TIGER 21 launched its first Dallas Group in 2007. Since then the Group has grown steadily with Members from a variety of backgrounds ranging from oil and gas to robotics. There are now two Groups in operation, and both Dallas Groups are chaired by Bill Case, a seasoned facilitator who built a successful business specializing in merger, acquistion divestiture transition management.
Mr. Case has more than 25 years of experience working with other entrepreneurs as well as Fortune 100 companies. He has become a trusted advisor to executives and an authority on the effective transition management of merger and acquisition transactions. He has also conducted lectures and seminars on various business topics throughout the world. “Having been involved in approximately 300 M&A transactions in the last 10 years, I have helped many entrepreneurs and executives achieve high-net-wealth status,” said Mr. Case. “I have witnessed how this newfound wealth is often difficult to handle – both financially as well as personally."
Chris is an experienced entrepreneur, rainmaker, investor, turn-around specialist and philanthropist. His career spans over 25 years of building, leading and growing both people and organizations. Chris started his first company while a freshman at the University of Texas at Austin at age 17. Subsequent to graduating, he spent a few years in telecommunications before founding multiple technology companies including Erapmus Network Services, Erapmus Desktop Management and Erapmus Resources. Following the sale of his businesses, Chris spent 4 years as a consultant, investor and business analyst. In addition to his professional work, Chris has done pro bono consulting for the American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, CEO Netweavers, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, Sci-Tech Discovery Center, Susan G. Komen and many others.
Director of Membership
Phone: (212) 584-0222
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