You've built a uniquely valuable asset in your software company, but how do you convey that unique value to a buyer? How do you get a buyer to seriously consider acquiring your company? In today's fast-paced world of tech M&A, buyers don't have time for drawn out "books" of information. The best tool for reaching them is a clear, succinct Executive Summary document that clearly outlines the opportunity created by acquiring your company. But how do you write such a document? What are the pitfalls to avoid? How do you balance a need for brevity with a description of your complex technology and company? Join Corum dealmakers on September 14 to learn the 10 Rules for Writing an Executive Summary That Sells.