Our Market Due Diligence helps investors make the most impactful decisions during the investment process.
Analysis of customer demographics, needs and pain-points
Analysis of competitor strategies, pricing, positioning and SWOT
Comprehensive market sizing and future growth projections
Insights into opportunities for investment growth strategies
Evaluation of Trends
Evaluate specific industry trends, market drivers, and barriers to entry
Overall industry outlook and Five Forces strategy model
"Bainbridge's Market Due Diligence helped my partners and I decide if our decision to invest in a construction company was going to be profitable."
- Partner, Private Equity Firm
"Bainbridge is a valued partner for us. The Bainbridge team is responsive, hard-working and always strives to provide in-depth due diligence for our deals."
- Principal, Large Private Equity Firm
"Bainbridge is a great source of quality market due diligence for us. I appreciate the partnership that I have with the team there."
- Managing Director, Private Equity Firm
How it Works
Step 1: What are we really buying?
Effective acquirers systematically test a deal’s strategic logic by building a bottom-up view of the target organization and the industry it operates in. This draws from Bainbridge's 360-degree research approach including customers, suppliers, and competitors in the industry.
Step 2: Where are the synergies?
Use the due diligence process to carefully distinguish between different kinds of synergies, and then estimate both their potential value and the probability that they can be realized.
Step 3: Where are the skeletons?
The due diligence process can uncover skeletons in regards to the target's management structure, sales process, and customer relations. Due diligence will give the client an understanding of all their target's pain-points before completing the acquisition.
Step 4: Is the target integration ready?
Our research and analysis helps you draw the most out of your investment by preparing you for integration issues, ownership-structure, and a profitable exit plan before the acquisition is even complete.