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"The New Normal: Too Much Money Chasing Too Few Deals" with Doug Tatum

May 8, 2018 at 12:00 pm

During this keynote, Doug Tatum will cover some of the insights derived from the latest data and research from The Business Dynamics Research Consortium, a public-private research institute devoted to the study of business performance and economic growth and operated as a research consortium at the University of Wisconsin. Doug was instrumental in the establishment of the Consortium and serves on its Board and as its Research Advisory Chairman.

Using data from the Consortium and concepts in his best-selling award-winning book, "No Man’s Land – Where Growing Companies Fail" (four National Best Business Book Awards), he will outline the new normal facing the private equity industry, entrepreneurs, and investment bankers in the United States today.

 

About the Speaker

Doug Tatum is Chairman of Newport Board Group, a national partnership of CEOs and senior executives who advise emerging middle market companies and assist private equity firms to invest in and grow portfolio companies.

Previously, Doug was Chairman and CEO of Tatum LLC, which grew into a highly respected national professional services firm with 30 offices and over 1000 professionals and employees.  The company was sold to Spherion in 2010.

Doug is the Managing Director of TIP Seed Fund LLC, a newly formed seed stage VC fund with investments and investment rights in a diversified portfolio of companies with unique and proprietary products in the consumer, high-tech, and nutraceutical to pharmaceutical marketplaces.

Doug is the author of "No Man's Land: Where Growing Companies Fail," a leading text about growth companies that has been translated into several languages and has won four National Best Business book awards.  His insights about the economy and business have been cited in hundreds of media outlets including Inc. Magazine, The Financial Times, and The New York Times online.