Pursuing new ideas - without risking what you’ve already accomplished
Contractual Joint Venture or Equity Joint Venture?
How does one go about ensuring that compliance guidelines are observed?
Who is right for you?
Searching for a partner to help you realise big new plans
As a businessperson you are constantly getting new ideas they are confident of. You are certain you can be as successful in pursuing a new business concept as you have been at your current company. And you are of course prepared to invest in this new idea in order to capture a new market.
However, there are several things you need to consider: You obviously don’t want to put your company at risk by trying to implement this new idea on your own, which is why you need a partner. But who would make a good partner, one that would be a good fit for you and your idea? It should be an individual or company that can provide money, know-how and resources. One with the capacity to collaborate on a joint venture or strategic alliance.
Are you facing a situation like this, eager to get to down to work? Talk with Allert & Co. We’ll help you analyse the situation and work with you to develop an opportunity/risk profile for the proposed joint venture. We will initiate and/or assist with negotiations right through to formation of contract: Whether it’s contractual, joint venture or even an equity joint venture.
- Business Plans
- Structuring Transactions
- Valuation that takes into account uncertainties (Monte Carlo simulations)
- Defining the ideal partner
- Search for co-investors
- Assistance with contract negotiations