A Teaser is a short (circa 2-3 pages) summary of the investment/funding opportunity which is sent to potential funders/acquirers. It typically does not disclose the name of the business, but focus on its competitive advantages and any other notable highlights. The financial information is usually restricted to headline sales, gross profit and earnings before interest, depreciation and tax (EBITDA), with a brief commentary.
Your adviser will follow up the recipients of the teaser to establish their level of interset. If the contacted party intends to receive further information, the corporate finance adviser will send a Non-Disclosure Agreement.
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