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If your company has already paying customers, we expect the following key items to be addressed in the business plan.
|Customer Problem: who has the problem and how you will solve it?||Market: how big is the market and what is the competitive landscape?|
|Product and/or service: what is the status and differentation of technology solution?||Business model: what is the monetization strategy and what is your 3 years financial forecast?|
|Finance: how much capital is needed and how the proceeds will be used?||Team: what is the background and qualifications?|
We will give you a clear view of the main obstacles for growing your business based on only 4 questions:
In case your answers on the first two questions have a score of 100%, your company is meeting its monthly targets the last 18-months consecutive and finaly your company is able to grow three times faster with the current cash flow, we are not able to add much value.
In all other cases, there needs to be work done on your strategy (question 1), on your team (question 2) on your execution (question 3). In those cases, there is also an additional capital need.
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In addition, Value Creation Capital and Spark Entrepreneurs Education offer jointly an acceleration program of 12 months. Ambitious tech companies (scale-ups) are supported hands-on in reaching their growth targets. Click for more information on the Program.
Value Creation Capital launches €8 million fund for nano and high-tech startups
16 September 2015
Value Creation Capital, a syndicate of ‘entrepreneurial’ investors announced yesterday the launch its first fund with €8 million in assets under management.
The so-called TechNano fund focuses on early stage fast growing hard-core tech companies. The funds investment focus lies in the verticals nanotech, micro sensor technology, robotics and the Internet of Things.
Veteran investor Willem van den Berg is joining Value Creation Capital as one of the four managing partners. Van den Berg was previously director of the public regional development fund PPM Oost and co-founder and managing partner of the VC firm TIIN Capital. “We are looking for innovative companies that build disruptive technologies and are able grow into the top contender in their specific vertical”, says Van de Berg in the press release about the funding.
This post originally appeared on StartupJuncture, a media outlet for startup
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