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Best Middlemarket podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Middlemarket podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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It’s about inspiring middle market CEOs and other c-suite leaders and business owners to take a leadership leap and open a new chapter of growth for their middle-market companies. We know that by learning from the failures, Ah-ha! moments, and successes of others, middle market business leaders can take inspired action.
 
Middle Market Growth Conversations feature in-depth #interviews about trends impacting midsize companies and M&A. Guests include CEOs, #economists, private equity #investors and other influencers who discuss what they’re seeing in the market. Interviews address topics such as industries experiencing disruption, public policy, operational strategies, #macroeconomic #trends, financing and more. The podcast is part of Middle Market Growth, the Association for Corporate Growth’s official publica ...
 
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Jennifer Fondrevay, founder and chief humanity officer of Day1 Ready, describes her research into why so many mergers and acquisitions fail, and how acquirers and investors can address workforce considerations earlier in the M&A process.Fondrevay has interviewed a number of C-level leaders, HR professionals and PE investors, and she's written on th…
 
This week's episode features Chris Voss, the FBI's former lead international hostage negotiator and CEO of The Black Swan Group, which advises Fortune 500 companies on performing complex negotiations.Voss addressed the key elements that all negotiations share, from a middle-market M&A transaction to a high-stakes hostage crisis. He also suggested s…
 
During the Toronto ACG Capital Connection, Middle Market Growth sat down with Elmer Kim, who has spent more than 25 years working with family offices. He currently serves as chief investment officer for the Hyatt Bangia Family Office. In this episode, Kim describes how he works with families to craft their investment strategy. He also spoke about h…
 
Kevin Depew, deputy chief economist and industry eminence program leader for RSM US LLP, spoke with Middle Market Growth about recent trade developments and the underlying issues impacting U.S. economic growth.The U.S. recently agreed to a "phase one" trade deal with China and signed the USMCA with Canada and Mexico to replace the North American Fr…
 
Jim Owen, a managing director and head of engineering and construction in Stout’s Investment Banking group, recently sat down with Middle Market Growth to discuss industry trends. Owen outlined three primary areas driving interest from buyers in the construction and engineering space: aging infrastructure, demand for resilient construction that can…
 
During the Association for Corporate Growth's Strategic Acquirer Summit, Middle Market Growth sat down with two corporate development leads to talk about their roles and how they approach M&A.The first interview explores corporate development in the tech space and features Kate Anissimov, who recently joined Google, having previously worked in corp…
 
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is trying to repair his reputation after two suspensions that cost him valuable sponsorship endorsements and hurt his chances of qualifying for what would be his fifth Olympic games in 2020.To try to fix the damage, the 35-year-old swimmer signed on to CNBC's "Back in the Game," in which former baseball player Alex Rodri…
 
During the Toronto ACG Capital Connection conference, Middle Market Growth sat down with leaders from two technology-focused growth equity firms. The first interview in this episode features Scottie Wardell, managing partner and co-founder of Integrity Growth Partners, a firm based outside of Los Angeles that invests in software and tech-enabled se…
 
Kal Beidas, former president and CEO and current board member of Aetna Bearing Company, spoke with Middle Market Growth on the sidelines of the Great Lakes ACG Capital Connection in Detroit to discuss the impact of tariffs on midsize manufacturers and how trade developments are reshaping due diligence.Aetna, a bearing manufacturer based in Livonia,…
 
Dug Song is vice president and general manager of Duo Security, which he founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2010 and sold to Cisco last year for $2.3 billion. He sat down with Middle Market Growth on the sidelines of the Great Lakes ACG Capital Connection in Detroit to talk about the origins of Duo, why he decided to sell it to Cisco, and how the c…
 
Kevin Depew, RSM's deputy chief economist and industry eminence program leader, spoke with Middle Market Growth about RSM's Q3 U.S. Middle Market Business Index. The index, which slipped to 129.4 from 132.3 in the third quarter, reflected a decline in confidence among middle-market executives from the previous period.Depew notes that although any r…
 
Andrew McCabe, former acting director of the FBI, spoke with Middle Market Growth about the mounting threats posed to the public and private sectors by state-supported hackers. McCabe chronicles much of his time with the FBI in his new book, "The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump." He spent 22 years with the bureau…
 
Jessica Robinson, co-founder of the Detroit Mobility Lab and president and executive director of the Michigan Mobility Institute, sat down with MMG on the sidelines of last week's Great Lakes ACG Capital Connection in Detroit to talk about training the engineering workforce of the future.In Robinson's definition, mobility encompasses the transporta…
 
Tom Turmell, founder and managing director of TMT Capital Partners, spoke with Middle Market Growth about how health care entrepreneurs are looking to grow their businesses, and the common questions he hears about private equity, which continues to show strong interest in acquiring physician practices. In addition to his role at TMT, Turmell delive…
 
On the sidelines of ACG Denver's Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth conference, Middle Market Growth sat down with two corporate leaders from Colorado: Karla Nugent, founder and chief business development officer for Weifield Group, an electrical contractor; and Stuart Smith, CEO of Buehler Companies, a moving, logistics and storage company.In this ep…
 
Christopher Gavigan is co-founder and chief purpose officer for The Honest Company, the baby, home and beauty products company he started in 2012 with actress Jessica Alba. On the podcast, Gavigan discussed his experience running a wellness brand, including building trust with customers, recovering from product recalls and reputation challenges, an…
 
Martin Okner, president and chief operating officer of dpHUE, sat down with MMG during the Association for Corporate Growth's InterGrowth conference to talk about the evolution of the beauty industry and how dpHUE's robust digital strategy is helping the company compete in today's market. Okner, who will step into the role of ACG Global board chair…
 
The Association for Corporate Growth's membership includes roughly as many corporate members as private equity, and a number of them are involved in the function of corporate development. As part of its efforts to help corporate development officers build their networks and share best practices, ACG will host its inaugural Strategic Acquirer Summit…
 
Kevin Depew, RSM's deputy chief economist and industry eminence program leader, spoke with MMG about the economic outlook for middle-market businesses and how they're responding to tariffs, technological change and a tight labor market.During an interview on June 19, Depew discussed recent developments in the United States' trade dispute with China…
 
Whit Matthews, senior investment director at Aberdeen Standard Investments, sat down with MMG on the sidelines of the Association for Corporate Growth's InterGrowth conference to talk about what his firm looks for when selecting GPs to work with and some of the common missteps he sees private equity firms make during succession planning. During the…
 
PitchBook's director of research and analysis, Nizar Tarhuni, spoke with MMG on the sidelines of the Association for Corporate Growth's InterGrowth conference about emerging areas for private equity investment. Although opportunity zones have garnered attention for their tax benefits and economic development goals, Tarhuni doesn't expect to see wid…
 
Today, SoulCycle is a well-known fitness brand with indoor cycling studios across the country. But back in 2006, the first SoulCycle opened in a former dance studio off of a rear lobby in New York City, a location that the company's co-founders, Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, found on Craigslist. On this episode of Middle Market Growth Conversati…
 
Adam Boscoe, director of corporate development for Trimble, spoke with MMG about his company's M&A strategy, including what makes a target attractive, how Trimble's corporate development team is structured, and the types of deals he likes to see from investment bankers.Trimble is a 40-year-old public company that provides advanced positioning solut…
 
Pauline Brown, the former chairman of North America for LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, reflects on her experience overseeing LVMH's portfolio of luxury brands in the company's largest market, and she offers insight into how high-end brands are faring in the changing retail landscape. After leaving LVMH in 2015, Brown joined the faculty of Harvar…
 
Working for a private equity-backed business isn't for everybody. According to Bob Ryan, a partner at Shields Meneley Partners, only 1 in 5 professionals he works with in his firm's executive transition program is a fit for a leadership role at a PE portfolio company.In this episode of the podcast, Ryan and Keith Goudy, managing partner at Vantage …
 
At a recent ACG event in Detroit focused on cross-border trade, Middle Market Growth sat down with leaders from ACG's Detroit, Western Michigan and Toronto chapters. They weighed in on how issues like tariffs and NAFTA renegotiation are impacting middle-market companies, and whether legalization of cannabis presents an investment opportunity for AC…
 
Joseph Comartin, Canada’s consul general in Detroit and a former member of Parliament, spoke with MMG on the sidelines of the recent Cross-Border Connections conference hosted by ACG’s Detroit, Toronto and Western Michigan chapters. He discussed the trade relationship between the U.S. and Canada, the impact of the steel and aluminum tariffs, and a …
 
Lower middle-market companies are increasingly attracting interest from private equity buyers. To hear what it takes to successfully partner with these businesses, MMG sat down with Matt Petrucci, a partner with Plante Moran’s transaction advisory services team, and Brett Holcomb, a principal with private equity firm Prospect Partners.Check out Par…
 
In Part 2 of our interview with Matt Petrucci, a partner with Plante Moran’s transaction advisory services team, and Brett Holcomb, a principal with private equity firm Prospect Partners, the two discuss the role PE firms play in helping a company preserve its culture. They also describe the most innovative business models they’ve come across and t…
 
Joe Brusuelas, chief economist for RSM, speaks with MMG's editor-in-chief about what U.S. middle-market managers should be watching as the economy slows and risk factors mount, notably the trade dispute with China. He weighs in on the likelihood of a 2019 recession in the U.S., the impact of the Fed's decision to pause its rate hikes, and how to pl…
 
Mark Heimbouch, president and chief operating officer of Worldpay, speaks with MMG’s editor-in-chief a year after Cincinnati-based Vantiv acquired Worldpay Group, based in London, in one of the largest transactions in the payment processing industry in the last several years. Heimbouch discusses how the deal came about and the post-close integratio…
 
Registration for ACG's annual InterGrowth conference is now open, so MMG sat down with two veteran attendees to hear about what first attracted them to the middle-market dealmaking event, how they maximize their time there, and InterGrowth's impact on their careers.Ramsey Goodrich, managing partner at Carter Morse & Goodrich, and Karin Kovacic, man…
 
This week's episode features Adrianna Czornyj, a partner with Persistence Capital Partners, the only private equity firm in Canada focused exclusively on health care investing.Czornyj addressed the question she's asked most frequently: How do you invest in health care in a country with a public health care system?She also spoke about the types of i…
 
In the wake of a big government contract win, IT consulting organizations frequently savor the luster of being awarded plus-sized opportunities that can validate a firm's leading edge solutions. However, pursuing government "big game" contracts - can lead consulting organizations to very often set priorities according to the ebb and flow of the gov…
 
This week's episode features Chris Voss, the FBI's former lead international hostage negotiator and CEO of The Black Swan Group, which advises Fortune 500 companies on performing complex negotiations. He addressed the key elements that all negotiations share, from a middle-market M&A transaction to a high-stakes hostage crisis. He also suggested st…
 
Two technology experts sat down with MMG Editor Kathryn Mulligan at the Toronto ACG Capital Connection conference to discuss innovation in artificial intelligence and fintech. The first half of the episode features an interview with Shelby Austin, managing partner at Omnia AI at Deloitte Canada, who discusses middle-market companies’ adoption of ar…
 
Frank McGrew, managing partner at McNally Capital, returned to the podcast to discuss new guidance from the U.S. Treasury Department for investing in opportunity zones, including how to file, the time period in which investments must be made, and stipulations for investing in operating businesses.The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created the opportuni…
 
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