Tom Millitzer – Bio

Tom Milllitzer founded Millitzer Capital in 1994.

Millitzer conducted graduate studies at the University of Iowa School of Journalism and graduated from at Parsons College.

He started his career in the cable television industry. He was gaining stature, managing some of the largest cable television systems in the United States. He was a director at Group W Broadcasting and cable. At age 36, he raised 72 million dollars and started Charter Cable Television Systems.

Tom founded what is now Millitzer Capital in 1994.  Millitzer Capital as a focused business brokerage firm servicing the telecommunications sectors. Representing sellers his firm’s goal is to maximize value for these clients.

Millitzer has completed hundreds of assignments. Mergers, acquisitions, strategic planning, and valuations. The last time we checked about 400.

Tom Millitzer is your business broker, advisor but most importantly your salesman looking after your best interests.

21 _george_burnsNotes about Tom:

  • Took his own advice and moved to Florida
  • His most memorable dinner was with George Burns. Tom sat across from Mr. Burns for two hours at a table for six in a private dining room.
  • As a youth he ranked 3rd in Ohio is Freestyle swimming, 18 and under. And was on an age-group relay team that held a world record.
  • Plays a mean blues harmonica.
  • He is a man of Moeller.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS – Over the years Tom found that groups kept on calling him back to speak at conventions. He now breaks away for groups that pique his interest.

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Tom has written almost 200 articles and blogs covering the telecom, and Internet sector, including acquisition analysis, valuations, and selling Internet companies.

 

  • Read Tom Millitzer's WHIR M&A Blog and Articles

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