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All in all, we claim that Community Supported Production is a viable business model, and we are backing this claim up successfully so far with our experience in the CEB press. The main points to consider that collaborative development means that your entry barriers are low – you don’t have to reinvent the wheel anywhere in the process. As a producer, you can capture value strategically – through the Product Release Fund, preorders, training others – in addition to good-old, honest production. You capture the high value of your skill. And the entire adventure takes you to a different level of economic and spiritual playing field – you are doing good work by creating win-win situations. This results in huge potential for changing the way society operates in general.