the Bailey Program for Family Enterprise

Thank You to All Who Joined Us For Dinner and a Spotlight on

“The Exit as a New Beginning”

Thank you to everyone who attended this inspiring and fun evening featuring:

  • Spotlight Stories on Selling, Transitioning to the Next Generation, or Retiring From a Private Business
  • A family business site tour from Anthony and April Lambatos (co-owners of Footers Catering, Social Capitol, and mibe)
  • Connection with peers over hors d’oeuvres and dinner

Speakers:

  • Rhett Trees (Seneca Capital Partners)
  • Doug, Polly and Mark Lestikow (Closet Factory Colorado)
  • Anna Comsia and Kim Vaughn (Ruff Housing)
  • Three Tips for the Transition with Zack De Lisa of Level10 CFO

Don’t Miss Our Next Annual Dinner:
September 12, 2024 | 5-8 p.m.

Who Should Attend

Our events are for you if you:

  • own a privately-held business (of any industry and size)
  • are a rising leader of a privately-held business
  • are a family member of a business owner
  • have recently retired or plan to
  • participate in a family office
  • are a member, faculty or sponsor of the Bailey Program for Family Enterprise

Attendee Benefits

Relevant, Actionable Learning

 Learn from other leaders how to best navigate the transition out of your business.

Connection with Supportive Peers

Connect with other owners of privately held businesses and their families.

Get Inspired and Thoughtful

Examine what life after your exit might look like for you and your family.

Celebration

 Learn from other leaders how to best navigate the transition out of your business.

Program

5 p.m. Happy hour mingling with hors d’oeuvres and open bar
5:20 p.m. Family business site tour/story of Footers Catering and Social Capitol
6 p.m. Welcome from our director and board, Dinner with three Story Spotlights throughout
7:30 p.m. Three Tips for the Transition with Zach DeLisa of Level10 CFO
7:45-8 p.m. Mingling

Our Sponsors

Mission of the Bailey Program for Family Enterprise
We help private enterprises build the long-term success of their business and well-being of their family. We serve the public good as a catalyst for economic and relational health in our region and beyond.