Brandon Richter Featured Panelist at Capital Roundtable "How the New Trump Administration Can Impact Niche Manufacturers"
The Tech Transformation -- How Robots, IoT, & 3-D Printing are Revolutionizing Niche Manufacturing
March 16, 2017 – New York, NY
Anti-trade rhetoric was everywhere in the run-up to the 2016 elections, raising the prospect of big challenges for manufacturing companies.
At the same time, new opportunities for U.S. manufacturers, particularly in infrastructure and energy, are likely in the coming years -- but how best to capitalize on them?
Opportunities abound --
- A big infrastructure push seems likely.
- Energy is rebounding.
- Tech offers many new opportunities.
- A hands-off government could allow business to flourish.
But there are threats too --
- A shrinking pie? Protectionism and tough political talk may challenge trade and the U.S.'s global position.
- An economic downturn may be coming.
- Deal making remains difficult with valuations sky-high.
- …all this while interest rates clearly seem to be headed higher...!
Brett R. Keith, Managing Partner, Rockwood Equity Partners
Mark E. Avsec, Partner, Benesch
Robert A. Newbold, Managing Principal, Graham Partners Inc.
R. Peter Reiter, Managing Director, RFE Investment Partners
Brandon Richter, Principal, Hamilton Robinson Capital Partners
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ABOUT HAMILTON ROBINSON
Hamilton Robinson Capital Partners was founded in 1984 to invest directly in small, privately held manufacturing, distribution and service businesses.
The firm has maintained its singular focus on this dynamic market to become a valued resource for equity capital and growth strategies for small businesses.
Based in Stamford, CT, the firm has completed over $1.3 billion in transactions supporting over 50 companies.
Investors include leading financial institutions, funds, family offices, and individuals in the United States and Europe.
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