Investment project screening
NOTE: Project screening service does not apply to per-per-month general marketing services, it’s exclusively for screened projects under pay-per-lead cooperation scheme. Please contact us with details, to understand better, which model suits your needs best.
Our Guidelines for Project Screening
- Understand the project goals and objectives: This is essential for any evaluation and screening process. Without a clear understanding of what we are trying to achieve, it will be difficult to determine whether or not the project was successful;
- Analyze present and projected, data to see if it meets goals: Not all data will be relevant, but we need to examine all of it to make informed decisions about the future of the project;
- Make changes when necessary: If the data shows that the project is not meeting its goals, then changes must be made to correct the course. We work with project founders to update the project documentation and objectives.
- Document the screening and evaluation process: This will help ensure that future evaluations are consistent and provide a basis for improvement.
By setting specific goals and objectives, collecting data, and analyzing that data, we can determine whether or not the project was successful. If it wasn’t, adjustments can be made to correct the course.
Investment screening is the practice of excluding investments from future portfolios based on social, environmental and governance criteria. It also includes weighting towards companies that perform better on these criteria and avoiding poor performers.
A lot of people can come up with an idea. Many of them can create a plan on how to achieve it, and some can see it through. Project screening is a first step to make the difference between having one idea and creating a successful long-term business.
But what is project screening? It’s not just as easy as saying “it worked!” and moving on to the next thing. To initially evaluate project performance and understand why it found success or failure, we must define what we’re trying to measure and how we will measure it.
This means setting specific goals for the project and determining what factors (cost, time, resources used, etc.) will influence whether or not the goal is achieved. At the Omega project we perform an initial analysis of project documentation readiness, overview of correctness in calculations and projections and research the target market / competition.
Once we have a business plan in place, it’s important to carry out the screening and evaluation. This means monitoring the project closely and analyse that data to see if it meets investor’s (and founder) goals and objectives and create discernable status reports.
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