll quickly get up to speed on where the demand is projected to be for the coming decade. Plus you’ll hear how both private and public investors currently view the industry and what steps you can take to reap the most benefit.
So if you’re a PE investor or mezz lender -- please register now.
The content of this MasterClass is fresh, timely, and unavailable anywhere else -- not in print, not online, only here. What’s more, it’s all live, candid, and open for discussion -- you’ll have plenty of time to network with our featured speakers, plus your fellow attendees, between panel presentations and over lunch. You can expect detailed answers to such real-world issues as --
You’ll also receive a thorough grounding on the State and Federal government regulations that can scuttle deals when ignored or improperly followed. The administration has recently overhauled the U.S. Department of Education to promote its pet initiatives, and it only makes good sense to align your plans with the public support available.
We’re pleased that your guide through this changing landscape will be one of today’s best-known PE education industry experts. Our chair for this MasterClass is Bruce A. Eatroff, partner at Halyard Capital in New York City. A frequent speaker at industry conferences and events, and a veteran of Wall Street dealmaking for more than twenty years, Bruce is exceptionally well-qualified to lead this MasterClass with his comprehensive knowledge, transaction experience, and good humor.
Turning the spotlight on PE’s most timely topics is what The Capital Roundtable’s MasterClasses are all about. We’re America’s leading conference organization for the middle-market private equity community, and our mission is to help you succeed in both good times and challenging times.
20 Prominent Specialists in Education Share Their Insights.
Along with Bruce, you’ll hear from 20 recognized experts including GPs, portfolio company operating executives, investment bankers, consultants and more. This full-day MasterClass is a unique opportunity to hear how investors are currently sourcing, executing, and exiting education deals -- as well as how portfolio company executives are adding value to their education holdings.
Seating for this MasterClass is limited, and will likely fill quickly, so we suggest that you make your plans now to avoid disappointment. Remember that the day’s agenda includes scheduled times for networking with your fellow attendees and our featured speakers -- helping you build relationships that will serve you well.
You should attend this MasterClass if you are a --
Remember, register with our Early Bird Discount by November 30, 2009 and you’ll save $300 off our standard fee! So make your reservation now while space is still available. We’ll be looking forward to greeting you.
For more information, please feel free to contact Dana DeMattia at 212-832-7333 ext. 102 or email@example.com.
This MasterClass is being produced by The Capital Roundtable, America’s leading conference organization focusing on “need-to-know” information for professionals in the middle-market private equity community. For more information about The Capital Roundtable’s 25 annual MasterClasses and other events and programs, please visit www.capitalroundtable.com.
The Capital Roundtable thanks The Parthenon Group for sponsoring this outstanding event. It’s due in great part to their support and collaboration that we have the resources to make this event so worthwhile for you.
You can pay by credit card (using the links above) or by check. Mail your check and business card to: New York Business Roundtable Inc., 12 East 44 Street, Penthouse, New York, NY 10017.
If the program is oversubscribed, we will notify you immediately and not charge your credit card. (If you need to cancel, please do so by Thursday, January 7, at 5:00pm, and we will credit you for a future MasterClass.)
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