Archive for April, 2008

Gerbsman Partners Update

Since inception in 1980, Gerbsman Partners has been involved in over $ 2.2 billion of restructurings, M&A and financing transactions. Since 2001, Gerbsman Partners has been involved in maximizing enterprise and intellectual property value in 41 technology and life science companies. Gerbsman Partners has also restructured or terminated over $730 million of prohibitive real estate leases and equipment leases, as well as sub-debt and creditor issues.

Gerbsman Partners’ International Crisis Turnaround Management Consulting and Investment Banking practice focuses on maximizing enterprise value for high-tech companies and their Intellectual Property, including life science, medical device and healthcare companies. Gerbsman Partners also assists Web 2.0 and Mobile 2.0 companies with strategic alliance development, M&A activities, licensing and distribution of content.

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Jason Gerbsman, a member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Capital, was profiled in Washington Post recently.

“Jason Gerbsman and his wife, Lauren, began thinking about buying a home just as the housing market began to slump two years ago. The couple, who were renting an apartment in the District, had saved a “substantial” amount for a down payment. But they wondered whether real estate was the best way to invest the money they had saved since college.”

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Tony Fish, a member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Partners was featured in NY Times on April 14th. The article, “Getting your business ready for Mobile 2.0”, is an excellent example on Mobile 2.0 issues that arise in with the technology.

“To better understand the coming of Mobile 2.0, indeed it is important to first understand the arrival of Web 2.0. Web 2.0 is a new generation of Web-based applications, like widgets, social networks, and collaboration tools that are quickly transforming the landscape of the Internet itself.”

Read the whole article here.

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