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Private Equity

is like a financial makeover for companies. Investors pool their money to buy and revamp non-public businesses, aiming to increase their value and eventually sell them for a profit. It's like a strategic investment approach focused on the potential glow-up of companies that aren't traded on the stock market.

  • Profit Potential: The main goal is to make money. Private equity firms aim to buy low, enhance the company's value, and sell high, raking in a tidy profit.

  • Long-Term Vision: Unlike public markets that might get obsessed with short-term gains, private equity can afford to take a longer view. This can be beneficial for strategic, sustainable growth.

  • Access to Capital: Companies under private equity management can tap into additional funds for expansion, innovation, or restructuring, which might be harder to secure in public markets.

  • Operational Improvements: Private equity firms aren't just about throwing money around; they often roll up their sleeves and actively work on improving the operations and efficiency of the companies they invest in.

The Challenge

Private equity has its share of hurdles:

  • Lengthy Investment Cycles

  • Reputation Risks

  • Fundraising Challenges

  • Financing Risks

  • Difficulty in Valuation

  • Political and Economic Instability

  • Industry-Specific Risks

  • Competition for Investments

  • Regulatory Challenges

  • Capital Intensity

  • Operational Headaches

  • Risk of Loss

  • Market Sensitivity

  • Macroeconomic Factors

  • Technology Disruption

  • Limited Access to Quality Deals

The Solution

Executive Interim Management is a modern managerial solution, in which an experienced senior executive or a complete team is temporarily engaged by a company to address a specific leadership challenge on a short-term basis. 

An Executive Interim Manager is a highly experienced senior executive typically engaged for a few months to provide leadership, drive change, address a specific issue, or manage complex projects. Key characteristics include experience, seniority, immediate availability, project orientation and operational hands-on approach.

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Executive Interim Management
for Central and Eastern Europe

We design and implement individual project-based business solutions and together with our industry experts lead companies through transformations to unlock their full potential.

Our Managing Partner stands personally by your side from the project definition, evaluation of the interim manager, through the whole project, until completion, and hand-over, to ensure the agreed objectives are achieved and stay within your organization.

Our Executive Interim Managers have local or international backgrounds, they have studied, lived, and worked in various countries and go through rigorous evaluation processes following a methodology specifically designed for demanding cross-cultural interim missions.

Over the recent decade, we have performed hundreds of successful missions predominantly in Central and Eastern Europe, but also in Asia, the Middle East, and the USA.

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