Dailey Consulting Notes Fourth Anniversary

Menlo Park, CA (October 10, 2007)--Dailey Consulting celebrated its fourth anniversary at AES 2007. Since 2003, principal Scott Dailey has been assisting large and small audio manufacturers in the areas of market intelligence, strategic planning, fundraising and business development/partnering.
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Menlo Park, CA (October 10, 2007)--Dailey Consulting celebrated its fourth anniversary at AES 2007. Since 2003, principal Scott Dailey has been assisting large and small audio manufacturers in the areas of market intelligence, strategic planning, fundraising and business development/partnering.

"These are exciting yet challenging times," Dailey notes. "In the past four years, we've seen a variety of deals, private equity buyouts, corporate meltdowns and the apparent maturation of the DAW market. The next few years should be equally exciting, as new technologies, more advanced software and increased integration enable innovative companies to bring revolutionary new solutions to market."

Dailey Consulting specializes in helping companies solve their most important strategic challenges and exploit their most compelling opportunities, serving as project leader, pavement-pounder, facilitator, analyst, advisor or code-toad. "Many clients appreciate a fresh, informed outside perspective," Dailey points out, "and in some cases, it's helpful to have someone driving a key initiative that's been procrastinated."

Recently, Dailey Consulting helped a couple of well-known companies raise money to exploit new opportunities, including gathering market intelligence, assessing the opportunity landscape, and writing the investment documents. "There's a lot of money out there looking for good opportunities," Dailey says. "And there's no shortage of opportunities in this industry. All you need is the right team, the right plan and a well-written story."

Prior to starting Dailey Consulting, Scott Dailey was VP of product marketing and business development at Digidesign, which, he claims, grew more than 400 percent during his nine years with the company.

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