THE M&A READY EVENT FOR TECH ENTREPRENEURS

In technology, mergers and acquisitions are a regular occurrence and can be a path to growth. Every tech company needs to be “M&A Ready”. Learn from the biggest exit success stories, the multiple exit stories, and connect with the players that made them happen.

TechExit NOW is the virtual version of Canada’s only event for technology industry players who want to understand the details of M&A strategies for technology companies. Our remote conference promises relevant, tangible strategies for navigating the new world of M&A during a recession or downturn and preparing your company for a comeback. This event is not just for tech companies looking to exit in the near term – it is about being “M&A ready” from day one.

  • How will COVID affect the valuation of my business?
  • What does M&A look like in 2021?
  • Are buyers still buying?

Learn from experts, network with industry peers and connect with the top minds in M&A all from the comfort of your own home.

Conference MC

robert antoniades

Co-Founder & General Partner
Information Venture Partners

Robert Antoniades co-founded Information Venture Partners in 2014. Robert has led investments in and currently serves on the Boards of Thoughtexchange, Procurify, YayPay, Flybits, PostBeyond and Q4. Prior boards include Adaptive Insights (acquired by Workday), Placemark Investments (acquired by Envestnet), Varicent (acquired by IBM), ITM Software (acquired by BMC), Igloo Software and Verafin Software, among others.  Robert is interested in finding the disruptive ideas and entrepreneurs that believe new or better information is foundational to businesses. Read full bio >>   

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What past attendees say

What a fantastic virtual conference! Everyone was quite welcoming and engaging. The speakers and the sessions were varied and interesting.

It was so much easier to engage and focus during this virtual conference than any other in person conference I have attended. 

This was probably the best conference I've attended in the past few years. It offered both big picture ideas and practical tactics.

Even though it's all virtual, it was completely engaging - the speakers and content really made me think and reflect on things.

The organizers really get it!

Let's make the most of our new virtual world instead of lamenting the loss of the physical.

Things can still be fun and innovative and this virtual event has made that clear!