SoCal Accelerator begins with relationships and analytics. The principals of SoCal Accelerator, have extensive experience starting, operating, assessing, and improving businesses. The Analytics Engine begins with extensive standards that shape the way Accelerator sources opportunities. For selected ventures, the outputs of the Analytics Engine include a business plan, funding for launch or expansion, mentoring of entrepreneurs and the venture’s management team, nurturing of the business opportunity and value proposition, and Accelerator leaving as an investor by selling its shares or helping the venture license its innovation.
Strategic Analytics has the power to transform venture development and funding like Lean and Six Sigma are transforming operations.
Since 2000, Accelerator Partners has developed a best-of-class strategic analytic drawing on marketing, innovation, financial, operational assessment tools. Scholarly and practitioner founda¬tions include Clayton Christiansen, Gary Hamel, Jim Collins, John Kotter, Geoffrey Moore, Saul Kaplan, Robert Kaplan and David Norton and Michael Porter.
- Strategic Alliances
Competitive, financial, operational, and leadership analytics that
assess strategic market positioning, market and financial potential, and organizational design.
ANALYTICS OF POSITIONING – INITIAL DELIVERABLES
Strategic Markets & Positioning Plan
Preliminary Financial Plan
Valuation for Funding.
Our proprietary analytics increase accuracy and acceleration of the idea-to-market process.
ANALYTICS OF COMMERCIALIZATION – DELIVERABLES
Business Plans For Operating
Marketing & Financial Success
Private Placement Memoranda
Accelerator integrates analytics, research and design tools with innovation management and best-in-class consulting alliances.
Continuous mentoring and development of entrepreneurial team.
Quarterly analysis of assumptions, project plan progress, and staffing and financial requirements.
Legal / Finance Prototyping
Our process is designed to increase valuation of each venture, prior to and after exit. Each portfolio company has a targeted exit strategy. Browse around this site to know on selling a company or taking it public is mainly determined when the company launches, a mix of . . .
Some of the portfolio will not become a going business but technology sold quickly in a one-time sale or licensing opportunity.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Some of the portfolio will be sold or merged with incumbents
Some of the portfolio will go public.