Consulting firm, Genioo, has announced that it has become a lead sponsor of the 2021 Operating Partners Forum, Europe’s largest event aimed at driving value within private equity.
Taking place from the 16-17th November 2021 at Hilton Tower Bridge, London, the Operating Partners Forum will explore how private equity firms can deal with the current downturn and return to growth post-crisis. The event forms part of the Operating Partners ‘All Access’ membership, a new way to keep a global network of operating partners in the know with high-level content and networking across the year. The live event will include a variety of speakers, including experienced operating partners and C-level executives, who will reveal how they have continued to deliver value creation strategies, create top-line growth and drive EBITDA improvement in their portfolio, despite the challenges faced over the past 18 months.
Recognizing the valuable contribution that the Operating Partners Forum brings to the PE sector, Genioo felt that taking up the position of lead sponsor was a natural move for the innovative consulting firm. Established in 2012, Genioo has extensive experience of working with private equity firms and their portfolio companies to deliver sustainable benefits while enhancing their return on investment. In addition to a team of core consultants and professionals working from four offices in Europe and the US, the firm has a network of over 1,250 vetted senior independent consultants and SMEs. Genioo’s unique focus on implementation and execution helps PE firms and their portfolio companies to ensure that value creation plans really deliver on their intended results.
"The Covid-19 pandemic has also created a multitude of additional challenges for portfolio companies. Many private equity firms are adopting a more active management style to help their acquisitions tackle these challenges while ensuring the potential for future growth is not compromised. Specialist support from the right external partners is key to addressing these challenges."