February 18, 2005
Peter Graffman of Tech Strategies LLC to be a featured Speaker at The Wall Street
Transcript’s Conference on Reverse Mergers
(Needham, MA) Peter Graffman of Tech Strategies LLC will be a featured speaker at The Wall Street Transcripts
Conference on Reverse Mergers on February 23, 2005 in New York at The Harvard Club. This conference will focus on providing an in-depth understanding of the process required for
a private company to become publicly trading through a reverse merger.
Mr. Graffman will
present a successful reverse merger case study on a San Diego based biotechnology company
that his firm worked with to bring public.
About Tech Strategies LLC
Strategies, located in Needham, Massachusetts, specializes in developing financing strategies,
restructuring alternatives, and increasing general market awareness for public
companies. Their clients are development stage companies, growth companies, and companies in transition. They consult with a number of institutional investors who make "Private Investment in Public Equities"
(PIPEs). They advise certain private companies to complete "Reverse Mergers". They also partner
with institutional investors to finance company “roll ups” and management-sponsored buy-outs. They understand
the intricacies of the capital markets and what it takes to build company visibility in the investment community. They work
actively with their clients to build shareholder value for the long term.
113 Country Way
Needham, MA 02492
About Peter Graffman
Mr. Graffman is the founder and Managing Director of Tech Strategies. Prior to founding Tech Strategies, Mr. Graffman worked as a consultant to venture capital funds and companies seeking venture
funding and was a successful entrepreneur. Mr. Graffman founded two software companies, one of which, InfoCellular, was sold to LHS
Group, a NASDAQ listed public company.
Prior to founding InfoCellular, Mr. Graffman spent 10 years in academia as an Assistant
Professor of Operations Management and Information Systems at the
Boston University School of Management and Bentley College. During his academic career, he
served as a consultant to many private and public organizations including: Southwestern Bell Mobile Services (now Cingular),
American Express, Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank Boston, U.S. Army, and The Department of the Navy.
Mr. Graffman has
an MBA, with honors and is ABD, Doctor of Business Administration from Boston University where he was elected Beta Gamma Sigma. He is a member of The Association for Corporate Growth, The Council of Communication
Advisors, and The Massachusetts Telecommunications Council. Mr. Graffman serves
on the advisory boards of several technology companies, non-profit organizations and academic institutions.