Have you ever wondered what a very successful investor is thinking now?
The Center for Free Enterprise invites you to find out at our next event.
Eric Bacon, Co-President and Senior Managing Director of Linsalata Capital Partners, will share his approach towards today’s markets. You will also have the opportunity to meet other investors, business owners, senior managers and professionals who have similar interests to your own.
Join us on Friday, November 18th at the Cleveland Racquet Club.
Check in and breakfast starts at 730a, Panel starts at 750a.
This event is complimentary.
Our first seven events all reached capacity attendance, so make sure you RSVP to this 8th meeting as soon as possible!
About Eric Bacon:
Mr. Bacon shares responsibility with Steve Perry to manage the day-to-day activities of the firm and he takes the lead for the firm’s marketing and deal origination efforts. He is an active deal partner, serving as Chairman of Manhattan Beachwear Holding Company, RANDYS Worldwide Automotive and Signature Systems Group, and is a director of EMPG Holding Company and Hospitality Mints Holding Company.
Mr. Bacon originally joined Linsalata Capital Partners in 1990. Following the firm’s acquisition of Care-Free Windows in 1992, he left the firm to be appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of Care-Free in 1993, where he successfully executed a build-up strategy in the vinyl window industry and an exit to a strategic buyer in 1998. While in the window industry, Mr. Bacon was active in the American Architectural Manufacturers’ Association. Mr. Bacon then returned to Cleveland and Linsalata Capital Partners.
Before his time with Linsalata Capital Partners, Mr. Bacon was a consultant with McKinsey & Company, working in the firm’s operations, organization, energy and leadership practices in both the United States and Europe. Mr. Bacon started his career in a progression of operating positions with Allied-Signal (formerly Bendix Automotive) in South Bend, Indiana.
Friday, November 18
Cleveland Racquet Club
29825 Chagrin Boulevard
Pepper Pike, Ohio
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
Pre registered guests only, please, due to space limitations.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Do I need to print and bring my paper event ticket?
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact David Brown at email@example.com or 216-245-7879.
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