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Negative Vibes Rattle
So Where Can Investors Find Opportunities??
Private Equity Investing
Glenn B. Kaufman
D Cubed Group LLC
Thursday, September 22, 2016
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
INSIGHTS FROM 20 EXPERT SPEAKERS!
Jeffrey R. Ackerman, Headwaters MB LLC
Jonathan H. Borell, Sun Capital Partners Inc.
Jeffrey Brock, Hargett Hunter Capital Partners
Mark L. Bromberg, Apex Restaurant Group LP
Nathan Chandrasekaran, TZP Group LLC
Alexander K. Chefetz, BTIG LLC
Benjamin D. Fishman, Arlon Group LLC
Amy V. Forrestal, Brookwood Associates LLC
Brian D. Frank, Texas Capital Bank NA
Robert Giaimo, Silver Diner Development LLC
Murray C. Huneke, Stifel
Mark A. Leavitt, Union Square Hospitality Group
Sarah E. Lockyer, Nation's Restaurant News
Gary Occhiogrosso, TruFoods LLC
Carl A. Pforzheimer, Barteca Restaurants LLC
Carlos L. Sanchez, Piper Jaffray & Co.
Andrew L. Stern, Aurify Brands LLC
Ty Sullivan, S. T. Management Group Inc.
Matthew J. Tucker, Olo
Matt Womble, EverWatch Capital
Raymond J. Zale, Anton & Chia LLP
Over the past ten years, the market place for acquisitions in the $650 billion restaurant industry has maintained its attraction for middle-market private equity investors.
But the most savvy firms are getting more and more discriminating amid concern that good times in the crowded space might be rolling a bit too long. They’re being pickier about paying top prices, which have been as high as 15 times adjusted EBITDA.
Trends in dining habits, technology, new entrants, a shift in the consumer base and consumer expectations, and the influence of non-restaurant players are all impacting the industry … and will continue to impact it for the years to come.
The market ranges from pizza stands and taco chains to casual sit-down restaurants and up. Investors from private-equity firms to strategics are on the lookout for promising targets and emerging concepts. To mention just a few --
Non-chain restaurant groups like Lettuce Entertain You and Cameron Mitchell Restaurants succeed by developing multiple concepts. And high-tech entrepreneurs and their backers are busy at the periphery of the market -- UberEATS, an extension of the platform that connects rides and riders, offers on-demand delivery from restaurants.
Our conference chairman, Glenn B. Kaufman of D Cubed Group LLC, and 20 other speakers will address such granular questions as --
Understanding how to identify winners requires a broader set of thought processes then simply looking at historical performance.
Whether you're a veteran restaurant investor or mulling your first foray, you'll greatly benefit from the insights and information at The Capital Roundtable’s conference on “Private Equity Investing in Restaurant Companies,” being held in a private midtown club in New York City on Thursday, September 22.
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Here Are Three Key Reasons Why You Should Join Us
Chairing the conference is D Cubed Group founder Glenn Kaufman. D Cubed is a private-market investment firm with a long-term, commercially oriented approach to investing and supporting the growth of companies.
In addition to leading the firm, Glenn heads D Cubed’s efforts in the foodservice industry – an area where he has focused for almost two decades. Glenn also sits on the board of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and serves as the chairman of its finance committee.
Before forming D Cubed, Glenn was a managing director at American Securities Capital Partners, a prominent high-net-worth-oriented private equity firm, where he spent over a decade and participated in its growth from the time of its first fund through its fifth fund.
At American Securities he was heavily involved with investments in El Pollo Loco restaurant chain and Potbelly Sandwich Works – each of which is now a public company.
Glenn’s experience includes 25 years of private-market investing as well as commercial and management roles. He has served in interim CEO and operational leadership roles of several companies. Earlier, he was an attorney at Cravath Swaine & Moore, where he concentrated on private-equity transactions, and worked in the small-business consulting group of Price Waterhouse. He is graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School.
Three More Reasons Why You Should Join Us
Recent Middle-Market Restaurant Deals
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We look forward to having you join us on Thursday, September 22.
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This Capital Roundtable conference in midtown, New York City, is all-business, all-targeted, all-designed to be a completely focused day of practical information and revealing insights about restaurants companies. You’ll gain valuable insights from --
Glenn B. Kaufman, Managing Director, D Cubed Group LLC
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