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The Nimbus Group Business Planning

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B
Q
Green Cities
Competitive Analisis
Important Peoples
CEO: Cameron Goodwin
Vice-President CEO: Jason Goodwin
Head Computer Technician: Andrew Knowlton
Manager of Customer Support: James Connery
Head of Sales: Brittany Fines
Break Even Point
Using this equation
Break Even = Part Price + shipping cost

Example: Break Even = $659.99 Nvidia GTX 780 + shipping Cost

In order for us to reach a profit, we have to sell 5-10% higher for each part.
Start-up Cost
Our start-up price would be around $80,000 due to the large building we would require, all the necessary equipment (Laser Engraver) and all the parts required to make the computers.
Financial
A loan is required for us to start our business, a loan of $65,000 dollars would cover most of the exspences, $15,000 dollars would be payed by Mr. Goodwin.
Price List
Due to the insane amount of parts and customization in our computers, making a full price list would take a large amount of space and hours of time. For now I can provide a list of ten items to get an idea of our prices. We offer video cards from GTX 500's - 700's, processors made by AMD and Intel, and motherboards ranging from Gigabyte to Asus.

1) Nvidia GTX 690 $1,119.99
2) GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 $309.99
3) CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 $175.99
4) Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz $266.99
5) CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX850 V2 850W $189.99
6) CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 $149.99
7) Windows 7 $110.99
8) Seagate Barracuda 1TB $89.99
9)Corsair Force 120GB SATA Solid State Drive $149.99
10) COOLER MASTER Storm Enforcer SGC-1000 $109.99
Marketing
Technical
Finance
Organization
Idea Generation
Opportunity Identification
Fund Sourcing
Implementation
Evaluation
LED STREET LIGHTS
PROJECT
IDENTIFICATION
BUSINESS
PLAN
FUND
SOURCING
IMPLEMENTATION
EVALUATION
Current Street Lights
# _________________
NEW LED % ________
NON-LED% ________
Utility Costs in KWH
Maintenance Costs
Replacement Costs
Competencies
Constraints Analysis
Planning & Administration
Management Overview
Marketing & Promotional Companies
Operational and Functional Divisions
Executive Management and Officers
Distribution & Deployment Operations
Formal and Informal Sources
Limited Partnership Funding
Private Placement Funding
Public Redevelopment Funds
Establishment and Operation
Nimbus:Works LP
N-Level Management LLC
GoLightWise
Creative Energy Solutions Inc.
St. George, Utah Street Light Project
Replacement Expense
Estimated Utility Cost Savings
Estimated Maintenance Savings
Estimated Savings on Replacements
Estimated Return on Investment
THE BUSINESS PLAN
6Ps
8Ms
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN
5Ss
FINANCIAL PLAN
5Rs
Money
Materials
Machines
Methods
Manpower
Management
Moment
Mother Nature
Structure
Staff
Skills
System
Salaries
MARKETING PLAN
Resources
Revenue
Repayment
Risks
Returns
Product
Price
Place
Promotion
Production
Operations
Management
Systems
Structure
Format
Template
Presentation
Executive Summary
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Nimbus
Works
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: KEY QUESTIONS
Offering new technologies that save and create energy

Target Markets are large users of Energy and Light

LED Lights are a Primary Modernization
Implementation is Demanded
Fixture Costs are affordable
Public Awareness is very high
Business Plan and Cooperative Funding

Modernization forecast for the Future.
Energy
Comfort
Light
Communications
Economics
Currency
Banking
Government
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: KEY QUESTIONS
What competitive environment do you face?
What additional stages of development are needed?
How much investment is necessary?
What long-term goals have you set?
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: CONTENT
LED

Lights

are a City's New Best Friend

Time for a Change
Analysis and Planning
Negotiation and Installation
MARKETING PLAN: KNOWLEDGE
Markets Understanding
Market size and growth
Market segmentation
Competition
Positioning of the product
MARKETING PLAN: KEY POINTS

It is our intention to live in a City of Light and a Smart Green City.
It is a simple cooperative plan to retrofit and install New Lights.
Our goal is to undertake and follow this technological transformation
St. George is Qualified and ready to participate in this program

LED LIGHT TECHNOLOGY
City, State, Government Markets
Commercial/Industrial Markets
Residential/Entertainment Markets
Led Lights
Wholesale PricesPrice
USA and International
Promotions & Cost+Programs
WHY DO WE NEED TO PLAN
Rapid technological and social change
Adapt to changing products and services
Quality of services and continuous profitability
Maximize use of resources and sustainability
Where are we now?
Is becoming a Green City a good Idea?
How and when do we get there?
Do we need to implement the plan?
How do you manage and control the plan?
St. George, Utah
Community
/Business Plan

Community/Business Plan
St. George, Utah
the
Nimbus
group
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN:
KEY QUESTIONS
What product will i make?
How many will i make?
Where will i make the product?
What do i need to make the product?
How much will it cost to produce the product?
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT:
KEY QUESTIONS
How will i set up and organize the enterprise?
Who will do:
Marketing
Production
Administration
Finance
When will i start normal operations?
FINANCIAL PLAN: KEY QUESTIONS
How much will i invest in the business?
How will i finance the business?
How will the business perform financially?
Green City Development
Modernization
Modernization
To benefit from better

Light
and

Energy

technologies
Nimbus
:Works
PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN: CONTENT
Description of the manufacturing process
Develop process diagram
Analyze fixed assets requirements
Arrange layout
Prepare production schedule
Quantify material requirements
Analyze labor requirements
Calculate production cost
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN:
CONTENT
Select legal form of business
Determine business registration requirements
Determine pre-operating activities
Estimate duration of pre-operating period
Calculate pre-operating expenses
Analyze manpower requirements
Compute for administrative expenses
FINANCIAL PLAN: CONTENT
Total Project Cost
Fixed Assets
Working Capital
Sources of Financing
Equity
Loan
Financial Statements
Income Statement
Balance Sheet
Cash Flow Statement
Analysys of Financial Statements
Profitability Ratios
Liquidity Ratios
Green City Project
St. George, Utah is a Qualifying Participant in the Green City Program.

Planning, organizing , and putting together all the resources required to bring the cities forward into 21st Century sustainability.

Energy independence and self sufficiency is the long term goal.
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K
nowledge
A
ttitude
S
kills
H
abit
The Green City
is magic for the People
It's rewarding and Exciting
Everyone Wins and Profits
- Richard Wigley
MARKETING MANAGEMENT
is a process which consists of analyzing market opportunities, researching and selecting target markets, developing marketing strategies, planning marketing tactics, and implementing and controlling the marketing effort.
PRODUCTION
can be defined as the processing and/or assembling of raw materials to produce a product or service. It is an activity which requires a set of inputs in order to yield a set of outputs.
MARKETING PLAN
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
involves not only making funds available to sustain business operations, but more importantly seeing to it that the funds provided are used effectively.
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
involves the activity of managing people and getting the best out of them, choosing the right form of organization for the business and includes the functions of planning, operating, and monitoring.
+6Ps
Promise
Purpose
Public
Position
Penetration
Profit
O
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O
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O
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BUSINESS PLAN FORMAT
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
a. Type of Business
b. Name
c. Product/Service
d. Objectives
e. Background
II. MARKET PLAN
1. Product/Service to Sell
2. Target Market
3. Demand Supply Analysis
4. Projected Sales
5. Marketing Program/Strategies
6. Marketing/Selling Expenses
III. PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS PLAN
1. Technical Production Description
2. Production/Operations Process
3. Production Schedule
4. Labor Requirement
5. Machinery/Equipment Requirement
6. Raw Materials Requirement
7. Plant/Factory Location
8. Plant Layout
9. Waste Disposal System
10. Quality Control System
11. Production Cost
III. ORGANIZATIONAL PLAN
1. Legal Form of Business
2. Organization Structure
3. Qualifications of Officers
4. Office Equipment
5. Gantt Chart of Activities
6. Administrative Expenses
CITIES OF LIGHT - ST. GEORGE, UTAH
IV. FINANCIAL PLAN
1. Total Project Cost
2. Sources of Financing
3. Projected Financial Statements
4. Profitability Index
5. List of Assumptions Used
6. Schedules
DELIVERING A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN
1. Know your audience
2. Tell a story
3. Prepare to win
4. Pay strict attention to detail
5. Avoid death by Powerpoint
6. Get the numbers right
7. Practice the presentation
8. Excite them
9. Learn the lessons
10. Remember the purpose of the pitch
References:

Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Revised Edition 2007

http://www.cartierwomensinitiative.com/site/uploads/pdf/McKinsey

http://articles.bplans.co.uk/financing-a-business/delivering-a-winning-business-plan-pitch

Marketing
LED
LIGHT?
TARGET MARKET
Saving
Saving
Wh
Principle vs.
O
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Wh
Principle vs.
O
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Wh
Principle vs.
O
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Wh
Principle vs.
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Asset Marketing
Wh
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Cities
Money
work
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Business Capitalization
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Communities
Energy
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creating better
light
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NIMBUS
MARKET
WORKS
Communities
Cooperatives
INVESTORS
Concerned with growth potential
Does the product/service meet identified need, is there a growing market for it
Does it involve breakthtrough technology
LENDERS
Concerned with risk and returns
Look more at revenue, expenses and other cash flow issues
Does the product priced right for its market niche
Does the company have the ability to repay its loan and still grow
AUDIENCE IN BUSINESS PLAN PRESENTATION
Cash
$
What makes the world go around?
Community Economics are based upon
principles of mutual support and enjoyment.
Smart Green Cities embody the best efforts of public servants, private citizens and business leaders to create a better life for all.
The Cities of Light plan details the best efforts and contributions of all members within the community.
Each community large and small will benefit from the mobilization of technological resources
NIMBUS:WORKS
NIMBUS:WORKS
GREEN LIGHT CITIES
Infrastructure rehabilitation and transformation
BASIC QUESTIONS FOR PLANNING PROCESS
Project
Production
Price Point
Placement
Promotion
Performance
B:COOPERATIVE
it
A GREEN CITY PROJECT
A GREEN CITY PROJECT
BUSINESS
PLAN


What is a Utah Industrial Bank?

A Utah-chartered industrial bank (IB) is an institution subject to the same regulatory oversight as a Utah-chartered commercial bank. As of February 26, 1997, it may, but need not use the term "bank" or "savings bank" in its name. As of March 12, 1997, Utah law was amended to authorize the Department of Financial Institutions to charter new IBs. As of March 17, 2004, Utah law* was amended to rename the industry from Industrial Loan Corporations (ILCs) to Industrial Banks.

Generally, IBs are authorized to make all kinds of consumer and commercial loans and to accept federally insured deposits, but not demand deposits if they have total assets greater than $100 million. IBs are subject to the same regulatory and supervisory oversight as commercial banks. In many respects, however, IB activities and powers are not as restricted as commercial banks.

In Utah, the Department of Financial Institutions regulates all state-chartered financial institutions pursuant to authority of Title 7 of the Utah Code Annotated 1953, as Amended, "FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ACT." IBs are authorized to engage in the "banking business" under the statutory framework of Title 7, FDIC rules and regulations that generally apply to commercial banks will apply.

The flexibility of an IB charter has made it an attractive vehicle for some large and well-known corporations. IBs offer a versatile depository charter for companies that are not permitted to, or that choose not to, become subject to the limitations of the Bank Holding Company Act or the Glass Steagall Act.

Most operating IBs have taken advantage of Utah's Consumer Code and marketed specialized products or services nationwide. These companies have taken advantage of the exportation of interest rates and other charges afforded national banks and federally insured state-chartered financial institutions. An IB mainstay has been the issuance of credit cards to consumers and businesses nationally.

Utah has established a reputation for a positive regulatory environment. The process of obtaining an IB charter commences with an application to the Department of Financial Institutions under Sections 7-1-704 and 706 of the Utah Code and an application for insurance of deposits with the FDIC. Because the information requested in the FDIC application is similar to that requested in the State application, the FDIC application can be filed in lieu of the State application.

In reviewing an application and business plan for approval, the Department gives considerable weight to the following factors. Many other factors may also be considered in the ultimate approval process.

1. The character, reputation and financial standing of the organizer(s).

2. The organizers have the resources (source of capital) to support an IB.

3. Selection of a Board of Directors, the majority of who, must be outside, unaffiliated individuals, some of whom must be Utah residents.

4. The establishment of a Utah organization where autonomous decision making authority and responsibilities reside with the board and management such that they are in control of the IB's activities and direction.

5. Utah-based management that has a track record, the knowledge, expertise and experience in operating a depository institution in a regulated environment.

6. Management that is independent of the parent; however, the goals and policies of the parent may be carried out if defined in the IB's business plan.

7. A bona fide business plan and purpose for the existence of an IB, in which deposit taking is an integral component, including three years pro forma projections and supporting detail.

8. FDIC deposit insurance.

9. All IB lending and activities will be reviewed in light of strict compliance with the spirit and letter of Federal Reserve Regulations Section 23 A and B, Restrictions on Transactions with Affiliates and Regulation O.

As with all depository institutions, IBs are subject to safety and soundness examinations by the Department of Financial Institutions and the FDIC. IB examinations are usually conducted jointly with the FDIC annually. An IB is also subject to examinations under the Community Reinvestment Act and will receive a compliance examination.

If you have questions about IBs, please contact Darryle Rude at the Utah Department of Financial Institutions, (801) 538-8830.

* Senate Bill 176 authorizes all industrial banks and those commercial and savings banks that are Sub S corporations to convert to Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). However, a change of tax status may only occur once the IRS approves banks for LLC status, which is expected. The drafting required changing Industrial Loan Corporation (ILC) to Industrial Loan company everywhere it occurs in the Code. DFI took advantage of this fact to make a change to Industrial Bank instead of ILC.
Our Partnership
The Products
The Environment
Expected Net Income in three years
Finance
New Product Lines
The New Standard
The New Light Switch
We know that the most important thing we can do to reduce our impact on the environment is to improve our products’ environmental performance.

That’s why we design them to use less material, ship with smaller packaging, be free of toxic substances, and be as energy efficient and recyclable as possible.

As other companies are solely focused on growth first, we remain committed to choosing products that have the least amount of impact on the environment.

Our goal is to be the best in our industry whose entire product line not only meets but exceeds the strict energy guidelines of the ENERGY STAR specification.
Minimizing the Impact of Our Growth

Digital marketing: Kickstarter (Pre-ordering), Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Twitter
Redefining “lightstyle”
Free Mobile App on Android and iPhone.

Saving the Planet

Sales-based methods: loyalty programs, discounts for institutions and businesses
Who are we?
Is about marketing and developing transformative technologies for everyone while focusing on our impact on the environment.

Our global society can only reach its maximum potential if we know what is possible.
We seek to change what people perceive as normal and to make an ordinary object – the light bulb – extraordinary.
Presented by
Our Mission
The Future: 5 to 10 years later
price comparison
Estimated selling plan
First year: Products promotion and inventory.

A large sum of fixed cost.

Second year: More products are sold. Profits become positive and begin to pay the tax.

Third year: Take part in more financial activities like long-term investments and loans. Expanse our business.
Financial Plan
Main Supplier: Rave Opto, ViriBright, Illuminarc
Shenzhen and Hong Kong Enterprises
Supply chains
Operations have lasted more than 7 years
Cheapest option available that will abide by our environmentally friendly standards.
provides different components we need (time controller, remote control, etc.)
Distribution Company: Amazon
Our Focus: The Customer
Success Starts Where It Ends: With the Customer.

Strong recommendations from retailers, press reviews, consumer opinions, and friends and family, contribute to a high rate of product referrals, brand recognition and ongoing momentum. Combined, these recommendation channels nourish the connection between Icarus and its discerning community as market share increases. And because we invest wholeheartedly in refining our product, we champion the customer as the hero through every stage of innovation.
Toxic substance Removal
Designing greener products means considering the environmental impact of the materials used to make them. From the glass, plastic, and metal in our products to the paper and ink in our packaging, our goal is to continue leading the industry in reducing or eliminating environmentally harmful substances.One of the environmental challenges facing our industry today is the presence of toxic substances such as arsenic, brominated flame retardants (BFRs), mercury, phthalates, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in products. Although most countries still allow use of these substances, we have worked with our manufacturing partners to eliminate them from our products. Every light bulb that we produce features mercury-free LED backlighting and arsenic-free glass.
Responsible Manufacturing
Our Recycling Program
Once our product reaches the end of its lifespan, the customer can mail the old bulb at no cost to us so that we can recycle the various components of the bulb responsibly. In return the customer will receive a 10% discount on a new bulb. All e-waste collected by Apple-controlled voluntary and regulatory programs worldwide is processed in the region in which it was collected. Nothing is shipped overseas for recycling or disposal. Our recyclers must comply with all applicable health and safety laws, and Apple does not allow the use of prison labor at any stage of the recycling process. Nor do we allow the disposal of hazardous electronic waste in solid-waste landfills or incinerators.
Nimbus is committed to ensuring that working conditions in our supply chain are safe, workers are treated with respect and dignity, and manufacturing processes are environmentally responsible.
Our Business Strategy
Nimbus Works
Freedom of Light
Enlightenment
& Abundance
We are Nimbus Works as a company, and as individuals, we value integrity, personal excellence, continual self-improvement, and mutual respect. We have a passion for technology and how it can improve our lives.

The world is undergoing big challenges, and we pride ourselves on bringing forth solutions to change how people enjoy the world by marketing the highest technology available in the market
The"New Light Bulb, New Lifestyle" Campaign
Constraints Analysis
Market Analysis
5+7=
a) Conception
b) Timing
c) Recognition
d) Low fixed cost
Strengths
Weaknesses
a) Manufacturing
b) Custom service
c) Human resource
Opportunities
a) LED light Technology
b) Advanced Switches
c) Easy User interface
d) Positive Cash flow
Threats
a) Major Suppliers
Phillips
General Electric
Siemens
b) Cheaper Similar Products
The New Standard is our energy efficient multi-color LED bulb. Bring natural color into lifeand enjoy new innovative technology.
Environmentally and economically friendly.
Smart switches control multiple lights and even standard light bulbs,

The monolithic black design looks amazing in any environment. It is a wonderful touch controlled switch with the same smart technology
2012
2024
2017
FIVE YEARS


2018
This the best product. on the market it combines an industry leading energy efficient LED bulb with sensors and wireless capabilities. This is a single bulb that lets you control the lighting for this specific bulb.
LED LIGHT vs. Traditional Lighting
Euro market projection:
2012 estimated: 3 billion USD and by 2015, the market can reach 10 billion USD

2011-2015 growth rate is approximately 38%
Current Industry Leaders: Philips, DE, and Osrang
Nimbus Works
"Enlightenment and Abundance"
Inside and Out: Technology
The Story Behind Nimbus
The end of the story
Happiness and Success
Our products are environmental friendly, highly efficient, on the cutting edge of technology, long lasting very affordable.

Our vision is change what people think is possible and to help humanity reach its greatest potential.
Living in the Light
Installation: Setting up your Experience
Installation couldn’t be easier. It fits in any 60W 240V light fixture and is an easy and effective way of quickly modernizing any place.
Using Your New Light
It can be used as a traditional light, but the true value is in our smart features. It can be turned on and off by a switch, or you can gain greater control online and with a smartphone.
Nimbus Helps you Save
APP Development
iOS
Android
LEDs are the most efficient lights available. They’re also the longest lasting, to help save you money in the long run. Led Lights can learn when you’re away, when you don’t need the lights on, and when to dim the lights to create a more natural feeling. Invight also makes it easy to keep track of your energy consumption.
WP7
Online Services
Are the lights off or on?
Is someone in there right now?
Control your business or home from anywhere in the world, and keep track of your costs and patterns easily.
Mobile Light Applications
Use the mobile app to control your light in ease. Change settings, set alarms, set timers, set alerts, and make your life that much easier. Our app is available for iOS and android, and there is a mobile website for other platforms.
Technical Components
LEDs in RGB set up
Timing Module
Wifi Chip with built in
I/O Controller
Registers
Ambient Light Sensor
Features
Money Saving Features
You can program your Light to automatically turn on your lights at regularly scheduled times. It can even turn on lights when it becomes dark outside.
Scheduling
With the smart-phone app enabled on your phone, Invight can be told to turn off your lights when you leave. When the smart-phone app realizes you have left your house, it quickly sends a message to the Light to turn off.
Auto Away
The Lights can be set to light up when your smart-phone senses a presence. It can even be set to only turn on in the rooms you’re currently using.
It can display your home in millions of colors. Change the lighting for any event or demand and have the light shine in the most natural light possible. You can even have the color change for the season or the time of day.
Natural Lighting
Light is always connected
Real-Time Control
Your Nimbus Account
Automatic Updates
Secure and Reliable
Control your light from your laptop or smartphone. Change anything from anywhere, all in real-time.
Log in online and you will be able to adjust settings and see your energy history. See where and when you use your lights the most, and keep track of your patterns. You can learn a lot about yourself very easily.
Software updates will be automatically pushed to your Light to keep it up to date and to keep evolving how you interact with your home.
We are constantly working to deliver a better experience. We are learning from you, and we are developing imaginative ways to make your life better.
Commercial Websites
Auto-Home
Light in the 21st Century
Our Marketing Strategy
2020
Cons
Pros
More frequent light fades
Low actual lighting output compared to Incandescent lights
Ultra-energy-efficient
Low energy Costs
Long working life
Little to no maintenance
No mercury, heat, UV or infrared
Recyclable and Environmentally Friendly
Policy: Now in most European countries, high-energy-cost Incandescent light bulbs are illegal.
Tradition: Europe companies have been leading the trend in lighting industry. Lots of conferences and fairs are held every year.
Cost: There are high electrical fees in Europe, which means that energy saving is highly valued.
Demand: Population in Europe: 0.8 billion, 13-14% world population, but account for over 20% market demand.
Current Market Trends
Massive demand for high quality lighting that is simultaneously environmentally friendly
Respect to culture: lighting as an essential part of the personality of the city.
Development of Nimbus Works & GoLightWise
Develop Relationships with many manufacturers
Market penetration in USA, Canada, Europe,
Establish more partnerships with online retailers
Partnerships with worldwide governments
Europe
North America
Asian Market
Expand Research and Development of new products
Physical Galleries across the World
You'll see allies instead of enemies
You'll see keys instead of locks
You'll see solutions instead of obstacles

-Earl Mamn
The new technology will be showcased at the China International Industry Fair beginning on 5 November in Shanghai, where around 10 sample Li-Fi kits will be displayed.

The new bulb is seen as a cost-friendly product that can greatly help in preventing hacking of wireless signals as light cannot penetrate walls when compared to radio signals.

The development comes at a time when the Chinese are replacing incandescent bulbs with LED light bulbs.

"Wherever there is an LED light bulb, there is an internet signal," said Nan. "Turn off the light and there is no signal."
change to Nimbus
Change to Nimbus
Asset Based Economics
14. Releasing things easily
/ Hanging on to things.
You may not know it, but the IRS deals with you strictly under the laws of commerce.

And just like the T-I-N man, Commerce is heartless!

When you think about dealing with the IRS (a UCC-constituted corporation) you probably lose a little courage too.

Our Values and Ideals
Allow Total Integrity
Trust and Confidence
new technologies are changing the world and the way
we work and earn
INCOME
Today
Sales Compensation Platform
Step 1... Business Basics
Step 9 ... New Business Forms
Step 8... Sales Operations and Development
Step 7... Lighting and Energy Systems
Step 6... Financial Relationship
Step 5....Executive Management
Step 2 ... Application Paperwork
Getting Started
Step 3... Commercial Light Agency
Step 4... Description of Service
Responsibilities
GoLightWise is a Wholesale/Retail Distributor of Lighting Products for Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Muncipal and Entertainment applications. Sales Managers and Agents are compensated for work based on the following terms and conditions.
Light
Contractual Relationships
Income
Technology Modernization
Special Agent
= Application Documents

Power Broker
= Application Documents







Special agents are authorized to conduct either only a single transaction or a specified series of transactions over a limited period of time
GoLightWise, acts as the Universal Agent and providing body.

It has retained the services of Nimbus:Works to manage and oversee the Commercial Light Agency's sales operation and its membership.
GoLightWise is contracted with the General Agent
Managing financial operations in compliance
Customer and Member Relationships
Management
Resources
Products
Marketing
ADMINISTRATION
organize teams of agents
The Special Agent works within Marketing on behalf of the General Agent through a Commercial Agency relationship. Compensation is determined by contract between the General Agent and the Special Agent following the Guidelines organized and presented by the Universal Agency of GoLightWise
Commercial Lighting Agencies
Establishment of
Direct & Referral Sales Projections and Income Expectations
= http://www.golightwise.com
= http://www.gonimbus.com
General agents hold a more limited authority to conduct a series of transactions over a continuous period of time
The financial enterprise offers the General Agent
full capacity to engage as many special agents as appropriate to effectively service business interests
Nimbus Works operates on a administrative
budget based upon production volumes.
Operate Business on behalf of GoLightWise
Organize Marketing and Referral Agents
10% of Sales Volume Produced
$
Wholesale and Retail Development
TARGET
MARKET
New Business
Financial Opportunity
Closing Deals
GoLightWise Business and Online Forms
http://www.golightwise.com
Submit Hiring Papers
Step 9 ... New Business Forms
Step 9 ... New Business Forms
Sharing Abundance
Sharing Abundance
Abundance Attracting Qualities/ Repelling Qualities

1. Honoring your worth and time/ Not honoring your worth and time
2. Giving and receiving freely/ Not giving or being open to receive.
3. Opening your heart/ Closing your heart.
4. Expecting the best to happen/ Worrying that the worst will happen.
5. Coming from your heart/ Getting into power struggles.
6. Doing your best/ Cutting corners.
7. Wanting everyone to succeed, cooperating/ Competing
8. Focusing on how you can serve others/ Thinking only of what others will give you.
9. Telling yourself why you can succeed/ Telling yourself why you can't succeed.
10. Coming from your integrity/ Compromising your values and ideals.
11. Being aware and paying attention/ Operating on automatic.
12. Applauding others' success/ Feeling threatened by others' success.
13. Embracing your challenges/ Choosing safety and comfort over growth.
14. Releasing things easily/ Hanging on to things.
15. Believing it's never too late, taking action on your dreams/ Thinking it's too late, giving up.
16. Giving yourself permission to be and do what you want/ Waiting for others to give you permission
17. Believing your path is important/ Not believing in your path.
18. Doing what you love for your livelihood/ Working only for the money.
19. Detaching, surrendering to your higher good/ Feeling needy or that you must have something.
20. Giving to other's prosperity/ Giving to other's need.
21. Doing your higher purpose activities first/ Putting off higher purpose activities until you have more time.
22. Seeing yourself as the source of your abundance/ Viewing others as the source of your abundance.
23. Believing in abundance/ Believing in scarcity
24. Believing in yourself, self-confidence, self-love/ Worrying, fears, doubts, self-criticism.
25. Clear intent and directed will/ Vague or undefined goals.
26. Following your joy/ Forcing yourself, creating "have to's" and "should's"
27. Surrounding yourself with objects that reflect your aliveness/ Keeping objects that aren't tools to express your aliveness.
28. Expressing gratitude and thanks/ Feeling the world owes you.
29. Trusting in your ability to create abundance/ Worrying over finances.
30. Following your inner guidance/ Ignoring inner guidance.
31. Looking for a winning solution for everyone/ Not caring if the other person wins.
32. Becoming your own authority/ Not believing in your inner wisdom.
33. Measuring abundance as fulfilling your purpose and happiness/ Measuring abundance only by how much money you have.
34. Enjoying the process as much as the goal/ Doing things only for the goal.
35. Clear agreements/ Unspoken or vague expectations.
36. Thinking how far you have come/ Focusing on how far you have to go.
37. Speaking of abundance/ Talking about problems and lack.
38. Remembering past successes/ Remembering past failures.
39. Thinking in expanded, unlimited ways/ Thinking in limited ways.
40. Think of how you will create money/ Thinking of how you need money.
41. Focusing on what you love and want/ Focusing only on what you don't want.
42. Allowing yourself to have/ Feeling you don't deserve to have.
Business Plan

TEAM PRODUCTION - Month 2
Hire Five Special Agents to work with on Projects
Select first one ready with 5 project referrals
Make Five Estimates on Businesses and do minimum $50k
Second Week - Work with next special agent who is ready
Third Week - Work with next best agent on project referrals
Fourth Week - Work with next agent or hire more.


PERSONAL PRODUCTION

Five Project Referrals First Week
Five Estimates on Mid Sized Businesses
Five New Prospects on Target Businesses
Gross Sales Goals of $50,000 first Month

The basis of GoLightWise is LED Light Technology
The next 10 years will see a radical change in Lighting
With these changes there will be many opportunities

The Light Agencies are managed and operated by Power Brokers
Brokers can train as many Special Agents as they can manage
Free Agents are Referral Agents that can List Projects
Business Plan
TEAM PRODUCTION - Month 2
Hire Five Special Agents to work with on Projects
Select first one ready with 5 project referrals
Make Five Estimates on Businesses and do minimum $50k
Second Week - Work with next special agent who is ready
Third Week - Work with next best agent on project referrals
Fourth Week - Work with next agent or hire more.

PERSONAL PRODUCTION

Five Project Referrals First Week
Five Estimates on Mid Sized Businesses
Five New Prospects on Target Businesses
Gross Sales Goals of $50,000 first Month
The basis of GoLightWise is LED Light Technology
The next 10 years will see a radical change in Lighting
With these changes there will be many opportunities
The Light Agencies are managed and operated by Power Brokers
Brokers can train as many Special Agents as they can manage
Free Agents are Referral Agents that can List Projects
The Plan
Is Simple, Powerful, Practical and Its time
WHO IS
The
GROUP


New Clients

Social Media/Email

Events

Surveys

Public Relations

Product Sales

Buy and refer

Prospecting

Qualifying

Selling

SALES FUNNEL

identify needs - open ended questioning

confirm needs - closing sale

MARKETING PIPELINE

Existing Clients


MARKETING PIPELINE: MECHANISMS TO WIN NEW CLIENTS

Events= appointments, interviews, salons discussions, lectures, product launches
Surveys= customer queries, survey initiatives
Product Sales= costumer conversion to service, purchase of derivative product
Product Sales= to existing clients, referrals, new clients

THE MEANS TO DISSEMINATE THE MESSAGE

Website
Social Media
Email
Public Relations

SALES FUNNEL

Prospecting = identifying potential clients through marketing pipeline and cold calling

Qualifying = learning identity, role, and needs, eliminating non potential clients

Selling = converting potential clients into new clients through services and product sales


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