Investment Criteria

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Rouge Investments is looking to invest in smaller companies, hoping to make them more profitable. However, there are certain criteria that Rouge Investments is looking at in order to make these investments. The business criteria that we look at include: Management team, Market opportunities, Growth potential, Competitive advantage, Technology and Exit strategy. When looking at the management team of your company we look for teams of quality entrepreneurs that have a record of strong leadership and performance. This track record is either in the company’s specific industry or in prior entrepreneurial ventures. We look at the teams commitment to their business venture and your ability to instill confidence in future investors, employees, and potential customers. Also, the credibility of your team is essential since we will be working together as a team. Rouge Investments looks for solutions that address major problems for relatively large target markets. Your company must have a significant claim share of this market. Rouge Investments realizes that there are plenty of ideas for businesses out there, but not all will fit the criteria that Rouge has set out. Therefore, providing a solution to a problem with a large potential market is essential. Rouge Investments is looking for companies that have the ability to grow quickly and manage the quick growth successfuly. Your company must show how it plans to generate profits beyond the initial product idea. Do you have plans that achieve multiple sources of revenue? We will also want financial projections. These projections must be based on sound assumptions, while demonstrating consistent profits and cash flow growth. Your company must have some company secrets that set you apart from competitors or provide walls that prevent other companies from stealing your customers with a similar product. Characteristics…...

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