Ready to take your business concept to an investor audience? You’ll need to have a clear and compelling presentation that exhibits who you are and what you offer. We create 6-10 slide presentations with custom graphs that are crafted to support your specific goals. Our investor decks are focused, persuasive, and punchy – there’s no better way to showcase your investment opportunity.
We can also help you prep for your investor presentation. Having a polished deck is a huge plus, but effective and confident delivery is absolutely essential to winning investor attention. Ask us about a 2-hour coaching session to help you prepare for your presentation to investors.
Have a fantastic idea but not sure how to put it down on paper? Stuck on your business model and don’t know which direction to take it? Let us guide you through the process of refining your business concept in a 2-hour coaching session. Our rigorous, step-by-step process will empower and prepare you to move forward with clarity and confidence.
We offer a comprehensive review of your E-2 visa business plan to support your USCIS application. We’ll examine your plan for missing content, identify sections that need clarification or expansion, comb through your financial projections for accuracy and fit, and review structure, presentation, and grammar. Then we’ll give you detailed recommendations designed to ensure your business plan meets the USCIS guidelines.
There’s a lot of documentation required as part of your E-2 Visa application, e.g. marriage license, birth certificates, bank statements, etc. If you’re coming from a country where English isn’t the primary language, it’s likely that these documents are not in English. Our language specialists translate all required E-2 documents into English for your E-2 visa application.
How do you know if your business idea will work? Are you confident that you can generate enough revenue to cover your expenses and pay your team? You may be an expert in your product or service, but do you have data that supports your business concept? Especially if you’re looking for outside funding or need additional support for your E-2 Visa business plan, a feasibility study is absolutely crucial. Our feasibility study dives into the competition, the market, a break even analysis, and other key factors that will determine the probability of success of your new business.
A comprehensive market analysis is central to a solid business plan. It can also help you make informed decisions about product positioning, branding direction, sales offers, selecting new locations for expansion, and other strategies for your business. We offer a thorough market analysis with all the key components you need to assess your market: industry overview and trends, description of your target market including demographics, definition of your pricing structure, a competitive analysis including a detailed SWOT analysis, and any regulatory requirements that may impact your business.
Accurate and detailed financial projections are the crux of your business plan. Why? Because that’s what investors and lenders care about. They not only want to see what you’ve estimated as their return on investment, but they also want to know that you’ve been realistic in your assumptions and accurate in your calculations. You secure trust in your business concept through your financial projections. Even if the rest of your business plan is perfect, you lose faith from your potential investors and creditors when you fall down on your financial projections.
We use Excel models to generate prospective financial projections for start-ups and new businesses. Our projections give a summary of start-up expenses and 3 to 5 years of data, with the first year detailed by month. Each year’s projections include forecasted income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and capital expenditure budgets. We also incorporate graphs and tables to organize the data for quick readability.
If you’re an established business, we include historical financial data for the last 2 to 5 years of operations, including your company’s yearly income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.