COMPANIES SEEKING MARKETING SUPPORT FOR INVESTMENT AND M&A
SCORR understands the tremendous opportunities for rapid growth and high-multiple exits — we’re the only marketing partner you need to brand, position, and build continuity across your portfolio.
Even while you’re conducting due diligence on potential targets or startup ideas, SCORR can provide market research support to validate the market opportunity, as well as ensure the insights collected inform later positioning and business development strategies.
SCORR will also help you build a framework to quick-start new ventures and future M&A integrations seamlessly. From dozens of startups to large, global companies alike, SCORR has executed integration strategies, created new brands, managed public-facing PR/communications, and helped owners and investors rapidly build value.
Download this informative document to see how SCORR will support your company from pre-transaction through post-transaction and beyond.
COMPANIES POSITIONING FOR FUNDRAISING OR ACQUISITION
As you establish your company for fundraising or acquisition, ask what specific needs your market and its clients have that you fulfill. The company with the well-defined value proposition that effectively establishes a brand always stands out. SCORR will establish your reputation and generate visibility through a comprehensive, well-executed PR and visibility plan.
Above all, SCORR ensures you’ll be in the best position to articulate your company’s value. Download this informative document to see how SCORR will help your company achieve a successful financial outcome.
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“SCORR is wholly immersed in our industry. Specifically, their mergers and acquisitions expertise meant they could start strategizing immediately, with no learning period. SCORR delivers exceptional support from initial planning through tactical execution.”