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The National Center for the Middle Market ensures the vital middle market receives the attention it deserves. The Center provides a voice and point-of-view for this critical yet understudied segment of the economy, driving national dialogue about its importance and impact. 

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April 28 - 30, 2014

ACG Intergrowth 2014

Las Vegas, NV

ACG’s flagship event brings together more than 2,000 M&A professionals from around the world. Comprised of professionals representing all facets of the deal, this event will expand your network and open the door to connections you need to discover your next deal. Keynote speakers at this years event include the Co-Founder of Twitter, Biz Stone, and five-time NFL MVP, Peyton Manning. The National Center for the Middle Market will also be presenting our latest Middle Market Indicator findings (Q1 2014). Register today and join us at this can't miss event!

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How to Spot High-Potential Entry Level Employees

How to Spot High-Potential Entry Level Employees

Who's your next superstar employee? It's not always easy to pick out future leaders early in their careers, but with practice, you can hone your talent spotting abilities, says Roberta Chinsky Matuson, author of Talent Magnetism: How to Build a Workplace That Attracts and Keeps the Best. The advantages of talent spotting at the entry level is enormous for middle market companies: if you can identify, promote, and reward top talent, that means you're less likely to lose them to the competition. Here are Matuson's top tips for finding great leaders early in their careers.

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Turn Tax Liability Into Business Strength

Turn Tax Liability Into Business Strength

Tax liability is an ugly phrase, whether applied to your business or personal life. It means money you thought you had but apparently won't any more. The taxpaying corporation must send a check to Uncle Sam, state revenue officials, or a city or town instead of spending the money on something that could offer a return on investment.

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