repetitive Value Creation model

Being able to select the right companies in which to invest is crucial, but even more important is the ability to create value from the very first day.

Our hands-on, repetitive model of Value Creation helps Partner Companies become stronger, more efficient and profitable while setting the right foundation for future growth and sustainability.

“We invest wisely and build trust relationships, putting value creation first so that our partners and investors share in our success.”
Albert Alsina, Founder and CEO
Value steps
Value Steps
Social Operating System
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Definition and implementation of a Social Operating System or Corporate Governance with monthly board meetings, management meetings, audit committees and strategic sessions that are combined with informal touch-points with employees at different levels.

The right person in the right job
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Having the right person in the right job is key for the success of any company. We spend significant time with the entrepreneur reviewing employee profiles, performances and potential, and make changes where necessary to ensure all employees are in the job that best fits their skill set, experience, knowledge and ambitions.

Three Wide Enterprise Processes
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Definition and implementation of the 3 Wide Enterprise Processes that are essential for a strong and efficient operation:
• Strategic process
• Human Resources process
• Budgeting process

Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)
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Close monitoring of the company’s Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s):
• Cash
• Growth
• Customers
• Velocity
• Profits

Diligent and comprehensive follow-up
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Diligent and comprehensive follow-up must be done regularly to ensure the appropriate implementation of the business strategy, to verify that the right people are in the appropriate positions, that budgets are under control and KPI’s met on a consistent basis.

Focus on Execution
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All throughout the implementation of the Value Creation model, we focus on execution while ensuring the elements of the model are implemented appropriately in order to achieve the agreed business objectives.