Oak Hill Business Partners: The Exit Planning Institute, Wisconsin chapter presents “Maximizing Enterprise Value” on May 10, 2022

Milwaukee, Wis. and Madison, Wis. – April 19, 2022 – The Wisconsin Chapter of The Exit
Planning Institute (EPI) hosts “Maximizing Enterprise Value” on May 10, 2022, 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. The event will be held at Westmoor Country Club, 400 S. Moorland Road, Brookfield, Wis., Johnson Bank, 5201 E. Terrace Drive, Madison, Wis., and via Zoom.

Guest speaker for the May chapter meeting is Jerry Jendusa who co-founded STUCK
Management, STUCK Fund 1, and STUCK Coaching to follow his passion of helping small
businesses grow by giving back to entrepreneurs. He does this by telling the story of how he grew his company, EMTEQ, from a basement start-up to an international $100M business and what lessons he learned along that journey.

Registration for the program is $25.00. To register:

Erik Owen, president of EPI Wisconsin, said, “We are excited to have Jerry Jendusa speak at our May event. Jerry started, grew, and sold a $100M+ aerospace company. He subsequently authored a book and formed a company that helps firms get Unstuck.”

Sponsors of the program are PNC Bank, I.A.G. Wealth Partners, Oak Hill Business Partners, Provenance Hill Consulting, LLC, Accel Advisory Group, Waypointe Private Capital, and Murphy Associates.

The Wisconsin Chapter of the Exit Planning Institute is a group of local advisors dedicated to changing the outcome for middle market owners looking to grow, transition, or exit their business. The Wisconsin Chapter is a community of professional advisors that collaborate to address the unique needs of the community.

EPI Wisconsin develops bi-monthly educational and networking programs for business owners and professional advisors to build awareness and better prepare an owner for the successful growth and exit of their business. Our chapter develops, encourages, and fosters the adoption of best practices for the exit planning profession. For more information, contact Erik Owen at 262-299-5526 or visit www.EPIWisconsin.org.