Go Tech, or Go Extinct: How Acquiring Tech Disruptors Is the Key to Survival and Growth for Established Companies

Go Tech, or Go Extinct: How Acquiring Tech Disruptors Is the Key to Survival and Growth for Established Companies

by Paul Cuatrecasas

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Overview

"A must read for senior executives looking for new ideas and fresh insights on innovation."

 – Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum and author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Discover innovative acquisition strategies and mindset shifts to future-proof your company’s bottom line and market value.

In Go Tech, or Go Extinct: How Acquiring Tech Disruptors Is the Key to Survival and Growth for Established Companies, Paul Cuatrecasas shares his revolutionary approach to transforming legacy companies into forward-thinking industry leaders through the strategic acquisition of disruptive technology companies. As the founder and CEO of Aquaa Partners, Cuatrecasas has facilitated more than forty-five global merger and acquisition transactions involving technology companies and ranging in size from $1 million to $1.5 billion.

Leveraging insights gained from his one-on-one meetings with C-suite executives of over 300 large corporations during 2018 and 2019, Cuatrecasas explains why so many corporates are failing at innovation and why technology companies represent the new secret formula for non-tech corporate incumbents to delight their customers and leave their competition in the dust.

Go Tech, or Go Extinct is an insider’s guide to the opportunities available for established companies willing to embrace rapid change without sacrificing their core goals. More encompassing than a “how-to” handbook, this resource is designed for ambitious C-suite leaders eager to implement the future-focused actions vital to survive and thrive. Armed with the same priceless wisdom that Cuatrecasas uses to create exponential returns for his clients, you’ll identify and seize smart ideas on how to invest and acquire to radically improve your positioning.

In Go Tech, or Go Extinct, you’ll discover:

  • The keys to turning your company into a fully modernized contender
  • How the right partnerships and acquisitions not only protect your market position, but transform your share price
  • The new levers of value creation required to multiply established corporations’ market worth
  • The methodologies and tactical ploys to invest in and acquire tech companies with almost zero risk
  • Important factors in bringing teams of technology talent into your culture without breaking it, and much, much more

Go Tech, or Go Extinct is an unparalleled insight into how you can maintain your company’s success in a disruptive climate. If you like straightforward advice, proven fact-based tactics, and don’t mind a departure from traditional culture, then you’ll love Paul Cuatrecasas’ tour-de-force.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781916194304
Publisher: Berkeley Street Press
Publication date: 09/12/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 342
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Paul Cuatrecasas is the founder and CEO of Aquaa Partners, an investment banking firm based in London. Over the past twenty-eight years, Paul has completed over forty-five merger and acquisition transactions around the world worth more than ten billion dollars and over sixty corporate finance advisory and strategic consultancy assignments. He is the author of Go Tech, or Go Extinct in which he shares his revolutionary approach to transforming legacy companies into forward-thinking industry leaders through the strategic acquisition of disruptive technology companies. Paul has been quoted in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, US News&World Report, and Forbes. He lives (most of the time) in London with his wife and three children.

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