Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley and Upstate Capital Association of New York are partnering to present a keynote and panel discussion on business perpetuation and succession planning, June 13th
at Buttermilk Falls in Milton. The event will feature a keynote address by Eric Allyn, 4th generation owner of Welch Allyn, a renowned global medical device manufacturer. A panel conversation will follow including Tomás Durán of Concerned Capital, Alvina H. Lo of Wilmington Trust and Nick Preddice of Affinity Group, LLC.
“Upstate Capital is pleased to be bringing industry leaders together to discuss the vital considerations, challenges and opportunities of perpetuation and succession planning. In our work to increase access to capital across the region, this event will provide valuable insights into this timely topic,” said Noa Simons, Executive Director of Upstate Capital.
“We understand that family-owned businesses are the cornerstone of our local economy,” said March Gallagher, President & CEO of the Community Foundations. “Keeping business ownership here in our community is an investment in the financial and charitable interests of our shared future.”
Following the proceedings, participants will have the opportunity to network with fellow business leaders, investors and professional advisors. The event will take place June 13th
from 2:00 – 6:00 pm, at Buttermilk Falls in Milton, NY. Registration is required and available online at: http://bit.ly/hvsuccession