September 26, 2021

Special Discount to Private Equity Investment in For Profit Education Conference in July!

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As a MarketDrivenEdu subscriber, you’re eligible to receive $400 off the standard registration rate for The Capital Roundtable’s full-day conference on “Private Equity Investing in For-Profit Education Companies.”

 

Coming up on Thursday, July 30, in midtown Manhattan, this year’s conference focuses on —

Bridging the Educator-Employer Disconnect

 

Chairing this conference is Lawrence Shagrin, managing partner at Millpond Equity Partners, a private equity firm that invests exclusively in the education, training, and outsourced services sectors. Larry also serves as a partner at Brockway Moran & Partners, a middle-market private equity firm with over $1 billion under management.

 

Lawrence and 20 other for-profit education experts will provide sound insights on how to take advantage of the significant marketplace activity beyond the post-secondary space.

 

As a MarketDrivenEdu subscriber, you qualify for a special ultra-low rate — $400 off!  To register just call Joanna Russell at 212-832-7300, ext. 0, or email her at jrussell@capitalroundtable.com.

 

Please be sure to reference MarketDrivenEdu and this email to qualify for this special rate. This rate is not available online.

 

Lawrence and the panelists will answer key questions such as these —

  • What new developments have taken place in the for-profit education world to bridge the gap between what educators deliver and what employers want?
  • What does the much-discussed acquisition of Lynda.com by LinkedIn portend for other subscription-based digital training companies?
  • How are education companies differentiating their services through catering to the demand for mobile learning?
  • What’s happening to the value in ROI of a traditional four-year degree, and what companies are taking the lead with employer and student-focused alternatives?
  • What are the major talent development needs among major employers, and which service providers offer the most help?
  • How important is it that corporate training providers go beyond content delivery to offer monitoring, tracking, and assessment?
  • In the K-12 space, how early are educators thinking about future career paths? How are they using partnerships to answer the need?
  • What are the key criteria that can help you judge a middle-market education company deal?
  • What are the most important things a firm has to get right when exiting an investment in the education space?
  • Where do new investors in education often make mistakes, and what are the truths that newcomers must learn?
  • What are the potential traps and pitfalls that can befall for-profit education investors, and how can they be avoided?

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