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Keith Boudreau

Keith is a Newport partner in New England who has been president of operating divisions in four different Fortune 500 companies, in sales/marketing roles as well as other strategic leadership responsibilities.

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Mergers and Acquisitions: What to Do After You’ve Signed the Deal

By: Keith Boudreau
January 25th, 2018

You’ve closed the acquisition deal. Now what? Many companies sign on the dotted line and immediately begin overhauling systems, operations, HR, customer relationship functions, etc.. But, if you want to secure a high return on your investment in this new company, you would likely benefit from a more patient, strategic approach when it comes to the early days of post-acquisition integration.

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private equity | Newport Partner

Private Equity Due Diligence: How to Set Your M&A Up for Success

By: Keith Boudreau
January 18th, 2018

Change is hard. If you’ve been through a merger or acquisition, you know how many challenges can arise when you’re going through a transition. And, while it’s imperative that you conduct comprehensive due diligence before you invest in a new company, today’s competitive landscape often requires the completion of due diligence faster than ever before.

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Business Growth Challenges Defined: You May Be In No Man's Land.

No Man’s Land is the business growth stage where companies become too small to be big and too big to be small.

Only ONE in TEN companies grow beyond “No Man's Land”. To improve your chances, you must first understand if your company is in No Man's Land. Learn more in this guide! Subscribe and get your copy now.

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talent | Advice | economy

The Myths and Realities of Hiring Older Employees

By: Keith Boudreau
February 12th, 2016

Especially since the recovery from the Great Recession, one frequently hears—from company executives, business news shows, and local Chamber of Commerce meetings--some version of the following: “Companies have many open positions they need to fill to grow their business, but just can't find the qualified talent."

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