ICG CEO, Walter Buckley, to Speak at ThinkEquity’s 8th Annual Growth Conference, September 14
WAYNE, PA — (September 7, 2011) — ICG Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ICGE) (“ICG”) today announced that it will present at the G8: ThinkEquity’s 8th Annual Growth Conference to be held at Le Parker Meridien in New York City September 13 and 14, 2011.
ICG CEO, Walter Buckley, will present information on the Company’s progress, strategy and value proposition to the financial community on Wednesday, September 14 at 11:00 a.m. ET. The conference will feature more than 100 leading public growth companies in categories including cleantech, consumer, mobile, data center infrastructure, Internet, media, semiconductors and SaaS.
Although presentations at the conferences are only open to ThinkEquity clients, ICG’s presentation will be webcast and accessible for replay from the ICG website at www.icg.com by going to the investor relations tab and clicking presentations, or directly at www.icg.com/investors/events-and-presentations.
ICG (Nasdaq:ICGE) identifies, capitalizes and grows companies in the SaaS and tech-enabled BPO sectors. These companies transform the way business is done by enabling enterprises to increase efficiencies and improve critical processes. ICG leverages its unique expertise to carefully identify companies based on their potential to become market changers and market leaders. ICG focuses on building successful businesses in the SaaS and tech-enabled BPO sectors by providing them with access to management expertise and strategic and operational guidance, as well as growth capital.
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