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An investing, business podcast from (WFS) World Financial Symposiums

The TechExits podcast is for Tech CEOs, founders and leaders in software and IT. On this podcast we’ll discuss best practices around Tech M&A; major trends and shifts driving the market; and the trials, tribulations, and victories of those who have successfully exited their tech companies.

Guest speakers include CEOs who’ve sold, Tech M&A experts and advisors, buyers and investors, and tech luminaries.

TechExits is produced by the WFS: World Financial Symposiums. World Financial Symposiums is an international organization dedicated to educating technology leaders on the current tech and financial landscape, helping them build strategies for growth and eventual exit.

The WFS is sponsored by Corum Group, the Global Leader in Tech M&A. With the most senior dealmakers leading the most successful tech M&A process in history, Corum has sold more software and related technology companies than anyone.

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