Investment process




The team of Hausmeister will draw up a business plan with investment orientation in the cases in which you need extension of an existing business or entry into a new business. The business plan must justify the expedience of the investment and prove that the project is secured in all aspects - market, raw materials and technology-related.


Upon drawing up of the business plan it should be borne in mind that its content and structure may change depending on multiple factors and in the first place, on the objectives and designation for which it is elaborated. The main idea that must guide us is that it should answer the numerous questions related to the activity of the company and its development in time. To that end, Hausmeister's business plan comprises three elements:


  • full, accurate and objective analysis of the company and the environment within which it exists: economic, social and ecological;
  • the objectives that should be attained and their implementation in time; they are defined in specific quantities and terms;
  • mapping of the means and activities for achieving the ultimate purpose.





At Hausmeister the process of developing an investment solution comprises the following stages:

  • Analysis of the external and internal environment of the entity - here the reasons that have caused a deviation in the functioning of the enterprise from its preset objectives are revealed;
  • Determining the objectives for development /target-setting/ - based on the performed analyses; determining strategies for the entity's development in order to overcome any weak aspects and the negative impact of the external and internal environment. Different alternatives are formulated, which are then assessed in strategic and economic terms;
  • Generation of alternatives at this stage, determining all possible routes for development of the entity;
  • Assessment of the options.


The assessment methods can be:


  • economic: the assessment is made with the help of economic parameters, such as: investment payback period, efficiency, net current value, etc.;
  • strategic: the assessment takes into account also the strategic objectives and the degree of their achievement in the individual investment projects.





At Hausmeister we have elaborated and we adhere to the following stages of analysis performance and investment decision making: 


Stage 1: Setting the strategic orientations 


Stage 2: Quantitative assessment of investment needs


Stage 3: Analysis of the socioeconomic and ecological environment


Stage 4: Assessment of the results from long-term investing in future


Stage 5: Feasibility studyof the individual investment options, and selection of the most rational out of them 


Stage 6: Compliance assessment of the objectives and analysis of the projects' significance 


Stage 7: Implementation of the investment project


Stage 8: Retrospective investment analysis, i.e., control over the implementation of managerial decisions.