Business Diligence

If a picture is worth a thousand words, in business, so is a number.

Why do you need Business Diligence?

business valuation

It ensures that the business is remunerative and based on valid assumptions. Helps startups to review discrepancies in business, if any. It is a critical step to track business's positioning in the industry

Investor Readiness

Investors invest their resources only in products / services that are promising. Investor diligence aims to unravel any hidden information and assess how well the business fits in with their current operations. It is done to avoid any surprises after the deal is signed

Core focus

Performing an effective due diligence will take time, resources and money. It is indeed a risk / opportunity assessment to determine the future sustainability of the business. Our structured approach enables us to conduct effective due diligence

Holds that performing this type of investigation contributes significantly to informed decision making by enhancing the amount and quality of information available to decision makers and by ensuring that this information is systematically used to deliberate,in a reflexive manner, on the decision at hand and all its costs, benefits, and risks.

Business diligence is a combination of investigation and validation of the business model to ensure it is remunerative and is based on valid assumptions. The diligence comprises of conducting background, financial, accounting and factual checks. The basic reason for doing this exercise is to make sure that the processes are aligned and there are no surprises after the deal is signed.


Business Diligence facilitates:

  • Review and analysis:
    o Financial matters
    o Technology/Intellectual property
    o Customers/sales
    o Related party transactions
    o Production related matters
  • Strategic fit with buyer
  • Competitive landscape
  • Company‚Äôs status and positioning
  • Business case formulation