Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Selects
VentureChoice to support its members in exchanging
private sector investment opportunities.
SANTA CLARA, CA - January 18,
2006 - VentureChoice today announced that the
ACG Silicon Valley chapter, has selected VentureChoice's
services to help its members in exchanging private
sector equity investment opportunities.
The VentureChoice solution provides
members with secure access to investment opportunities
and the capability to create investment syndication
and an organized approach for managing due diligence
Commenting on the relationship
with ACG, Silicon Valley, Pejman Makhfi, VentureChoice's
managing director said, "We are confident
that VentureChoice's solution will deliver tremendous
value in ACG Silicon Valley Chapter's efforts
to increase the effectiveness of opportunity matching.
"Using the VentureChoice
services we provide a valuable support to the
merger and acquisition activities of our members
comprised of investment professionals and corporate
leaders in mid- to large market", says Kenneth
Bahng, board member of ACG Silicon Valley.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California,
VentureChoice offers global deal sourcing, screening,
and syndication services for an exclusive network
of PE and VC investors who are looking for more
and higher quality deals to (co-)invest in. VentureChoice
service is enabled by innovative Internet technology
to be more efficient, effective, and secure than
traditional services providing investment choices
ranging from early-stage to buy-out that are otherwise
unreachable. VentureChoice can be reached at http://www.VentureChoice.com
About ACG, Silicon Valley
ACG, Silicon Valley is chapter of Association
for Corporate Growth, a worldwide organization.
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate
Growth (ACG) is the premier global association
for professionals involved in corporate growth,
corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions
for mid to large companies. Leaders in corporations,
private equity, finance, and professional service
firms focused on building value in their organizations
belong to ACG.
They recognize the multiple benefits of networking
within an influential community of executives
growing public and private companies worldwide.
For 50 years, ACG members have focused on strategic
activities that increase revenues, profits and,
ultimately, stakeholder value. Today ACG stands
at more than 9,000 members representing Fortune
500, Fortune 1000, FTSE 100, and mid-market companies
in 48 chapters in North America, Europe and soon
Asia. ACG can be reached at http://www.acg.org
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