LD #6: Investor Readiness with Lalabu, Simple Babywearing
Lalabu, an innovator in the baby-wearing space, has expanded its product line and is discussing options with investors.
Lalabu won the 2018 Product of the Year Award by Baby Maternity Magazine for the first baby-wearing shirt designed for Dads. The “Dad Shirt” has an integrated pouch that helps dads bond with and calm their newborn.
SOAR Vision Group has assisted Lalabu in preparing an investor proforma, drawing from all elements of the Organizational Hierarchy of Needs, and showcasing Lalabu’s fine operating performance and many market successes.
During this show, Lalabu CEO Brian Fosse and COO Cameron Glass share the history of Lalabu and their commitment to quality, service, and giving back through efforts like helping African single moms succeed. Listen in to gain insights about expanding market presence and being successful in small business to prepare for investors.
About SOAR Vision Group
The SOAR Vision Group mission is to: Align People with Purpose to Achieve Exceptional Results. SOAR provides best practice strategy execution, business process optimization services, and a structured organizational development approach for organizations to effectively implement the Baldrige Performance Excellence framework. For more information, contact SOAR Vision Group at (888) 294-3303 or visit soarvisiongroup.com.
About the Baldrige Foundation
The mission of the Baldrige Foundation is to ensure the long-term financial growth and viability of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, and to support organizational performance excellence in the United States and throughout the world. The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is presented annually by the United States President to organizations that demonstrate quality and performance excellence. For more information, contact the Baldrige Foundation at (202) 559-9195 or visit baldrigefoundation.org.
Organizational Hierarchy of Needs
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