2020 Multi-Day, Virtual & On-Demand Growth Conference

Lincoln International hosted its fifth annual Growth Conference in November 2020 – a multi-day, virtual and on-demand format bringing investors and business leaders together.

  • 1,200+ registered attendees, including leading private equity and venture capital investors, corporate executives, industry thought leaders, business owners and entrepreneurs
  • 70+ on-demand company presentations from a unique mix of private, private equity-owned and venture-funded companies
  • 700+ strategic 1×1 meetings, carefully matched conversations between company presenters and attendees

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Summary

  • Lincoln International hosted its fifth annual Growth Conference in November 2020 - a multi-day, virtual and on-demand format bringing investors and business leaders together.

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