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WEBINAR REPLAY

Communicating Valuation: Tools, Tips and Examples

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This replay was recorded on February 28, 2017.

About This Meeting

In many companies, the valuation process is a black box—failure to understand valuation blocks the line of site between employees' day-to-day activity and the value of their ESOP accounts. In order to tap the power of their ESOPs, companies need people to have a basic understanding of how valuation works and what aspects of the value employees can affect.

We will talk about tools and techniques to communicate effectively about valuation in your own company, including actual examples of ways that some companies communicate about valuation to your work force. This session is appropriate for people for people who will be doing their company's internal valuation communication.

You will learn:

Program

Craig Olinger
ESI

Presenters

Craig Olinger

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Enterprise Services, Inc.

Craig is a managing partner at ESI, a firm focused on providing consulting services for private business with a specific concentration on ESOPs, management buyouts, business valuations, stock option and synthetic equity plans, and fairness opinions. Craig specializes in working with business owners and advisors on ESOP valuations and possesses an impressive range of management experience encompassing financial planning, strategic management, and business administration. His numerous years in the service industry extend across such disciplines as sales, analysis, and customer relations.