FAQ
1. What does KHP Marketing Consultancy do?

We help entrepreneurs get ready to raise capital. This usually consists of some or all of the following services: > Business plan development
> Financial forecast development
> Investor presentation preparation
> Strategy development Market research and analysis
> Competitor research and analysis
> Financial analysis
> General coaching and advisory services
> Capital formation strategy
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> Provide Drinks And Liquors

2. What industries do you specialize in?

We take pride in our ability to learn the fundamentals of virtually any industry or technology quickly. Some of the markets we have served include green technologies, medical devices, biotechnology, Internet/e-commerce, telecommunications, distance education/e-learning, real estate, financial services, healthcare services, manufacturing, retail, food service, consumer products but rather an understanding of what investors like to see in a potential opportunity.

3. Can you guarantee that our plan will raise capital?

Of course not. Nobody can make that guarantee (and if somebody ever makes that guarantee, it’s a good idea to run away quickly). A good plan is essential, but a plan alone will not get funded. Although we will do our best to help you prepare, we have no control over how well you present yourselves to investors, or how well you answer their questions. We can coach and we can mentor, but at the end of the day, it’s your business and you must close the deal.

4. Can I help you raise money?

We can sometimes make strategic introductions to potential investors or other intermediaries.

5. Do we really need a business plan?

If you run a business, then it’s probably safe to say yes. In fact, you may require more than one business plan: one for raising capital and one for running your business. The former is a compact, easily digested strategic document that is designed to persuade potential investors to pick up the phone and invite you to their offices for an initial meeting. The former needs to be an attractive document that sells; the latter can be a collection of spreadsheets, lists, research summaries, and other documents stuffed in a binder that you refer to and update on a regular basis. We specialize in preparing the capital-raising business plan, but many of the by-products are suitable for use in the operating business plan.

6. What makes your business plans so special?

Most importantly, they work. In a world in which fewer than 1 in 250 business plans ever raise venture capital, we are happy to report that about half of our plans have raised capital, and a good portion of the rest resulted in an acquisition or currently have commitments for investment from prior round investors. Each plan is hand crafted to reflect the client’s specific circumstances, yet share attributes that investors find appealing.

7. Can you work any faster?

Yes, but we may need to charge a “rush” fee. We typically work on multiple projects at any point in time, and rush projects can strain our schedules or inconvenience other clients.

8. How long will it take us to raise capital?

If you have everything investors are looking for, perhaps 6-12 months. A few raise capital more quickly. Some never raise any capital. A lot depends on the nature of your opportunity and the effort you put into the pursuit of capital.

9. Is our company at the right stage to be looking for capital?

We would be happy to assess your situation, free of charge. Please contact us.

10. Why should we hire a consultant to write our business plan instead of doing it ourselves?

You could easily spend 500 hours or more preparing an investor-grade business plan, financial forecast, and investor presentation, even if you have an MBA. This is time you should probably be spending building your team, product, distribution channels, and customer base. In addition to our expertise in preparing these materials, we offer independent, third-party insights into your business, and may raise questions that you might not have thought to ask.