Raising strategic capital to fuel your organization’s growth
Presented By: U.S. Bank / Clark Schaefer Hackett
A roundtable of entrepreneurs and experts discuss best practices on raising strategic capital, including how to identify when your organization needs capital, how much to seek, where to find strategic partners, and how to effectively deploy it.
Shareholder, Transaction Advisory Services, Private Equity Industry Group
Clark Schaefer Hackett
Scott is a trusted adviser to clients planning to buy or sell a business across a wide variety of industries. He has led teams that have contributed to well over 100 successful transactions. Scott is skilled in guiding private equity and corporate clients on acquisition and divestiture activity, including due diligence, integration planning and implementation, transaction structuring, valuation, and divestiture planning and preparation.
Central Ohio Regional President
Steve has led the region as U.S. Bank’s senior executive since 2016. He has more than 27 years of experience in banking. As head of U.S. Bank’s Commercial Banking Group in the greater Columbus area, Steve focuses on helping middle-market clients work toward their goals and meet their financial and operational needs. In addition, he leads the local U.S. Bank Foundation.
CO-founder, CEO & Community Orchestrator
COhatch was born out of Matt’s desire to merge his business energy and talent with his calling to help the least, the last and the lost. He develops innovative brands and business models that also sustainably support the community. Previously, he was vice president of Business Excellence for Velocys, ran a large business unit for Parker Hannifin, designed and implemented new manufacturing plants for Honda and was a consultant for Arthur Andersen.
Founder & CEO
C. Krueger’s Finest Baked Goods
Cheryl started from scratch in 1981 with a single cookie store, growing her company into a $50 million corporation. She divides her time between running her company and giving back. Serving on countless nonprofits, she raises money and has started initiatives for the military, public schools, food banks and Appalachian families in need. She serves on dozens of boards, chairs numerous committees and leads discussions and lectures on women-focused leadership.
Brock is founder and CEO of Prescribe FIT, which builds tech solutions to improve lifestyle health and fight chronic disease. Previously, he founded a marketing and interactive advertising agency, then set out to change the home care and home health industry by hiring the right staff and making patient care the No. 1 focus. He also built a multilocation career college for adults seeking education in one of several Allied Health fields.