The Incentive for Merger Parties

This is a chance to pay it forward. With EscrowUP, those involved in M&A can kick off a cycle of giving and boost a diverse talent pool of next generation entrepreneurs. There’s no financial consequence on the deal and no additional effort required for merger parties, so it’s not only good—it’s easy.

Additionally, parties involved in deals that select EscrowUP receive a kit that helps them share their positive impact and the entrepreneurs they choose to help. SRS Acquiom will also promote the program and highlight participants.


 
 

Hear what others are saying about EscrowUP

EscrowUP offers a tremendous opportunity for deal parties to give back by selecting an escrow product that helps non-profits encourage and support emerging entrepreneurs.
— Steve Case, Chairman and CEO, Revolution LLC; Founder and Partner, Revolution Growth; Co-Founder, America Online; Chairman, Case Foundation
The M&A community has the ability to have a substantial impact on the economy and our communities when we come together. EscrowUP offers a simple and powerful way for us to help those just starting on their entrepreneurial journey.
— Ron Cami, Former General Counsel at TPG
Escrows are an important part of life sciences M&A. EscrowUP gives the M&A community a great opportunity to be able to give back and have a meaningful impact on the next generation of entrepreneurs.
— Paul Hastings: Chairman & CEO, OncoMed Pharmaceuticals; Former Chairman of Proteolix
With zero impact on deal dynamics and huge upside to the community, EscrowUP is a no-brainer. It’s a wonderful way for companies to support their community and inclusiveness in entrepreneurship.
— Brad Feld: Managing Director, Foundry Group; Co-Founder, Techstars
As a co-founder of the Pledge1% movement, I’m super supportive of companies coming up with creative ways to give back to the community.
— Scott Farquhar: Founder & CEO, Atlassian
If a program like EscrowUP had existed when Mobile Data Labs was acquired by Microsoft, we definitely would have participated.
— Chuck Dietrich, Cofounder and CEO, Mobile Data Labs