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Thursday, October 2 • 10:30am - 11:30am
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Session Description: Hailed as the “Jon Stewart of Investment Bankers,” join world-renowned digital media guru and the Founder and CEO of LUMA Partners, Terry Kawaja as he takes you through a fast-paced, jam-packed hour-long journey, mixing substance with humor, to demonstrate the LUMA differentiator. Whether producing comedy videos or sharing insightful industry thought pieces such as our LUMAscapes and Future of (Digital) TV presentation, LUMA has leveraged its industry knowledge to take a strategic approach to deal making rather than chasing transactions. This presentation takes place at LUMA’s trendy, Flatiron headquarters. Be there!

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TK

Terence Kawaja

Founder and CEO, LUMA Partners

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Thursday October 2, 2014 10:30am - 11:30am
LUMA Partners 101 Fifth Avenue, Suite 900, New York, NY, 10003
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  • Company Description LUMA Partners is a different kind of investment bank. We provide strategic advice to digital media companies in a manner that reflects how corporate development is actually done. This more strategic approach produces better outcomes for acquirers and target companies alike. At the end of the day, we believe good companies are bought, not sold. Most investment bankers say this – but we put our business model where our mouth is. Since the digital industry we cover is all about disruption and efficiency, we felt the investment banking model could use a little disruption.


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