Vandeventer Black Hosted Mid-Atlantic Capital Sources Forum
Vandeventer Black hosted their second annual Mid-Atlantic Capital Sources Forum on Nov. 6 at Slover Library in Downtown Norfolk. Sponsored by 504 Capital Corporation, Virginia Community Capital, Legacy Business Advisors, Cherry Bekaert and Old Dominion University Strome College of Business, the MACS Forum provided an opportunity for business owners, private investors and professionals to gain insight on various types of capital sources available in the marketplace to grow their companies.
The MACS Forum featured a panel of speakers that shared their knowledge on topics including the current business and financial climate; how and when to sell your company; non-traditional lending; valuation of a company; considering taxes when selling your company; and government-sponsored enterprise reform.
Michael L. Sterling of Vandeventer Black presented the Vandeventer Black Award for Excellence in Business Strategy to Tracy Gregorio of G2 Ops, Inc.
Chris Topping of 504 Capital Corporation was the moderator for the MACS Forum. Vandeventer Black Managing Partner Michael L. Sterling presented the Vandeventer Black Award for Excellence in Business Strategy to Tracy Gregorio, president of G2 Ops, Inc., for her innovative business thinking and successful execution.