June 10, 2021

Corporate Development Outlook: Benchmarks, Best Practices, and the New Normal

On-Demand Webinar

As we reach the half-way point of the year, how are corporate development teams navigating the return to the New Normal - and what does that look like for them?  What benchmarks, technology trends, and best practices should they be considering?  What key learnings have they incorporated from the global pandemic into their practice going forward?

In this on-demand webinar, hear directly from corporate development leaders themselves in our Q2 corporate development roundtable - the second in our quarterly series. Our top-notch panel of executives discussed:

  • Q2 market activity and outlook
  • M&A opportunities and technology trends
  • Exclusive research into M&A and Corporate Development benchmarks
  • Corporate Development Best Practices

Reminder - you can still submit questions and participate in polling in the replay!

Panelists

Byron Bardy

Vice President, Corporate Development & Strategic Alliances, On24

Scott Hile

Sr. Director, Corporate Strategy & Development, Enviva

Ivan Golubic

Managing Director, Gamma Corporate Development

Abby Roberts

Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Datasite (moderator)

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