Date Announced for Door and Window Industry Update Webinar

Jordan, Knauff and Co., a lower-middle market investment bank in Chicago, has announced that it will hold its Spring 2006 Window and Door Industry Update webinar on April 19, 2006, at 2 p.m. EST.

This interactive online presentation is expected to last roughly 50 minutes, during which time the firm will cover a variety of topics relevant to door and window industry executives and entrepreneurs. Among these will be strategies to maximize the value of a company and ways in which companies in the industry are responding to competitive pressures.

The firm will also detail its plans to compile a series of benchmark studies to allow participants in the industry to compare their financial characteristics with competitors. Data will be contributed to the benchmarking process anonymously and companies that contribute information to the process will receive priority access to the results of the survey.

Jordan, Knauff and Co. is conducting this presentation as part of its practice focusing specifically on door and window companies. In conjunction with this industry update webinar, the firm is offering a complimentary copy of "The Impact of Capital Events and the Life Cycle of Window and Door Companies" to those who have not already received one. This report discusses the various stages in the development of a door or window company and includes statistics regarding recent acquisitions and plant expansions.

Participation in this presentation is free and attendance will be anonymous among participants. Attendees will have the opportunity to present questions to the moderator. Email mcollins@jordanknauff.com for more information about the webinar or the report.


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