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Value Creation for Our Clients

Posted By Charles Roxin CMC, Monday, February 27, 2012
The past four years have not been the best for many companies, especially smaller ones. In the start up world, statistics are clear. In spite of hype, traction has been difficult, and the die off has been severe. In addition, many companies sacrifice value in the market in the hope that a miracle will occur when an early exit would capture at least some value.

IMC members are actually better positioned than many other professionals to identify potential value in a company, and capture it. We've been looking at value creation systematically using the VRIO model. Value is a firm's ability to exploit its resources and deal with threats. Rarity means that not many other firms have it. Imitabilty refers to how easy it is to imitate. And Organization...well we know what that is. The firm has the structure and infrastructure to get the job done.

These are concrete factors that can be used to increase a client's strength and profitability, or it can be used to engineer an early exit if that seems like a useful strategic move. Please let me know if you want to know more.
Chuck Roxin

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