IBBA officials to Speak Tuesday to GABB about current business environment
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Karl Kirsch, CAE, Executive Director of the International Business Brokers Association, and Maggie Nicholson, the IBBA education & certification manager, will speak Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the monthly Georgia Association of Business Brokers meeting.
Kirsch and Nicholson will cover the legislative environment, like HR2274; The current business environment; IBBA membership benefits; the IBBA education program; the CBI credential and upcoming events.
The International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) is the largest international non-profit association operating exclusively for people and firms engaged in business brokerage and mergers and acquisitions. The association, based in Atlanta, provides business brokers education, conferences, professional designations, and networking opportunities. Formed in 1983, the IBBA has almost 1,000 business intermediaries across the world.
Join the GABB at 9:45 a.m. for a free light breakfast, provided this month by Carolyn Robinson of First State Bank, followed by the regular meeting at 10:30 a.m. at the South Terraces Conference Center, 115 Perimeter Center Place, Atlanta, GA, 30346. The Georgia Association of Business Brokers (GABB) is the state’s only professional organization dedicated to buying and selling businesses and franchises.
Karl Kirsch, CAE, serves as the vice president of the association management business practice for Meeting Expectations as well as the Executive Director of the International Business Brokers Association. His main responsibility is to lead his staff of over 30 association management professionals into making all of Meeting Expectations associations more successful.
Prior to joining Meeting Expectations, Karl worked in association management for nearly 20 years as an executive with various national and regional associations. He also worked for a year and a half as a merger and acquisition due diligence analysts for a third party firm specializing in the paper and power industries.
Karl holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering technology from the State University of New York and a Master of Science in technology management from the Stetson School of Business at Mercer University.
For more information on GABB this month, see our October GABB Today.
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