Professional Services

Strategic Business Planning

The creation of an ad hoc strategy makes more effective the action plan designed to increase the industrial development of the company. We assist SMEs and large firms, differentiating the concept of operations depending on the objective to be achieved. A good business plan must convey its content in a simple and practical, with no chance of misunderstanding. The language used should be straightforward and easy to understand, it must submit a final goal with the specific milestones (milestone), characterized by tangible and measurable characteristics. Each milestone involves activities that involve the appointment of responsible manager, the budgeting and the setting of specific deadlines. The proposed development activities of the business ideas and the budgets estimated need to be reliable and realistic. Goals and action plans that are unrealistic deprive value to the practical implementation of the business plan.

Finding Community Funds, National, Regional in support of entrepreneurial projects

Research, Analysis and Support for the access and the use of financial funds for enterprises is one of our main focus. Companies often lack of the structure and the time to closely follow the complex world of the finance. Growing up, pursue a logic of development, is an investment in your business. This is often hampered by lack of financial resources. To take advantage of reductions, incentives and tools designed to support subsidized finance investment projects (Structural, experimental development activities, industrial research and internationalization) is certainly an advantage for the company and often makes the difference.

Project Management

We support the company as an operating executive arm for the creation of an entrepreneurial project. The set of activities are intended to achieve the objectives of the project products and/or services and/or specific outcomes that will benefit or added value to the customer. The project will be placed in a definite period of time differing from the operating processes that are permanent or semi-permanent and are intended to produce the same product on a repetitive or service. Just the very different nature of these activities requires the development of philosophies, attitudes and approaches for their management. The main challenge of the project management is to achieve the goals of the project remaining within the scope established by traditional restrictions determined by the context of the client, usually the cost, time and purpose (meaning also the quality). The secondary challenge - but no less ambitious - is to optimize the allocation of resources and integrate the inputs needed to achieve the defined objectives. Finally, these challenges must be brought forward by solving problems and mitigating the risks that each project, to varying degrees, could still find on its path.

Assistance for participation in International Tenders

he tenders are international business opportunities financed by international organizations related to the supply of foreign governments. They may originate mainly from: • projects funded by multilateral bodies in developing countries • humanitarian emergencies in countries affected by natural disasters and / or conflicts • supplies to central and local governments in EU countries The tenders may include: • services such as counseling, technical assistance • provision of goods • execution of work The main business opportunities can be identified in the following areas: • Environment • Construction • educational • Energy • information & communication technology • Medical • Transport Assistance is provided with the objective to support and guide companies in the enacting world of international competitive bidding and to increase the participation of local companies in initiatives and projects that have as their objective the consolidation in the markets of strategic importance.

Support the establishment of Joint Venture

Joint Venture means agreement of collaboration between two or more companies, whose union defines a new, legally independent, entity. Companies that agree to work are aimed to realize an industrial or commercial project that meets the synergetic use of resources brought by the individual participating companies, as well as the equitable sharing of risks related to the investment. A joint venture provides for two types of agreements: contract and corporate law. The first one does not create a joint company but only an agreement between the parties finalized to a joint initiative which goal is to manage and then dividing the profits. The second one is a contract that is characterized by the discipline of the joint enterprise, the relationship between the partners and the distribution of profits.