You’ve Got to Exit Sometime: What Every Business Owner Needs to Know about Selling Their Company


The New England CRO/CMO Council’s Members Meeting

8am-10am, Thursday, March 24, 2016
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 15 Middlesex Canal Park, Woburn, MA

Register for this Free Event

Laura Kevghas, Partner at Mirus Capital Advisors, Inc.
James A. DeLeo, CPA, MBA, MST – Partner at Gray, Gray & Gray


Ms. Kevghas has over 25 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, including both investment
banking and corporate development. She was a founding employee at Mirus and spent nine years
working on new business development, as well as creating offering memoranda and negotiating transactions
for clients. She was directly involved in the successful sale of more than a dozen client companies in
the business services, software, and technology sectors. Laura rejoined Mirus Capital Advisors in 2006,
and became a Partner in 2010. She focuses her practice on M&A for companies in the business services
and technology sectors, and also enjoys working with industrial companies.


Mr. Deleo has more than 25 years of hands-on experience serving professional services organizations,
such as architects, engineers, attorneys and consultants, and governmental contractors. Jim’s educational
background in entrepreneurial finance allows him to serve as a key contributor to his client’s day-today
accounting, tax and operational needs. His unique combination of professional experience and both
business and accounting training allow Jim to support management in all aspects of running their business.
Jim also has a solid working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (“FAR”).

Sponsored and funded by NE CRO/CMO Council (a non-for profit organization)
There is no cost to attend this meeting

The New England CRO/CMO Council is a community of Contract Research and Manufacturing Organizations and was
founded with a mission of organizing these providers into a collaborative network that serves the Biopharma and Biotechnology
Industries with a means of finding service providers local to the New England area, thus encouraging in local