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The Hayner Group and Amster-Vairo Announce Partnership at Israel Dealmakers Summit

PHILADELPHIA, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hayner Group and Amster-Vairo and Associates announce a new partnership at the Israel Dealermakers Summit taking place in New York on March 4 and 5th. This partnership combines the skills and expertise of both companies, resulting in a more comprehensive offering of business services from seed stage through mid-market companies, with a specialty in the technology sector.

"The combination of both companies' areas of expertise and variegated experience will result in a more comprehensive array of business service offerings to potential clients, who are launching technology start-ups or growing to the next level. Those companies seeking counsel on how to grow their businesses and trying to generate funds for growth now have access to many levels of funding, as well as the substantive expertise in the telecom space through this alliance," comments Sid Amster, Managing Partner, Amster-Vaire Associates.

"Today, all growth companies face limited time, energy and resources, making it mission-critical to identify and execute on the initiatives that will yield the greatest and most appropriate results. This type of alliance is an ideal way for each company to expand its offerings for our clients, while providing excellent value to the technology ecosystem," says Louis Hayner, Managing Partner, The Hayner Group.

"At the Israel Dealermakers Summit, we will showcase one of the most innovative start-ups in the Mobility Space, Sevenpop. Sevenpop, along with a few other high growth companies, will participate in the Dealmakers' Showcase – a targeted platform where selected growth companies hold private meetings with leading corporations, investors and strategic partners."  

About The Hayner Group:

The Hayner Group enables technology companies to aim higher and achieve more with proven strategies for increasing success, focusing on organizations with $5-$250 million in annual sales. Leveraging a unique blend of sales expertise, business acumen, technical knowledge and industry experience, The Hayner Group  identifies and executes initiatives that yield the most return in revenue and value for its clients. Concentrating on a few key areas in the technology sector such as  telecom, infrastructure, cloud, cloud support systems, mobility and security, The Hayner Group builds opportunities for a wide array of entrepreneurial enterprises and VCs in optimizing business performance and enhancing shareholder value through business development activities. This includes serving as a liaison to the investment community (mergers; investments; sales), directing long and short term planning and marketing strategies, assessing and refining corporate branding and messaging,  devising  go-to market strategies, creating product portfolios, assessing risk, assuming provisional CEO, CRO, CSO or CMO roles as needed, and leadership development. Visit http://www.haynergroup.com.

About Amster-Vairo and Associates:

Amster-Vairo and Associates are early stage company advisors with decades of experience including their own successful start-up, company build and successful exit. They know firsthand the challenges young companies face and have done it all before. As specialists in alliances, partnerships, sales enhancement, capital planning and funding they know the fundamentals of moving a young company forward. Visit http://www.avassoc.com.

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