the Seven Wise Men assists its clients to write up a really good business idea in an interesting, crisp and motivational way. Our team looks at your project from a wide perspective that focuses on financial and technical metrics in addition to other important economic, commercial and managerial factors. We address your investors' desired outcomes and specific milestones and prove a high-enough value-added-value that boost their interest.
Excellent presentation skills and effective communication enable the project holder to demonstrate trust and confidence that do justice to a perfectly sound idea.
Each one of our business cases assesses the viability of a project and proves the benefits to stakeholders in a transparent fashion – Represent your business case credibly and solidly and give yourself a real shot at getting funding.
To us, anything worth doing is worth doing right the first time.
A strong business case is critical to any project. First, it must represent the project fairly and objectively but in an attractive way that speaks to stakeholders in a language they like to be spoken with. Secondly, an investor pitch identifies the best investment option out of many alternatives. It assesses the viability of the project and proves the benefits to stakeholders in a transparent fashion.
The Seven Wise Men assists its clients to target a much wider pool of prospects based on a systematic approach that appeals to institutional investors such as venture capitalists, investment angels and other types of organizations; a fact that opens up tremendous opportunities.
The Seven Wise Men is an independent and objective consultancy that evaluates all aspects of a project, company, or investment to define results and returns in order for stakeholders to invest with the most confidence and guarantees, and for project holders to access the resources they were promised.
Our team has the experience to develop business cases that satisfy the highest standards and the most demanding stakeholders and evaluation processes in the private and public sectors.
When we start building up a new business case, these are the top priorities on our minds:
- What’s the key goal the stakeholder expects to realize after investing in this venture?
- What gains, skills or know-how is the stakeholder planning to acquire from it?
– Investor pitch template – Press
INVESTING IN A BUSINESS CASE IS WORTH IT.
- Tracking the smallest detail for weeks is worth it.
- Securing one more interview is worth it.
- Listening to the faintest whispers is worth it.
- Poring over thousands of documents is worth it.
- Investigating the subtlest gesture is worth it.
- Triple- checking sources is worth it.
- Validating conclusions from multiple angles is worth it.