IMPENETRABLE BUSINESS FORMATION 

IMPENETRABLE BUSINESS FORMATION 

 

ARE YOU AN EARLY STAGE VENTURE?


If so we will help you develop your product, raise capital, and execute your Go-to-Market plan.  Early stage ventures do not have the same requirements nor can they use the same techniques as more established companies. This is where Phalanx Ventures can help.


About Phalanx Ventures, Inc
Phalanx works with early stage ventures that have highly disruptive technologies, products in emerging markets and global companies entering US markets. We provide specialized product development, business / channel development, and investment services geared toward these types of clients since traditional approaches for mainstream products do not work effectively for early stage ventures. 
 
The "Phalanx" Approach
We like to be involved as strategic outsource partners to ensure you successfully launch.  We rely on an internal and external virtual team of experts to ensure results.  More importantly this approach builds traction which is critical to show investors, partners, Board of Directors and customers.    
 
 

People. Process. Product.
Operating capital is essential for survival in this tough business climate.  There are multiple ways to get operating capital from least costly to most costly this includes: direct or indirect sales; strategic partners; private investors; and institutional rounds of funding.  Phalanx’s methodology evaluates the same 3 components that all these sources of operating capital are dependent upon: 1) your people; 2) your process; and 3) the product your taking to market.  Get those 3 things right and you will have the success you desire. 
 
Phalanx Execution Team
Phalanx’s methodology uses an internal and virtual team of experts to guide your product development, fund raising, business development efforts.  Most early ventures fail because of their inability to create near term traction due to a lack of funds, expertise, and a fully comercial ready product.  Phalanx leverages experts with the relevant experience and connections in your primary market as well as our own experience to drive traction for our clients.  Phalanx will assist you with intiating the revenue stream by calling on the expertise of a execution team.
 
Phalanx  Advisory & Investment Team
This is our senior team that leads and oversees all our projects and all interactions with external resources on your behalf.  These roles are aligned to the core 3-P approach Phalanx uses to evaluate your Peolple. Process. Product.


PHALANX Technology Solutions is a leading business services firm focusing on the end-to-end delivery of business and commercial applications with fixed-price, fixed-time contracts.  While many of our activities are technical in nature, everyone in the organization is committed to the business needs of our clients.

 

 

ARE YOU AN EARLY STAGE VENTURE?


If so we will help you develop your product, raise capital, and execute your Go-to-Market plan.  Early stage ventures do not have the same requirements nor can they use the same techniques as more established companies. This is where Phalanx Ventures can help.


About Phalanx Ventures, Inc
Phalanx works with early stage ventures that have highly disruptive technologies, products in emerging markets and global companies entering US markets. We provide specialized product development, business / channel development, and investment services geared toward these types of clients since traditional approaches for mainstream products do not work effectively for early stage ventures. 
 
The "Phalanx" Approach
We like to be involved as strategic outsource partners to ensure you successfully launch.  We rely on an internal and external virtual team of experts to ensure results.  More importantly this approach builds traction which is critical to show investors, partners, Board of Directors and customers.    
 
 

People. Process. Product.
Operating capital is essential for survival in this tough business climate.  There are multiple ways to get operating capital from least costly to most costly this includes: direct or indirect sales; strategic partners; private investors; and institutional rounds of funding.  Phalanx’s methodology evaluates the same 3 components that all these sources of operating capital are dependent upon: 1) your people; 2) your process; and 3) the product your taking to market.  Get those 3 things right and you will have the success you desire. 
 
Phalanx Execution Team
Phalanx’s methodology uses an internal and virtual team of experts to guide your product development, fund raising, business development efforts.  Most early ventures fail because of their inability to create near term traction due to a lack of funds, expertise, and a fully comercial ready product.  Phalanx leverages experts with the relevant experience and connections in your primary market as well as our own experience to drive traction for our clients.  Phalanx will assist you with intiating the revenue stream by calling on the expertise of a execution team.
 
Phalanx  Advisory & Investment Team
This is our senior team that leads and oversees all our projects and all interactions with external resources on your behalf.  These roles are aligned to the core 3-P approach Phalanx uses to evaluate your Peolple. Process. Product.


PHALANX Technology Solutions is a leading business services firm focusing on the end-to-end delivery of business and commercial applications with fixed-price, fixed-time contracts.  While many of our activities are technical in nature, everyone in the organization is committed to the business needs of our clients.

 

 

 

 

 
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Phalanx
early stage client is one in the Government, Energy, Life Sciences / Healthcare, or Information Technology (IT) markets offering truly unique products that may find itself in one or more of the following stages:

Insufficiently established to attract venture capital

Undecided on an exit strategy

Not quite finished developing the technology

In need of direction prior to execution 
 


 

 
A
Phalanx
early stage client is one in the Government, Energy, Life Sciences / Healthcare, or Information Technology (IT) markets offering truly unique products that may find itself in one or more of the following stages:

Insufficiently established to attract venture capital

Undecided on an exit strategy

Not quite finished developing the technology

In need of direction prior to execution 
 

United States: New Guidance on Broker-Dealers vs. Finders (01 June 2010 Article by Jeffrey Blomberg and David Guin of Withers Bergman LLP)

As the economy begins to recover from a severe recession, new companies are being formed and existing companies are trying to grow their businesses. With bank credit still scarce, many companies turn to "finders" to help identify potential investors. Finders are generally defined as intermediaries who help locate investors but who do not register with the SEC as broker-dealers under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Exchange Act").  Registering as a broker-dealer is expensive, time-consuming and subjects the broker-dealer to SEC regulatory oversight; thus, there are many reasons why an intermediary seeks to be categorized as a finder rather than as a broker-dealer. However, companies that use intermediaries to assist in the sale of securities must be extremely cautious when working with a finder who may be required to register as a broker-dealer under the Exchange Act. In addition to the reputational risks to a company associated with such a mistake, contracts entered into in violation of the Exchange Act and its rules and regulations are subject to being deemed void.  Therefore, if a purchaser of a company's securities uses an unregistered broker-dealer, the purchaser may be able to void the purchase and seek rescission of its investment in the company.

United States: New Guidance on Broker-Dealers vs. Finders (01 June 2010 Article by Jeffrey Blomberg and David Guin of Withers Bergman LLP)

As the economy begins to recover from a severe recession, new companies are being formed and existing companies are trying to grow their businesses. With bank credit still scarce, many companies turn to "finders" to help identify potential investors. Finders are generally defined as intermediaries who help locate investors but who do not register with the SEC as broker-dealers under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "Exchange Act").  Registering as a broker-dealer is expensive, time-consuming and subjects the broker-dealer to SEC regulatory oversight; thus, there are many reasons why an intermediary seeks to be categorized as a finder rather than as a broker-dealer. However, companies that use intermediaries to assist in the sale of securities must be extremely cautious when working with a finder who may be required to register as a broker-dealer under the Exchange Act. In addition to the reputational risks to a company associated with such a mistake, contracts entered into in violation of the Exchange Act and its rules and regulations are subject to being deemed void.  Therefore, if a purchaser of a company's securities uses an unregistered broker-dealer, the purchaser may be able to void the purchase and seek rescission of its investment in the company.


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