From Idea to Capital Raising<br />Presented by <br />Dan Liszka<br />Managing Director <br />Alchemy Innovation <br />Deve...
New business initiatives<br /><ul><li>Is it novel?
Is there are market?
Does it work?
Phase 1 – working the concept
Phase 2 – invention phase
Phase 3 – commercialisation</li></ul>Define where you or your <br />company is at.<br />
New business initiatives & products<br />Commercialisation options:<br /><ul><li>Integration – exploit IP
Capitalisation –raise funds using IP
Licensing – on-sell IP</li></li></ul><li>Value drivers:<br /><ul><li>IP
Brand, trademarks
Financials & reporting
Website
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100418 From Idea To Capital Raising Short Version

  1. 1. From Idea to Capital Raising<br />Presented by <br />Dan Liszka<br />Managing Director <br />Alchemy Innovation <br />Development Pty Ltd.<br />Funded by:<br />
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  3. 3. New business initiatives<br /><ul><li>Is it novel?
  4. 4. Is there are market?
  5. 5. Does it work?
  6. 6. Phase 1 – working the concept
  7. 7. Phase 2 – invention phase
  8. 8. Phase 3 – commercialisation</li></ul>Define where you or your <br />company is at.<br />
  9. 9. New business initiatives & products<br />Commercialisation options:<br /><ul><li>Integration – exploit IP
  10. 10. Capitalisation –raise funds using IP
  11. 11. Licensing – on-sell IP</li></li></ul><li>Value drivers:<br /><ul><li>IP
  12. 12. Brand, trademarks
  13. 13. Financials & reporting
  14. 14. Website
  15. 15. Marketing collateral
  16. 16. Plant and equipment
  17. 17. Property / leases
  18. 18. Customer relationship management & systems</li></li></ul><li>Trade with an exit in mind.<br />Exit options:<br /><ul><li>IPO – ASX listing. Costs
  19. 19. trade sale </li></ul>Succession options:<br /><ul><li>Pursue strategy to build value into offering
  20. 20. Significance on PE at sale</li></li></ul><li>Why equity capital?<br /><ul><li>Debt vs equity</li></ul>Options available:<br /><ul><li>Venture capital
  21. 21. Angel Investors
  22. 22. IPO
  23. 23. Personal Offers
  24. 24. Matching services – ASSOB & Wholesale Investor</li></li></ul><li>
  25. 25. Matching Services<br /><ul><li>Australian Small Scale Offerings Board </li></ul>– website, publication, secondary board<br /><ul><li>Wholesale Investor – www.wholesaleinvestor.com.au. </li></ul> Website & Publication. Claim $13mil raised.<br /><ul><li>Others</li></li></ul><li>
  26. 26. ASSOB<br />The Australian Small Scale Offerings Board (www.assob.com.au) is the largest<br />platform for showcasing investment opportunities in high-growth, unlisted Australian companies.<br /><ul><li>Almost $100M equity capital raised via ASSOB
  27. 27. Over 200 companies have listed on ASSOB
  28. 28. Currently more than $500M market cap listed on ASSOB
  29. 29. ASSOB operates the only secondary board in Australia serving the unlisted sector
  30. 30. Based on the current running rate over 100 companies are expected to list on ASSOB this year.</li></li></ul><li>
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  33. 33. The Alchemy Innovation Development Team?<br />Experience in developing and taking to market <br />new technologies and early stage entrepreneurial <br />business concepts. <br />
  34. 34. +61 1300 308 882<br />info@alchemyequities.com.au<br />www.alchemyequities.com.au<br />
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