Tony Drexel Smith Interviewed on IdeaMensch

Tony Drexel Smith CEO of Blue Moon Advisors POSTED ON MAY 22, 2018 BY EDITOR, IN CONSULTING, FINANCE, INTERVIEWS 12 MINUTE READ Read the original article at IdeaMensch.com Tony specializes in professional-grade business finance documentation and start-ups. Specific services include: Business plan development, due-diligence, Private Placement Memoranda (PPM) supporting documentation, validation of claims, assumption worksheets, research, and pro forma development. Tony has worked with over Seven Hundred (700) clients in Twenty-Two (22) industries since 1995. He has specifically completed hundreds of projects relating to business valuations,

Tony Drexel Smith from Blue Moon Advisors on CEO Money

Blue Moon Advisors is a business finance consulting firm that serves high net worth individuals, family offices, private equity funds and venture capitalists in support of financing early stage, growth, Nano to small-cap companies. The Company provides three primary products: (1) The Capital Readiness Report, a due diligence tool; (2) Business finance documents packaging (The Blue Moon Book); (3) The Management Virtual Portal (MVP). CEO Tony Drexel Smith specializes in professional-grade business finance documentation and start-ups. Specific services include: Business plan

Local company match clients with alternative funding opportunities

Local company match clients with alternative funding opportunities Tony Drexel Smith Blue Moon Advisors CEO By BUCK WARGO SPECIAL TO LAS VEGAS BUSINESS PRESS August 15, 2016 - 5:45 am Tony Drexel Smith has turned his knowledge that helped him open a restaurant in Southern California more than 20 years ago into a career of helping businesses, especially startups, obtain financing. After serving in the Marine Corps during Operation Desert Storm, Smith owned a French and Hungarian restaurant while pursuing a

7 Steps in the Sales Cycle

Blog by Tony Drexel Smith Salespeople drive revenue, communicate the Company’s messaging and often bridge the gap between the organization and its target customers. Ultimately, great sales teams with quality executive leadership create phenomenal companies because “a rising tide lifts all boats” within the company. A deep understanding of the sales cycle by C-Level Executives, sales management and the sales people provides a clear understanding of expectations, focuses energy and time in the right balance and keeps the sales staff on

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #3 – Pivoting

Copied from: The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #3 – Pivoting Sometimes, all you really need is the money. That was the case with Krista Whitely of Altitude Products as we illustrated in our recent post. Other times, it’s not the money — or at least it’s not the money you need first. Adam Layton, the Founder of Front Seat, Inc., had a brilliant idea — provide all the excitement and fun of the television shows like America’s Got Talent and The Voice —

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #2 – Respect

Copied from: The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #2 – Respect Ever feel like Rodney Dangerfield? Sometimes, no matter what you’ve accomplished, how great your idea or business is and how stellar your team, when it comes to investors you just “can’t get no respect,” as Rodney famously said. Krista Whitely was feeling that way not long ago. Armed with an impeccable track record in business, building successful companies under her belt and a great value proposition in one of the

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #1 – Mindset

Copied from: The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #1 – Mindset 100% success. Companies that surpass a score of 925 in the Blue Moon “Capital Readiness Report” receive the funding they’re seeking — nearly 100% of the time! Let me explain. One of the issues that often arise in the funding game is due diligence. And, in my experience, few new entrepreneurs really know what due diligence really involves. Over the past year, I’ve done a great deal of work with

Local company match clients with alternative funding opportunities

By BUCK WARGO SPECIAL TO LAS VEGAS BUSINESS PRESS August 15, 2016 - 5:45 am    Tony Drexel Smith has turned his knowledge that helped him open a restaurant in Southern California more than 20 years ago into a career of helping businesses, especially startups, obtain financing. After serving in the Marine Corps during Operation Desert Storm, Smith owned a French and Hungarian restaurant while pursuing a business degree. “I needed to get a loan and learned how to write a business