November 30, 2017Time
7:30AM - 11:00AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)Location
The Pacific Club
4110 MacArthur Boulevard
Newport Beach, CA 92660
CPE Credits: 3
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Hosted by The CFO AllianceCost: Free
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Build, Buy or Borrow? Driving Growth through Assets, Acquisitions & Alliance
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Our Q4 Roundtable will focus on alternative paths to growth and analyze the opportunities and challenges associated with each. These growth strategies can be viable, but clear advantages emerge given your specific timeline and ROI scenarios. Please join us to explore the options and opportunities most relevant to your business and achieving your 2018 corporate growth objectives.
Build/Assets: Includes driving organic growth from existing products and services, product innovation, growing existing customer relationships, sales/marketing investments, organic geographic expansion.
Buy/Acquire: Growth through M&A activities, buying competitive/complementary product lines and businesses.
Borrow/Alliance: JVs, strategic partnerships, co-branding and co-development.
Johnna Grant, CFO Platnium Storeage
CFO Alliance Global Advisory Board Member, Johnna Grant and her team will discuss lessons learned from growing their storage building. They will discuss the challenges of expansion into other states, struggles with manging remote work crews and the ever changing regulatory landscape.
Platinum Storage Group, currently ranked as the 8th Top Operator by the Mini Storage Messenger, is an owner-operator of 50 self-storage facilities nationwide. Established in 1999, by Skip Elefante, a 28 year veteran of the self-storage industry, Platinum delivers turnkey property management solutions to owners and provides solid investment opportunities to its equity partners. At the core of Platinum's culture is Skip's belief that every facility should be operated as if it were his own. It is this principle that has driven Platinum to continually assess and adapt its operations to reduce costs, drive sales, and achieve superior results on a reasonable budget.
This event is part of the CFO Discussion: Growth Strategies Discussion. Join the discussion today and share your voice.