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Partnering & Financing Support

Fund Raising and partnering are relatively similar activities from a metholodogy standpoint. 

For start-up companies, fund raising should be personalized by the CEO. Partnering can, sometimes, be delegated to BD personel or consulting support.

In both cases, methodologic support in preparing and / or implementing the exercise is often needed especially for the most early start-up. Having worked with VCs, Big Pharma and Start-up companies (both Medtech & Biotech) e4e6 Consulting can effectively support CEOs and management teams with fund raising / partnering activities. 

This includes:

  • Communication documents design

  • Due Diligence preparation and support

  • Investors Outreach and relation monitoring

  • Negotation support

On the buyer side, e4e6 consulting can also provide support to investors / mature companies in assessing opportunities

Example of Assigments

  • Supported a consortium of major European VCs with commercial assessment in due diligence for Anokion, a Swiss based preclinical Biotech (Series A: CHF 33 Mio). This included “Disease Dossiers” for 4 pathologies, Primary research (US and EU specialists interviews) and Product commercial potential assessment (in various indications) & Indication prioritization.

  • Performed several commercial due diligences for VCs in various therapeutic areas such:

    • Cardiac surgery: Polymer-based technology platform

    • Obesity: New device concept

    • Urology: Connected device (e-health)

    • Oncology: Machine Learning device

  • Supported a French medtech CEO with its company creation, business planning and fund raising activities (Urology Connected Device)

  • Supported a French biotech with its business planning and in-licensing activities (Anti-infective)

Given the experience and background of his founder, e4e6 Consulting brings its clients the point of view and deep knowledge of both VCs, Big Pharma and Biotech / Medtech  companies. It also integrates other expertises in the projects relying on a network of priviledged partners

Case Studies

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