Investment Criteria

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Investment Criteria Development Stage: Our company has a preference to invest in companies that are already established but are still fairly early in a product lifecycle evolution. This may include products that have already been designed and tested but have just recently been introduced into the market or will be introduced in the near future. This may also include products or services that have proven local or regional success and looking to begin national expansion. The company's resources can help entrepreneurs market their products and develop the appropriate distribution channels that will be necessary to gain more market share. Geographic Location: The company's resources can help entrepreneurs market their products and develop the appropriate distribution channels that will be necessary to gain more market share. Given the company's access to different distribution networks there is no preference in geographic location for most cases. Industry: There are no limitations to various industries for consideration however the company's experience has been primarily in the consumer goods and technology sectors but all industries will be considered. The common denominator for all opportunities chosen will be that they have built a strong foundation in which they can pursue a strong growth trajectory. Revenue & ROI: The investment opportunity must be able to exhibit a twenty percent expected return on investment as a baseline expectation. However, the company
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