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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Creating, Growing and Selling Your E-Learning Company

Bill discusses various funding options for an e-learning company.

Bill Jacobs presented to the group his experience of growing and eventually selling an e-learning company. He gave advise on how to consider the value of your company, making employees a part of the company and navigating through the tricky process of negotiating with the buyer.
Bill discusses how he purchased an e-learning company. He was a customer and liked it so much, he bought the company.

Bill also gave insights into his future plans which primarily include finishing his degree which he is taking here at Bloomsburg University's Instructional Technology program.


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Christine Hufford said...

I would like to say that I really enjoyed Bill Jacob’s presentation on creating, growing, and selling your company. This is a topic that before CAC I knew nothing about. I also had no idea how many Alumni from the Instructional Technology Department have started, grew, and sold their own companies. It is an option that I never considered before but now I can dream about and one day will make a reality. I would also like to say that I really enjoyed all the presentations at CAC. It was inspiring to see all the amazing projects that companies in the Instructional Technology field are working on.

Mark T. Burke said...

Darn -- I would have loved to have heard this. It would be interesting to poll the crew and see how many companies have been formed by IIT grads in the past 5-10 years.


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