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New Deals

Visionary investments with strategic insight

The Big Idea

In private equity, having a big idea means identifying groundbreaking opportunities that others may overlook, envisioning transformative business models, and strategically positioning for exponential growth. At Clear Vision Clear Path, Inc., we leverage deep industry insights and innovative thinking to recognize potential in emerging markets, underutilized assets, or disruptive technologies. A big idea in private equity drives value creation, fuels competitive advantage, and catalyzes significant returns. It embodies the ambition to turn visionary concepts into reality, reshaping industries and creating lasting economic impact. With a big idea, we’re not just investing in a company—we’re investing in a future of limitless possibilities.

Listening Before Thinking

We are resolute in our practice of listening before thinking. Heuristic thinking is often antithetical to discovery. We believe listening first is crucial in fund management and deal identification and acquisition for several reasons:

Understanding Market Needs & Trends

Comprehensive Insights: Listening to industry experts, market analysts, and stakeholders provides us with invaluable insights into current market trends, challenges, and opportunities.

Adaptability: By listening first, we, as fund managers can adapt our strategies to align with market needs and investor expectations, ensuring that decisions are relevant and timely.

Building Strong Relationships

Trust and Credibility: Actively listening to potential acquisition targets, partners, and investors builds trust and establishes credibility. It shows respect and understanding, fostering stronger, more cooperative relationships.

Identifying True Value: Through attentive listening, we as fund managers can uncover the genuine value propositions of potential deals, beyond just the financial metrics. This helps in identifying synergistic opportunities that might otherwise be overlooked.

Effective Negotiation

Understanding Motivations: In deal negotiations, listening helps understand the motivations and concerns of the other party. This knowledge is critical for crafting proposals that are mutually beneficial and for achieving favorable terms.

Building Rapport: Effective listening helps build rapport and fosters a collaborative rather than adversarial negotiation atmosphere, leading to more successful deal outcomes and enduring relationships.

Informed Decision Making

Holistic View: Listening provides a fuller picture, incorporating diverse perspectives and insights that might be missed when thinking in isolation. This leads to more informed and balanced decision-making.

Risk Mitigation: By listening to various stakeholders, we can identify potential risks and challenges early on, allowing for proactive risk mitigation strategies.

Innovation & Strategic Growth

Identifying Opportunities: By listening to new ideas, feedback, and emerging trends, we, as fund managers, can identify innovative opportunities for growth and strategic expansion.

Continuous Improvement: Listening to feedback from past deals and ongoing operations allows for continuous improvement in fund management practices and acquisition strategies.

In Summary...

In summary, listening before thinking enables Clear Vision Clear Path to gather essential information, build stronger relationships, make informed decisions, negotiate effectively, and drive innovation, ultimately leading to more successful fund management and deal acquisition outcomes.

What You Need

How to Prepare

If you believe that you have an outstanding business opportunity there is a checklist you can follow to make your idea complete before presenting it to us.  We are here to help if you have questions along the way and we often like to have initial meetings online to meet one another and set a map to greater collaboration. 

We encourage you to not fall into the fallacy that smaller deals are more easily funded.  Quite often larger deals are easier to fund as they are rarer and fund managers of large funds have finite bandwidth to track and manage their positions.  Small positions make that job harder; not easier.

To speed your deal along requires thorough preparation, strategic planning, and strong presentation skills. Don’t perseverate on perfection but give your idea the credence you’d like others to give it before presenting it.  Here’s what you need:

By ensuring you have these elements in place, you can effectively seek funding with even multi-billion-dollar opportunities and significantly increase your chances of securing investment.
  • Detailed Executive Summary: Concisely describe the business opportunity, including the market need, solution, and potential impact.
  • Financial Projections: Provide robust financial models showing revenue, profit, and cash flow projections for at least the next 3-5 years.  List assumptions and sources for how you arrived at certain assumptions.
  • Market Analysis: Demonstrate a deep understanding of the market, including size, growth trends, competitive landscape, and target audience.

Growth Strategy: Outline clear and achievable growth strategies, such as market expansion, product development, acquisitions, mergers and acquisitions.

    • Experienced Leadership: Highlight the expertise and track record of the management team, emphasizing relevant industry experience and past successes.
    Advisory Board: Showcase a strong advisory board with industry veterans and experts who can add credibility and provide strategic guidance.  Don’t be afraid to reach out to people.
  • Unique Selling Points: Clearly articulate what makes your opportunity unique and superior to competitors.

Competitive Advantage: Demonstrate sustainable competitive advantages, such as proprietary technology, intellectual property, or exclusive partnerships.

  • Historical Performance: Provide audited financial statements showing strong historical performance, if applicable.  A well-reasoned 5-year proforma substitutes for financials in a start-up scenario.

Revenue Streams: Detail diverse and sustainable revenue streams, emphasizing recurring revenue models where possible.

  • Risk Identification: Identify potential risks, including market, operational, financial, and regulatory risks.
  • Mitigation Strategies: Provide comprehensive risk mitigation strategies and contingency plans.
    • Potential Exits: Outline potential exit strategies for the fund, such as IPO, acquisition, or secondary market sales.
  • Compelling Narrative: Create a compelling narrative that tells the story of your opportunity in an engaging and persuasive manner.
  • Professional Design: Ensure the pitch deck is professionally designed, visually appealing, and easy to follow.
  • Data Room: Prepare a secure data room with all necessary documents, including financials, contracts, IP, and legal documents.
  • Transparency: Be transparent and forthcoming with information during the due diligence process.

Influential Backers: If possible, have influential backers or endorsements to add credibility and attract interest.

  • Align Interests: Ensure your opportunity aligns with our broad investment thesis, sector foci, and strategic objectives.
  • Customized Pitch: Tailor your pitch to address the specific interests and criteria our fund.

Clear, Open & Honest: Core Tenants


At our Clear Vision Clear Path, transparency is at the core of our operations. We are committed to maintaining open and honest communication with our investors, portfolio companies, and stakeholders. Our practices ensure that all financial reporting, decision-making processes, and performance metrics are clear and accessible. We provide comprehensive and timely updates, fostering a culture of accountability and trust. By adhering to stringent ethical standards and regulatory compliance, we guarantee that our actions align with our commitment to integrity. Our dedication to transparency not only builds strong, lasting relationships but also empowers all parties involved to make informed and confident decisions.