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In order to create a repeatable process, a “factory,” TIF has standardized the Commercialization Platform. This creates significant economies of scale as investment dollars go further across the entire portfolio of companies. Some examples of this standardization include, but are not limited to the following steps to success;

  1. Establish a framework for Identifying, Launching, Accelerating and Governing technologies.
  2. Use an active Business Model (Product, Pricing, Promotion, Place, People, Processes, Profits) versus a linear Business “Plan” which is inflexible and not used by the majority of successful startups.
  3. Establish Operational Definitions for Business Model Stages of Development; Product Development, Product Validation, Business Model Validation, Business Model Acceleration and Business model Maturity.
  4. Define Metrics and Milestone to govern the advancement of Business Model Stages from one stage to the next.
  5. Centralize ALOHA Functions. This includes Accounting and Finance, Legal, select Operations, Human Resources and select Account Management activities.
  6. Form an Advisory Board to assist the Virtual CEO Team in progressing through the stages of Business Model Development.
  7. Utilize a real time, asynchronous IT collaboration system that manages and documents the Business Model Development process in an accountable and transparent fashion.
  8. Conduct monthly Stakeholder Review meetings to identify, prioritize, monitor and govern business model projects.
  9. Custom build a management team as progress is validated for the target market and key people are identified from within that target market.
  10. Provide a wide value proposition to investors to match investment needs with investor profile.