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Codero COO Presents to C-level executives at HostingCon 2011

August 2nd, 2011

COO Ryan Elledge addresses the current mergers and acquisitions market for the hosting sector at HostingCon 2011 in San Diego, CA. 

Lenexa, Kan. – August 2nd, 2011 – Codero COO Ryan Elledge, a recognized hosting veteran, will be a presenter at HostingCon 2011 at the San Diego Convention Center along with Francis Stiff, President of Cheval Capital, Inc. Their presentation on August 8 at 2:00 p.m., “ Why Your Company May Be Worth More (or Less) to You Than to a Buyer,” focuses on mergers and acquisitions and why some companies are worth far more to their owners than their buyers. Topics include how to value benefits and perks of ownership; statistics on the pricing of recent hosting transactions; and current trends in the marketplace for hosting companies.

Codero is also participating in the HostingCon expo hall giving all attendees free chair massages in booth 206 on August 9th and 10th.  Representatives will also be available to answer questions about infrastructure-as-a-service and provide information about its Reseller Program.  The conference is the ideal forum for Codero to communicate to those needing an easy way to generate more revenue for their business through the Internet market.

“We are excited to participate in HostingCon 2011 and I am looking forward to the opportunity to offer insight about the M&A marketplace through my presentation. Having participated as attendees in the past, we recognize HostingCon can be tiring so we are offering all attendees free chair massages in our booth,” said Ryan Elledge, COO. “We will also be available to show them how to tap into our IT expertise and inventory to repackage and resell all our products and services.”

HostingCon 2011 is the largest gathering of hosted professionals in the world. The educational tracks at the conference range from marketing and sales, to business development. To receive a discount off conference registration from Codero, use promo code Codero2011.

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