LANGUAGE M&A SEMINAR:                                               

Everything You Wanted to Know about Language Mergers and Acquisitions, but were Afraid to Ask


This seminar is for Language owners, both Buyers and Sellers wanting to learn more about Best Practices, legal and financial preparation, and the strategic direction of the Language M&A marketplace.  You will hear from a number of experts in the GLOBALIZATION field.


Date: April 22nd, 1PM – 3PM ESDT

To RegisterRegister HERE  by April 18, 2021

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Cost: $75 – all proceeds go towards non-profit  Currently purchasing laptops for village schools in Niger, West Africa.

Pay Here:  PayPal Payment to Language Transactions

*Confirmation Link to meeting will be sent on the April 20th*

This seminar will be provided in English with ASL Interpretation. To learn more, please contact Mike Klinger [email protected]

Schedule of Topics


  • If I had Known Then, What I Know Now Lessons from Language Owners/Sellers

Panel Discussion with: Lynn Roberts Our Thinking Planet; Frederick Marx KeyLingo Translations and Fabiano Cid Oxo     read more here…

  • Accounting, M&A and Due Diligence What does the Owner need to know.  What financial documents are required?  What will the Buyer want to review during Due Diligence?   read more here…


Discussion with: Sedic Ampanas of CohnReznick LLP

  • M&A and the Law What are the legal aspects of business sales and acquisitions?   How to navigate the complicated issues that arise during the negotiation and closing of the transaction.   read more here…


Discussion with Chuck Tidman of Bowditch & Dewey


  • Language M&A and Best Practices and Future Directions Best practices for Buyers and Sellers. What will the future of Language M&A look like?  Best ways to prepare for this.   read more here…

Panel Discussion with: Kimon Fountoukidis is Chairman and Founder of Argos Multilingual; Florian Faes is the Managing Director of Slator; Dee Johnson is a Globalization Matchmaker for Language Transactions