Upstate Capital Annual Event

M&A Advisor Series – Rochester, NY

WHEN: June 8, 2022 | 4:00PM

WHERE: Oak Hill Country Club, 145 Kilbourn Rd, Rochester, NY 14618

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Mark Murphy

Martin Birmingham

Michael Parrinello

Gordon Forth



Our M&A Advisor Event Series facilitates knowledge and connections for service providers and business owners related to merging and acquiring companies

  • Professional advisors gain knowledge that is helpful in advising clients and grow their referral networks.
  • Business owners hear about fundamental principles and considerations, both from transaction professionals and from CEOs and executives who have gone through M&A transactions. 

This event will feature Mark Murphy, founder and CEO of Greenlight Networks, discussing his experiences starting, growing and selling his company to private equity investors.

Who Will Be There?

The M&A Advisor Series will be attended by executives, investors, and industry professionals interested in M&A and ownership transitions.

Register to Attend:

Non-Members: $100
Upstate Capital Members: $75

Not yet an Upstate Capital member? Become a member and get a free pass to this event.



Invitation-only Roundtable for Business Owners and Founders


Registration + Networking


M&A Advisor Series

Building + Exiting Greenlight Networks


Networking Reception

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FAQ for M&A Series Roundtable Attendees

Is this event suitable for first-time startups?

The roundtable is most suitable for people with $1M+ revenue companies who are actively thinking about growing their businesses, possibly by making acquisitions, as well as people who have larger companies and are thinking about exiting by getting acquired. 

Do I have to bring anything with me or will I be asked anything specific?

You should come prepared to share who you are, what you do, and a question you’d like to ask the co-hosts and experienced people in the room. 

Is there anything else I should know?

This is an opportunity to make more intimate connections with your peers and with people who have in-depth experience with business topics that are relevant now, or could be relevant in the future, for you. You can assume that what is spoken about in the room will stay there, and should afford the same courtesy to other participants.