You specifically ask us all NOT to offer any negative comments and instead hold our silence because you don't want to hear any negativity.
Now you are calling us chicken for not responding?
I'd say its pretty clear that all those who read you post assumed it to be the random rambling of a 14-year old who's doing a school project on "management consultancy" and took you at your word and simply stayed silent.
Here's all the negative stuff you'd rather not hear (but I'll share rather than be thought of as scared!)
1. Charity is changing - before it was a nuisance. No it wasn't. Corporate's have been sponsoring charities for years and these have almost always had some sort of resonance or positioning with the corporate brand values. You're conflating your personal discovery of something with the idea that it had never previously existed.
2. Microsoft (no identity) vs Apple (purpose) = You're dismissing Microsoft as having no identity?. Uber? Now you're just mentioning trendy unicorns in a way that might suggest you're idea is a future one. What on earth are you actually saying?
3. Our target market is Asia. Er, that's about 60% of the global population. Not sure that counts as a target market.
4. Experienced MC's who have sold new business? Yes, quite a few I suspect (myself included).
5.What sort of titles can sign off bringing on an MC contract? It rather depends on the contract value, the nature and the duration, the brand, the day rates, the company policies - the variations are almost endless. It would be easier to ask which titles generally won't have the authority to sign-off.
Management consultancy is quite possibly one of the hardest things to sell. Many great sales people from software, technology, and other sectors struggle with the ethereal nature of selling a service that is most often in demand when the task has never been done before, and yet the first qualifying question is "what is your firm's experience of this exact task"
Almost NO management consultancy engagements in a corporate environment come about from cold calling. They are almost always as a result of an introduction and years of relationship building.
I think there is significantly more chance that Leicester are going to win the premiership.