Reports

For our team Reports are not just deliverables - they are a process of understanding the customer's requirements, analysing the ecosystem they are operating in and identifying key challenges and suggesting solutions to overcome these challenges. We involve the customer in each of this stage of the report generation process thus not just delivering a document but also helping them get clarity about their idea, business, ecosystem and challenges.

The key reports we generate are:-

Market assessment

We identify the key markets targeted by your product or service or business - the division will be in terms of domain, geographic region, demographic profile, etc. These key markets are analysed for market sizing, market trends and critical entry parameters.

Technology assessment

What is the innovative technology that defines this product, service or project? What is happening globally and regionally in this technology space? What is the dependant technology needed to build this product or service? These are some of the key topics addressed in our technology assessment reports.

Feasibility Study

The Feasibility Study report is a logical extension of the Market and Technology assessment reports - based on the market and technology data this project is analysed for commercial feasibility in terms of - is there a sufficient market for this project, is it reachable, is the technology unique and the best possible for this product or service, is the technology aligned to the market needs (high quality or low price etc.).

Business case

For a commercially feasible project we build a business case addressing key topics like what needs to be done to reach the target market, what are the key start-up costs and the scale of investment needed, what are the key revenue assumptions and how do the initial revenue projections look like. These aspects help us better understand the business and the next steps needed for building this business.

Business model

For a commercially feasible project we build a business case addressing key topics like what needs to be done to reach the target market, what are the key start-up costs and the scale of investment needed, what are the key revenue assumptions and how do the initial revenue projections look like. These aspects help us better understand the business and the next steps needed for building this business.

Industrial partnership mapping

For many businesses, start-ups and research commercialization projects the challenges they face can be effectively overcome by forming strategic partnerships with companies that have already overcome these challenges or operate at a different level of the value chain and have a potential solution for the challenge. Based on the requirements of the business we analyse the value chain of the business and the market ecosystem to identify potential industrial partnerships that are relevant to the next steps of this business.