MSP Mergers and Acquisitions Workshop to be Featured at Navigate 2016

Posted August 31, 2016by Ben Barker


Mitch Morgan and Chris Ryne of Growth Achievement Partners (GAP), along with Mike Dudek, Owner and CPA of Zygoquest Group and Rich Wisniewski, Vice President of Zygoquest Group, will be offering a pre-conference workshop titled, “MSP Mergers and Acquisitions – 3 Vital Topics,” at Navigate 2016, Continuum's third annual user conference, taking place on Wednesday, September 28 – Friday, September 30, 2016 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston.

The 4-hour workshop is for serious owners and management teams seeking to create value and includes invaluable M&A, financial/operational practices, benchmarks and valuation insight.

“When attendees walk away from our session, they will be able to immediately implement some practices that will improve their business operations, make them more profitable, help them grow and ultimately increase the value of their business,” said Mitch Morgan. “We have had the great opportunity to attend the other Navigate conferences – they have gotten better each year. There is a dual benefit to the MSP – you get to collaborate with a group of peers who are at the same place and time, and there’s tremendous value with regard to the content provided by very high quality speakers.”

Continuum and GAP have worked together in the past, co-authoring “Managed IT Services Business Model Report,” which outlines how office equipment dealers can achieve operational efficiencies, improve margins and deliver best-in-class support with managed IT services. Z-GAP Managed Services Business Model 2.0 is being made available to Continuum Partners at Navigate 2016.

Check out the video above to hear Mitch Morgan discuss the workshop.

To view a video on Mike Dudek discussing the session as well, go to: 


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