Transcript: Forward Looking Statements This presentation contains certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements, other than statements of historical fact, that address events or developments that Eagle Hill Exploration Inc. expects to occur, are forward-looking statements Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always identified by the words "expects", "plans", "anticipates", "believes", "intends", "estimates", "projects", "potential" and similar expressions, or that events or conditions "will", "would", "may", "could", or "should" occur Although Eagle Hill Exploration believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include market prices, exploration and production successes or failures, continued availabiltity of capital and financing, inability to obtain required shareholder or regulatory approvals, and general ecomonic market or business condition, statements. Forward-looking staments are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of Eagle Hill's management on the date the statements are made. Share Capital, April 30, 2010 Symbol: TSX.V:EAG Market Cap (Issued): $16.6 million 52-week range (Hi-Lo): $0.62 - $0.07 (Source: TSX.V) Shares Outstanding: 66.30 Million Warrants: 13.67 Million Options: 5.16 Million Fully Diluted: 85.13 Million Average Daily Trading Volume: 3.1 Million Shares (past three months) Cash Postition: $747, 378 as of January 31, 2010 10,099,198 warrants exercised for gross proceeds of $1.95 million in April 2010 Eagle Hill Exploration Windfall Lake, Quebec Windfall Lake: Claim Map Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's New Approach Shift in focus Narrow veins High grade Discontinuous Large mineralized zones Lower grade Continuous Recognition of wide gold mineralized zones with fairly consistant grade Amenable to bulk tonnage mining scenario Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's New Approach Large mineralized intervals - several tens of metres Stockwork and disseminated Pyrite Windfall Lake: Cross section of existing core looking southwest Windfall Lake: Historical Assey Results Windfall Lake: New Assay Results Windfall Lake Property Windfall Lake: Eagle Hill's 3D Model Windfall Lake: 2010 Exploration Phase 2: Exploration, Drilling & Geophysics Budget: $2,500,000 Diamond Drilling: Exploration - 5,000 m & Definition - 5,000 m. Geophysics (Induced polarization, Magnetometer & Electro-Magnetic Surveys.) Corporate Objectives Data to complete the Windfall Lake Property model Identification of other mineralized areas for future definition Outline a gold mineral resource Completion date: June 2010 Eagle Hill's 2010 Drilling Initial Drill Results: EAG Drill Holes - New Zones Initial Drill Program - Results Highlights Include: Bulk mining potential with the discovery of three new mineralized zones and extensions of existing mineralized zones by over two thirds. First evidence of near surface mineralization Exploratory holes show evidence of gold mineralization over 900 metres from existing mineralized zones Bulk mining potential enhanced with new high grade assay results including values such as 508 grams per tonne over 0.25 metres Board of Directors Advisory Team Exploration Team (Murgor Resources Ltd.) Technical Advisors Strategic Partners Windfall Lake: Location Map Windfall Lake: Exploration Contact Info Dan Hachey, MBA Canadian Gold Exploration Company with advanced-stage gold property: Gold prospect in Chibougamau Mining District in Urban Township Excellent infrastructure 331 holes drilled 71 kilometres of core Promising results including 52.3 oz/t over 4.8 metres Excellent data (although not modeled) 1,453 meter underground ramp 5 meter diameter Fist sized visible gold in F - 11 ramp wall 48 person operating camp Kitchen, infirmary, core shacks and cutting shed Corporate Secretary - Investor Cubed Inc. (Toronto) - www.investor3.ca 1,119 metre ramp completed in 2008 Wes Roberts, P.Eng. IBK Capital Corporation - www.ibkcapital.com New Road Neil W. Richardson, P.Geo. Dr. Jean-Philippe Desrochers, P.Geo. Mackenzie I. Watson, P.Eng. - Windfall Lake Project near Val d'Or, Quebec (recently aquired from Noront, Freewest and Murgor). Richard Nemis - Whats New in the Area? MI3 Communications Financieres Inc. (Montreal) - www.mi3.ca Amandeep Rai "Maximize the value of the gold discovery on the Windfall Property through an agressive exploration and development program". President and CEO Terry Schorn, P.Geo Cale Thomas Director (Previous Noront Resources President) 32.5 metres in zone F-11 Bulk sample necessary to determine true grade - Zone F-17: Average of 2.34 g/t Au in muck samples P.Geo., P.Eng., Director (President Murgor) -
Transcript: Framework By: Isabella Franzone Race Zachariah is being treated unfairly because of his race. He wants to testify against Jaggery for being treated unfairly. Zachariah was not the one caught for having the round robin it was Barlow, yet Zachariah go blamed and got 50 lashes. Racist? Race Unfair? When Charlotte first meets Zachariah she judges him right away because of his race. Right away she says he is her inferior because he is the cook and the only black man on the ship. Why Why Did Charlotte Judge Him? One reason is because she doesn't know any better she comes from a very rich family and that is how she was taught. Another reason is she didn't really know him and she only judged him by what she was taught. Now Charlotte and Zachariah are friends. Target market Is Zachariah Treated Unfairly? Zachariah is treated unfairly even though he is a free man. Only because of his race He wants to testify but no one will believe him against a white man that has power. If Captain Jaggery denied it they would just believe him and drop the case. <img
Transcript: -different oral flora -women more caries than man History -research about caries in teeth -how is dental hygiene important -methods of dental hygiene -History of caries -gender, appearence -toothpaste fluorine problem Sweet things -bacterial infection in oringin -a result of the production of acid -dental caries study Cariology -the danger that infection can spread to our whole body Dental Carie Toothpaste -my research about toothpastes -fluorine problem -what is fluorine? WW2 weapon of mass destruction, protect teeth?. No - bones, organs, clacified tissues, absorbation of fluorine. - what to do? less toothpaste, make your own Dentist End Annual Work -brushing teeth is important but regular dentist visits also -he is trained to take care of your teeth -it is important to visit dentist once a half year This work Have more caries men or women -over a million years ago, hominids such as Australopithecus suffered from cavities -neolithic period, because of bigger count of carbohydrates in plants -a Sumerian text from 5000 BC describes a "tooth worm" as the cause of caries -the rate of caries remained low through the Bronze Age and Iron Age, but sharply increased during the Middle Ages. -many factors influence caries development -foods like starchy foods, especially highly processed starches in savoury snacks, and foods containing sugars such as cakes, biscuits, jam, honey, fruits and fruit juices can be used by bacteria to produce acids -. Saliva contains protective minerals (calcium and phosphates) that buffer the bacterial acids and promote remineralisation
Transcript: Timeline Increased level of readership No large printing or distribution costs Estimated to cost approx $3980 (cost of booklet can be up to $13.5k) Consultation Document & Thoughts? You have decided that you would like to consult on the Annual Plan, so a Consultation Document will be produced. There are no significant changes to what we consulted on in the LTP, therefore we suggest that Council: Questions? Projects What we have done in the past The consultation document will provide information about Consultation Document Workshop Consultation Document with Councillors Consultation period Annual Plan hearing Adoption Supporting communication methods Annual Plan Communications Plan Rates Present as a double page spread in local papers Early February 23 March - 29 April 18 May 22 June Legislation has changed
Transcript: Increasing Quality How do we reach there Get More SEM Affiliates(have high conversion Ratio) Give WAN a real time Update ability Include Sub_id Tracking system for networks to track their partners Promote Whitelables/widgets Incentivise highly converting affiliates Address minor things on WAN like ( default location specific widgets, banners refresh on WAN, video's on how to integrate, whitelable customization etc) Affiliate & Distribution Thus increase in Revenue Objective Increase Commissions with Partners(very less from competitors) Provide term payment option to affiliates update revenue on Affiliates dashboard on dailybasis, if possible realtime Automated Payment system to affiliates via WAN Increase Traffic Three possible ways of doing this Increase Traffic Increase overall Quality Thus Leads to Increase in Revenue Get New Affiliates & distribution partners Networks Tyroo - Have ability to give 40k clicks Affinity - Can give 30k clicks Komli - Can deliver 30k clicks DGM - can generate 50k clicks(Strong travel base) Travel Sites Non Traditional Route Get players like Reliance netconnect, photon etc(can get 10-15k clicks) Get Ideacts Desktop widgets(20k Clicks) Increase Traffic from Existing Partnership(30k clicks) Annual Plan Grow 10x the current rate Increase Quality Current Numbers : Affiliates Avg Clicks : 30,000 grow to 300000 Avg Revenue : 2000 $ grow to 20000 $ Distribution Avg Clicks : 25000 grow to 250000 Avg revenue : 2500$ grow to 250000$
Transcript: Jordan Wetmore Annual Plan Click to edit text Future Vision Future Vision Business Business Goals: Goals by June: 1. Hit EC 2. Pass Series 6 Goals by December: 1. Get my own office 2. Pass Series 7 3. At the least be half way to EC Personal Personal Goals: 1, Buy first home 2. Get second puppy (hopfully) :) 3.Travel more often 4. Live life to the fullest 1.Young Families - Child ID events - Two Per month 2.Non Profit Organizations - Educational Seminars 3.LGBT/Veteran Market - Partnership with lonestar Veteran Association - Partnership with Outreach Markets: Markets 1. Read a book on sales this quarter 2. Study variable and retirement products. Educational Item: Educational
Transcript: 2 2016 Review : Renewals 54 meetings increments by quarter By sector Cross/Up-sell High Risk £267,126 £254,726 PRiority Clients achieve targets in 2017 2017 Number of accounts risk by revenue planning £200,000 110% - £220,000 90% - £180,000 january february march total time most important factor consistency is key achieve balance - client / new business catalysts & Integration professional development structured plan secure to renewals incentives care plans current clients/ confirmed interest Client meetings / no. of accounts/ renewal % £228,465 £219,915 opportunity analysis perceived issues with contact data potential for credit/compliance opps call opportunities through december long buying process - Meet all confirmed opportunties in Q1 q1 forecast client meetings training renewal sales £414,659 21 92% £201,850 Licences International Integration £212,809 personal development Risk Analysis max forecast avg spend. £5,216 different clients - different approach organization - prepare for q4 effectively non-renewals add up stick to the plan - regular checks £398,236 PIPELINE ANNUAL PLAN tough renewal 2016 no decision maker contact Integration opportunity next year meeting time Revenue 6K - January Orbis Cross Border Investment Very High Risk large spend client end of multi-year, will go out to tender ORbis cBI - confirmed interest measure/prepare for workload in 2017 New Sales strategy Renewals fully sourced opportunities New sales NB activity analysis by quarter summary £9,311 £9,311 £47,809 90% Central Gov. 80% Corporates 85% Local Gov. £29,350 £25,050 review & understand 2016 performance 235 meetings total 30K - Fleet - Q1/Q2 50K - MAtching - Q1? 2017 objectives 93K Forecasted q1 more meetings=more Renewals & sales expertise within local gov build strong client relationships (referrals) Cross Border Investment Focus advice and support for new account managers £133,525 meet all 49 risky clients in Q1 add value & gauge renewal in first meeting 7K - January MEetings booked for JAnuary £1,195,249 90% - £1,075,724 85% - £1,015,961 client breakdown lessons learned? risk & Opportunity office time revenue sector targets 181 Pitfalls? renewal activity 34 50K already in pipeline credit/compliance opportunity next year very high 12 high 37 caution 33 stable 11 53 : 47 2016 Review: New Sales Q1: £1,218 Q2: £7,499 Q3: £33,100 Q4: £20,544 54% - £65,101 Achieved RENEWALS / NEW BUSINESS Analysis Central Gov Corporates Local Gov by sector Revenue Ach vs. NB Meetings 2017 Objective breakdown planning & personal development review of 2016 - renewals & new business 67% multi-years £218,554
Transcript: Beyond FY2016 Premier BIS team in country Proactive business analysis Tam out of BIS BIS/CES merge Resources needed Emily fully invested in BIS Becky on staff (not temporary) Training for business analysis, data administration, strategic planning Did you see our road map???? FY 2016 FY2016 Salesforce 2.0 Salesforce/SOP training & support Data cleanup/integrity Reporting/Dashboards Vetting reports for accuracy Prep for next iteration of council strategic planning Metrics # of data cleanups # of custom reports developed # of dashboards developed #of SOPs published for use # of CES Support tickets Work will focus on... Salesforce SOP manual release & training Continued SOP development Getting ready for early bird, summer, & fall reports/dashboards Data cleanup for catalog build Charter Networking Additional Resources Emily out of IT Bring temp on full time Ipads for training (use what we already have) Other Info Salesforce 2.0 is coming VTK updates/support Team completion Work was focused on... Team What'SOP & SOP development Reporting & dashboards Data clean up GSCSA staff development in project management Other duties as assigned Wins We have a team :) Data cleanup National dashboard Online report request Team What'SOP Budget We are all about spending the Benjamins! Other Info Team is still forming Team members are shared We have a temp Open to feedback Q2 And beyond... Premier BIS team in the country! Q3 & Q4
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