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Business Development of Commercial & Public Sector - DWillis

Stages of business Development
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David Willis

on 6 December 2010

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Transcript of Business Development of Commercial & Public Sector - DWillis

Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Begin Building a Team of Advisors Find the best engineer to build our prototype Find the best booking engine provider Build a target VC list Bring a thought leader in the Corporate Housing By Owner segment onto the team Partner with a top level executive with 20+ years experience working for Oakwood, BridgeStreet or Aboda Find the best enterprise portal
Begin Prototype Continue Developing & Testing Platform Begin reaching out to VC firms Demo our platform to large corporate housing companies Test out platform on CHBO.com's inventory Search for CMO, and CTO Choose the VC firms that fits our strategy best Add the final pieces to our managment team
Prepare product for launch Launch Product Refine Product & Strategy Growth Phase Exit $$$$ Explore Different Exit Strategies The Foundation Product Development, Financing & Team Building Launch, Growth & Exit Business Development Phases
for Commercial, Industrial & Public Sector Market Research Draft Strategy Procurement Options
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