Corporate Engineering Conservatory


The Commonwealth Capital Corporate Engineering Conservatory™ Opens in   Q1 2022 For Delivery

Corporate Engineering is the process of developing, implementing and maintaining all of the corporate governance policies, procedures and protocols necessary to prepare and qualify a company and its securities for a publicly traded listing on a U.S. securities exchange.


Proper corporate engineering inherently prepares a company for the highest possible private or public valuation for a private (Corp. Acquisition, ESOP, Mgmt. Buyout) or public (IPO) sale.


Proper corporate engineering involves the creation of the correct legal, operating and financial structures to mitigate risk and maximize returns for investors, while enabling the founders to maintain the vast majority of equity ownership and voting control, resulting in maximizing founder wealth.


Corporate Engineering is the practice utilizing standard principles to govern a company’s organization and operation.


For start-up and early-stage companies, corporate engineering focuses primarily on mitigating operational, financial, and litigation/regulatory risk, by design.


Here is a look at the core components of our Corporate Engineering Conservatory™.

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Proper Corporate Engineering is required to take any company from “Idea to IPO.”

All Corporate Engineering starts with creating 5-year pro forma financial projections that are GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) compliant.


These pro forma financial projections set operating budgets and determine the financial structure and optimal capitalization mix for the company. Properly produced, GAAP compliant pro forma financial projections establish defensive regulatory and litigation protection protocols on a 5-year macro level; leaving you with operational flexibility while providing investors with a reasonable illustration of a return on investment.


Through proper corporate engineering, entrepreneurs build companies that can withstand the rigors of a competitive business environment and hence, reduce the risk of investment loss for investors.

Secondarily, proper corporate engineering is designed to enhance revenue generation and profit maximization. This is also done when creating the 5-year pro forma financial projections by setting realistic sales goals, cost of goods sold or services delivered cost structures, customer service policies and protocols, as well as attractive executive compensation packages.


Sales and marketing plans are illustrated through channel distribution models, efficient and effective “social proofing” (proof-of-concept research) and social crowdsourced incubation (sales list building) for validating revenue assumptions.


Most importantly, by establishing executive cash and equity compensation, the company can attract the quality management talent necessary to implement critical development and expansion plans, thereby maximizing potential investment returns.

Proper corporate engineering also prepares start-up and early-stage companies to expand operations using equity or debt securities as currency to purchase strategic assets and or  full company acquisitions. This tactic builds strong income statements and balance sheets to secure traditional debt capital without the need for personal guarantees by the company’s founding principals.

Due to the inherent risks associated with investing in start-up and early-stage companies, proper corporate engineering is critical to attract investment capital and management talent.

For young companies that have yet to be properly engineered, we provide automated standards of proper corporate engineering in our Corporate Engineering Conservatory™.


Through a progressive series of online exercises, procedures and executions within our Corporate Engineering Conservatory™ we enable entrepreneurs to build companies that we, as well as our Co-investors, want to invest in.