When a manufacturer and distributor of a new medical device announced an IPO, hedge funds sat up straight and took notice. But before making an investment decision, analysts needed to understand the true potential of the product.
Making the right bets — and steering clear of the wrong ones — requires in-depth understanding of a company, its competitors, customers, and regulatory environment. For this reason, a credit lender tapped Guidepoint to get smart on a potential deal.
An asset management firm considering the purchase of a regional airline needed a deep understanding of the local market and cooperative arrangements with national carriers.
A Beijing-based tech advisory firm needed to get up to speed quickly on the taxi-hailing app industry for a client seeking to understand the market opportunity and the competitive landscape.
To prepare for a key presentation at a medical conference, a biotech firm turned to Guidepoint to conduct a comprehensive survey of specialists.
A private equity firm specializing in the healthcare sector was evaluating a potential investment in a company developing a device with the potential to treat glaucoma patients.
A successful company will have a comprehensive knowledge of its products. They’ll know what it does, who uses it, and why.