Executive Briefings and Due Diligence Services for Companies
sound investments, partnerships, and acquisition strategies in the education
space requires a foundation of market knowledge applied to your organization.
Mind and Hand Associates can work with you to understand how a potential
investment fits within the evolving educational and competitive landscape and
provide insight and data to support your decisions. We can also design and deliver customized
briefings for your executive team with market intelligence on specific aspects
of the higher education sector.
analyzed numerous educational organizations and bring expertise in higher
education, strategy, accounting, research and marketing to our client work. We
can help you determine if a potential investment is promising or unearth new
investment opportunities tailored to your organization's competencies and
We help companies with:
▪Research (qualitative and quantitative;
primary and secondary)
▪Building and/or confirming financial models
projects and presentations in this area include:
▪Executive Briefing on
For-Profit Higher Education. An investment
management company was considering an investment in the higher education market
and requested an executive briefing on the market for online education and the
for-profit education market including background, trends, and future expectations.
▪Due Diligence. Conducted primary and secondary research and
verified key information for a venture capital firm interested in purchasing an
international educational organization.
▪Executive Briefing on Online
Educational Services. An investment firm
considering a deal in the online education space requested a briefing about
trends in online education and what top schools consider when deciding whether
or not to offer online degrees.
▪Trends in Higher Education. For the Strategic Advisory Group meeting for a
major higher education service provider, delivered a presentation on Trends in
Higher Education, including the global market for higher education, demographics,
enrollments, economic pressures, and competitive forces.