Ventures Client Projects
Business Model Development Service
A Jonesboro, AR, health technology startup hired Eighteen Ventures to research and prepare
a business model for a proposed patient monitoring device for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). The proposed technology solution
will be used to reduce safety net hospitals' costly readmission rates associate with CHF. The new company is headed by a practicing
cardiologist with extensive experience treating heart conditions.
The completed business model will be used to
prepare National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Phase I grant funding proposals. In addition the business strategy document will be used to attract and secure private capital
investments from either venture capitalists, business angels or corporate venture capitalists.
SBIR Phase I Proposal Development and Small Business Development Services
A Manhattan Beach, CA health technology startup hired Eighteen Ventures to (1) research
and prepare a National Institutes of Health (NIH) SBIR Phase I proposal for independent Nurse Practitioners (NP) offices.
In fact, the proposed innovative healthcare IT solution fully integrates the performances of NPs and Medical Assistances (MAs),
leading to enhancing productivity, visiting with more patients per day, and reducing healthcare service delivery costs. The
company's founder and CEO is a retired physician.
the startup's proposed healthcare IT concept and organizational development strategies, Eighteen Ventures will produce a comprehensive,
realistic, functional business plan.
Business Plan Development and Private Sector Capital Fundraising Services
A Rochester, NY small emerging firm hired Eighteen Ventures to prepare a business plan
and help the company find potential private sector capital investors for its Life Improvement Portal (LIP) Glucose Monitoring
System (GMS). The device is designed for persons with vision and hearing disabilities. Also, the LIP GMS project was originally
funded by the U.S. Department of Education SBIR program.
Ventures worked with the company's owner to produce a business plan. More importantly, the document's two-page executive summary
was used to attract private sector capital investors. This whole effort resulted in the company connecting with and
making a funding presentation to a health technology focused New York City venture capital firm.
learn more specific information about Eighteen Ventures' services, please visit our Consulting Services webpage.
Please contact Mr. Darrell Williams today, at Darrell@Eighteenventures.com or
(305) 322-2443, to learn how Eighteen Ventures can help you succeed.