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sustainable success stories

align purpose with smart strategies to accelerate seed-to-success

Our seed-to-success model

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Our seed-to-success model is a unique and powerful facilitation resource and support alignment, to secure critical data, knowledge, strategies, networks and funds for venture success. Each seed-to-success story follows our 5-phase cultivation cycle over 5 years:

PHASE 1 Application: Click the button below to submit your application.

PHASE 2 Assessment (2 weeks): Our assessment process is intensive, following a checklist of criteria to help understand and improve the vision, purpose and objectives. A global assessment team is allocated to test, research, improve and validate a sustainable vision plan that includes financial and exit strategies, presented in an Opportunity Report (50pp).

PHASE 3 Planning (8 weeks): To generate the best seed-to-success stories, the Opportunity Report is reviewed in great detail with collaborative team effort, to document a thorough Business Model Report (150pp), including operational and financial plans, a team chart, roles and responsibilities, key deliverables and a financial capital securement plan*.

PHASE 4 Implementation (5 years): This is a collaborative process cultivated over 5 years, or until a liquidity event is achieved. To help manage productivity, decision-making and implementation an assigned Catallyze global team is custom-curated to support clients to lead their vision with momentum for success. Our clients can interview candidates to make the final team selection. Our team members are compensated by group retainers, commissions on securing financial capital, fees for non-exclusive services and equity options granted on achieving targeted outcomes.

PHASE 5 Liquidity: What’s your exit strategy? We identify opportunities and timeframes to execute a successful trade sale or timely opening of shares to public market exchanges, identified during the Implementation phase.

* We offer five sources of capital: revenue, grants, corporate sponsorship, debt and investment.L