Distributive Enterprise Business Plan for Earth
The concept is simple. We are seeing incredible support coming from all over, including that of fabricators-in-training. The 3 replications are all by supportive stakeholders who want to see the success of the entire package. Initial discussions indicate that they would be willing to contribute 5% of their net for 5 years in return for us helping them in their enterprises. This is a case for entrepreneurship training - where we specialize as a training organization - and we benefit from the value of economically significant production from our trainees.
We aim to step this up in an OSE Fellows program - investing in Fellows as developers of Distributive Enterprise. They develop the GVCS - one full product of the 50 in a 6 month focused Fellowship on site at Factor e Farm.
So this is about numbers - the leagues of Fellows agree to support the development of the GVCS - by commiting to long-term contributions that pay back the capitalization required for a crash development program that will have given birth to a full product release of the complete GVCS package. I think any long-term investor could easily see that it would be a worthwile $5M investment to get the entire package up in 1 year.
So I am looking to turn the above into plain English.
I need to prepare a 16 slide presentation on the above according to the Sequoia business plan template.
- $50k/prototype * 50 = $2.5M - scenario of full outsource
- Outsource SMEs- $7k/month
- $8k materials
- Large global parallel collab
- Local FeF dev - $5-7k/month total -
- Recruit prototypers locally. Volunteer or paid
- 4 full time fabricators - materials for CEB are $4k, sale price $10k or $20k/person/month generated
- 10-30% profit share
- Outsourced=production resale - good money - fab CEB press - $4k materila
- Distributed production - OSE Certified, 5% donation to OSE/year of net
- CAD/CAM solution - $500k/year for 6 programmers at $7k/month - 10,000 man hours of programming; interface designer, CAD person, CAM person, 3 programmers
- Focus on Distributive Enterprise Training
- In-depth training - 1 month for fabricators
- 3 months for novices
- OSE Fellows - 6 months = 1 product release with 3 prototypes, where you demonstrate the product and associated business model; 5% return for 5 years; focus on experienced retirees, not students
***take 8 OSE Fellows - 16 products per year using existing infrastructure
- Recruit these people - full time job