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Can robust M&A activity have a direct benefit on cancer treatment? Amherst Partners Healthcare Practice Leader John Patterson speaks with Wes Chapman, Founder and CEO of Verdi Oncology, an innovator in the formation of regional oncology care networks, on how bringing together thought-leading oncology care professionals can accelerate clinical trials for new cancer drugs and treatment protocols, thus fueling improvements in patient care.


Chas Chandler, a Partner in Amherst’s Investment Banking practice and leader of the firm’s Consumer Products Industry Group, engages former client client and firm Operating Director Ray Dallavecchia, Jr. in a wide-ranging discussion covering his experiences as the architect behind the growth of iconic toy brand POOF®-Slinky®, his work leading consumer products businesses with both domestic and overseas production operations, and insights on what he’s looking for in investment opportunities now that he’s launched his own family office, Venetian Associates.


We know that each business’s individual story of struggle and success is a single brush stroke on a vast canvas. Searching for the patterns that appear when you look at the bigger picture, Whose Company Is It Anyway podcast host Sheldon Stone turns the microphone around to capture insights from veteran broadcast journalist Murray Feldman’s 40-year career reporting on the stories that shaped and molded the people and the communities of metropolitan Detroit.


Don Luciani, Automotive Industry Leader for Amherst’s Investment Banking Practice, and Josh Schulze, Founder and Managing Partner of Green Light Growth Partners, a private equity firm dedicated to the automotive industry, discuss M&A trends and expectations for the automotive industry supply chain.


Amherst Partners’ Sheldon Stone sits down with Derek Gentile, the second generation CEO and President of EEI Global, one of the nation’s most innovative consumer experience agencies, to learn more about how EEI has survived challenging times and capitalized on opportunities to grow.