Business models are a critical factor in the success or failure of commercial initiatives.
The intellectual integrity of your business model will be vetted by investors, Boards of Directors, desirable employees, customers, vendors and regulators. Business models that withstand such scrutiny are often rewarded with capital, energized employees, supportive partners, regulatory approval and favorable media coverage. Business models that are neither coherent nor convincing are quickly recognized as such and are relegated to the dustbin of history.
Before you spend large sums of money and vast amounts of time executing your business plan, you should determine if it can withstand scrutiny from seasoned analysts. Before you embark on a capital raising initiative, corporate transaction or expansion strategy, you really should subject your business plans to rigorous third-party review.
We run business models through a gauntlet of over 300 questions gleaned from over 20 years of analytical experience. At the conclusion of our review, all candidates will receive a custom Business Model Validation Report which will discuss the issues we considered. Those business models that sustain our challenge will receive our "Business Model Validation" stamp of approval.