The services of ECDC are available to entrepreneurs only and in areas where these services do not require governmental regulation. You should consult a lawyer when in doubt if you are allowed to make use of our services.
ECDC focusses on establishing strategic partnerships on an international level for tech-companies in the growth phase. We offer a range of services, all designed to help your company reach its potential. Whether you’re looking for funding solutions or a strategic partner, we have you covered. Our services are available à la carte so you can get precisely what you need.
- Our database contains complete profiles of about 2.500 venture capital firms worldwide, along with the contact details of their CEO’s. We know where to find your strategic partner.
- We help you pitch your ideas to the top of the business communities of Geneva, Zurich, London, Paris, Singapore and Monaco. Only few have access to the networks in which we operate.
- We see coaching you and brainstorming with you, as a great way to stay fresh and develop a new approach to getting your company funded.
Each company is unique. One-size-fits-all approaches will never help your business reach its full potential. We deliver custom solutions, tailored to you – your industry, your culture, your one-of-a-kind challenges.
At ECDC, we will make sure that we thoroughly review your operations and financial results to make sure that your company is ready for strategic partners. In order for our staff to effectively go over every detail, it is best for us to know everything about your company from the very start, so we can ensure you are fully prepared to start working with potential partners. That way ECDC will be able to help you improve your entrepreneurial position.
Prepare documents for business liaisons
At ECDC, we work with a document called a “deal book” which is a quick and efficient way for third parties to review operational results as well as any other corporate document relevant for adding value to your business. This deal book is usually made up from business plans and a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). For ECDC to help close a deal as quickly as possible, it is helpful to explain the strategy, marketing and infrastructure you need. This will allow us to create the best deal book for your company and achieve the best results.
Discuss your goals and targets in depth
We at ECDC will thoroughly discuss your goals and targets, such as what kind of bank, strategic partners and lawyers will be of most help to your business. In order to achieve success, we set realistic goals and discuss how your company can achieve these. Whether it is approaching local targets or strategic partners or whether there are companies that can provide your business with goods or services, we will ensure you consider your options carefully.
At ECDC we also estimate key business metrics to help you appeal to investors. We are always honest with our partners, keeping in mind what is best for your business and in order to help you understand the potential investor’s point of view.
Help you in closing the deal
While we will strive to help you along every step of closing a deal with strategic partners, there may be a point where we at ECDC are unable to help you. Closing the deal is a serious undertaking and ECDC might not fully possess all the skills required. Usually, a bank, a specialized attorney, a valuation expert and an accountant will be required when finalizing the deal. It is important that you “paper over the deal” in a careful and professional matter, as it may influence how it is viewed by the Tax Authorities, the Financial Authorities and other stakeholders.
This website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell, a solicitation to buy, or a recommendation for any security, nor does it constitute an offer to provide investment advisory or other services by ECDC. In preparing the information contained in this website, we have not taken into account the investment needs, objectives and financial circumstances of any particular investor.