This is the response I was referring to:
We are open to the output being in any format (Word, PPT, Excel) as long as all the information requested is represented.
As a sample here follows a possible outline for an output on power point:
- brief description of the sources and process you used to capture the information
- Overview of sub-segments (summary of your research, i.e. chart of proposed sub-segments, with their application, growth etc...)
- Overview of targets (summary of best possible targets listed in order from best to worst, i.e. their revenue, EBITDA, location, ownership, and reason for recommendation)
- individual analysis of each sub-segment (listed in overview sub-segment slide)
- overview of sub-segemnt (description, application, etc...)
- outlook of sub-segment (growth)
- key players in the sub-segment
- proposed targets for sub-segment
- repeat for all sub-segments
- appendix (any additional information you found that you think would be helpful)
There was a follow-up question, but you responded just yesterday.
"There is no need to have detailed financial information for all the potentially attractive companies you identify."
And, there was a question asked back in December, but you also responded just yesterday.
"...our challenge is very broad by design. Feel free to frame it the way you consider most appropriate. There might be interesting industrial segments and companies along the several value chains."
If at all possible, please grant us a little more time to submit our work, based on your recent responses.