In today's social media climate, being a tough tweeter is one of the quickest ways to get noticed, to make a name for oneself and to stand out from the crowd. Similarly, being an outspoken, an opinionated and a charismatic hedge fund manager is one way to differentiate in a packed field of competing firms scratching for the same capital commitments. Still, that may not be the way to go. We suggest managers think twice before tweeting in our recent piece of content for LJOPR's
Inovateus Solar, a disruptive renewable energy company, stays on the cutting edge of solar development, design, engineering, procurement, construction and supply by consistently challenging employees to re-imagine ideas during its weekly "Think Tank." Cardinal President Marc Raybin led an invigorating discussion examining and dissecting ways Inovateus could leverage public relations to enhance its thought leadership and public profile in a crowded marketplace.
Cardinal's Marc Raybin was honored to facilitate two breakout panel discussions Privcap Game Change: Real Estate 2017 held in downtown Chicago. In the morning Marc was joined by industry experts Peter Braffman, Managing Director, GCM Grosvenor; Paul Verbesey, Partner, Goodwin; and Larissa Herczeg, Managing Partner, Oak Street Real Estate Capital for a deep dive into four key topics for up-and-coming real estate investors: fundraising, complexities of spinning out, LP changes