Vision: Creating the world we need together: By transforming our
lives, work, social structures, and economies to the benefits of all
and our self.
Mission: To facilitate, implement, and accomplish sustainable
development programs and projects in 200 target countries, to
reduce climate risk and realize the U.N. Sustainability Development
About Sam Ashrafi
Full name: Heydar Ashrafi Kakhaki
Nationality and birth: Iran
Education Background: He has studied Biomedical Engineering for
four years at the Polytechnic University of Armenia between 2005-
2009 as well as a holder of a master's diploma in Biotechnology
between 2011-2013 at the National Academy Science of Armenia.
He has attended an intensive English preparation course at The
Hague University of Applied Science in 2019.
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He has over ten years' experience as an operational manager in our
business located in Armenia, whose activities are in the field of
Licorice Raw material supply merely related to sustainability.
Licorice root sources are all wild and natural and national resources,
where he has spent a lot of time and effort learning. We have been
owning the major and only Licorice root exporter company to
European countries and mainly to Georgia, where we place our
He started working in the World Sustainability Fund (W.S.F.) under
a volunteer agreement for three months in June 2019. W.S.F. is a
non-profit company that operates the country's sustainable
development programs, which aim to make promotions in
Sam's positions at W.S.F.:
1. As Country Manager
Currently, he was assigned by W.S.F. to implement a
country sustainability development program in Armenia as a
long term project.
2. As a board member
He will contribute to countries Sustainability Development
Programs for the rest of the countries under cover of W.S.F.
Over the 14 years, he has been living in Armenia, and he has
experienced trading, educational, and cultural backgrounds of
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Armenia. He can communicate with Armenians like native people.
He has several connections from key people and authorities of
different companies and people who are experts in developing
Country Sustainability Development Programs and any other
opportunities in Armenia. He can open a business relation between
Dutch and Armenia at a professional level, which would be
beneficial for both countries' economies.
Location: Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indië 252 Den Haag, 2593 CD
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5
1.1. Company description 6
1.2. Marketing Strategy 6
1.3. Organizational and Management Plan 6
1.4. Execution plan 6
1.5. Financial Forecast 6
2. BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 7
2.1. PERSONAL BACKGROUND 7
2.2. INVOLVEMENT OF THE BUSINESS 7
2.3. NATURE OF THE COMPANY 7
2.4. NAME OF THE COMPANY 7
2.5. COMPANY LOCATION AND ADDRESS 8
2.6. START OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS 9
2.7. INDUSTRY 10
2.8. GROWTH STRATEGY 11
2.9. JUSTIFICATION OF THE BUSINESS 12
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2.10. GOALS OF THE COMPANY 12
CHAPTER THREE 13
3. MARKETING PLAN 13
3.1. INTRODUCTION 13
3.2. MARKETING AREA 13
3.4. MARKETING SHARE 16
3.5. PROMOTION 17
3.6. DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY 18
CHAPTER FOUR 19
4. ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN 19
4.1. INTRODUCTION 19
4.2. PERSONNEL, NUMBER, AND DUTIES 20
4.3. RECRUITMENT, TRAINING, AND PROMOTIONAL PROGRAM 21
4.4. LICENSES, PERMITS, AND BI-LAWS 23
4.5. SUPPORTIVE PROFESSIONAL AND SERVICES 23
4.6. REMUNERATION AND INCENTIVES: 24
CHAPTER FIVE 26
5. OPERATIONAL PLAN 26
5.1. PRODUCTION FACILITIES AND CAPACITIES 26
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5.2. PRODUCTION STRATEGY 28
5.3.SWOT ANALYSIS 29
CHAPTER SIX 30
6. FINANCIAL FORECAST 30
6.1. ASSUMPTIONS 30
6.2. PRE-OPERATIONAL COSTS 31
6.3. BALANCE SHEET 31
6.4. BREAK-EVEN LEVELS 31
6.7. DESIRED FINANCING 32
6.8. RETURN ON EQUITY 32
6.9. RETURN ON INVESTMENT 32
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
World Sustainability Fund is a non-profit organization that operates the Country
Sustainability Development programs in developing countries. Those projects aimed to make
promotions in developing countries in many different areas, which will cause the development of
people's living standards. Market research indicates that many countries worldwide are currently
seeking sustainable development projects that will suit their needs, which brings the potential for
a company like the World Sustainability Fund to grow. We believe that employing experts in
their trades World Sustainability Fund has the potential to grow as well as improve the living
standards of people in developing countries.
World Sustainability Fund (W.S.F.) is a global N.G.O. That supports the creation of "the
world we need" for sustainable living. W.S.F. has developed a Country Sustainable Development
Program that generally applies to every country, based on the Intended Nationally Determined
Contribution (INDC) of each country. W.S.F. proposes ten Sustainable Development projects to
implement in Armenia. Those projects aimed to make promotions in developing countries in
many different areas, which will cause the development of people's living standards. Those
programs are in Energy (Renewable energy, Energy distribution), Transport, Waste handling,
Afforestation, Reforestation, and Agriculture. W.S.F. wants to create the world we need together:
By transforming our lives, work, social structures, and economies to the benefits of all and our
self and gaining a triple win for Planet, People, and Profit. W.S.F. supports you on all levels to
become more successful in this by delivering insights into what is needed, financial help,
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planning, and best practices. You can help W.S.F. by integrating this in your daily life,
sponsoring, and helping other people to create the "world we need."
Sustainable development is the development that meets the needs of the present without
compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs: increasing human
population and resulting consumption plan extreme pressures on natural resources and the
environment. Future generations may be at risk of losing this vast source of economic security,
quality of life, and environmental stability if we don't find sustainable methods. The World
Sustainability Fund is a global non-profit organization that supports the creation of "the world
we need" for sustainable living. W.S.F. will offer programs like; Renewable energy (wind),
Renewable energy (Solar), Renewable energy (hydro), Energy distribution, Energy demand,
Transport, Waste handling, Afforestation, Reforestation, and agriculture. These programs will
help improve the living standards of people and enhance sustainable development. Success
factors are enhanced living standards of people, and those projects aimed to make promotions in
developing countries in many different areas.
Sustainable development is the organizing principle for meeting human development
goals while simultaneously sustaining the ability of natural systems to provide the natural
resources and ecosystem services on which the economy and society depend. The desired result
is a state of society where living conditions and resources use is to continue to meet human needs
without undermining the integrity and stability of the natural system. Modern economies are
endeavoring to reconcile ambitious economic development and obligations of preserving natural
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resources and ecosystems, usually seen as of conflicting nature. World Sustainability Fund,
"W.S.F." Non-profit Company wants to bridge this gap by developing a Country Sustainable
Development program that generally applies to every country. Our Company mostly operates its
projects in different countries and regions in Africa, Asia, Caribbean sea basin countries, Eastern
America, and many more developing countries all around the world.
Education and job enhancement are also our focus on developing and implementing sustainable
development projects. We understand that promoting sustainable development projects does not
happen when detriment the economic growth and job creation. On the contrary, past initiatives
demonstrated to increase education on the topic of sustainability (e.g., through workshops and
public initiatives aimed to increase the awareness on climate change), as well as the creation of
hundreds of jobs, will help in the implementation of sustainable development projects. Hence,
we are pursuing sustainable development goals without hurting their economic development
goals and give benefits to the national community.
The mission of W.S.F. is to save the climate within 25 years. To achieve this, we adopt the
United Nations based proven technologies, certifications, and financial structures. The long-term
strategy is to provide global capacity building and best practices to accomplish the Clean
Development Mechanism (C.D.M.) projects in 200 countries. At W.S.F., we believe the one-
solution-fix-all-problems approach does not work in the sustainability field. Even if it is right
following the sectorial best practices that can benefit the development of sustainable projects,
each country has its priorities and its needs. Therefore, we then customize the project proposals
based on specialized and technical studies where a specific country sustainability's position is
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deeply analyzed, and dedicated solutions proposed, which sets us apart from other sustainable
development project providers.
1. BUSINESS DESCRIPTION
1.1. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Mr. Emile van Essen is the founder and chairman of the World Sustainability Fund. The
W.S.F. was established in 2011 in The Hague to successfully create sustainable projects all
over the world through obtaining funds from investors worldwide. Our founder, Emile, has
worked closely with the U.N. in helping the integrative healthcare planning, education,
poverty reduction, and integral Development Planning that have altogether proved to be very
crucial in the fight for sustainable development worldwide. He has also played a role in the
planning of the U.N. post-2015 Agenda system concerning politics, economics, society,
finance, and technology.
Our organization has global experts and more than 80 volunteers from different
nationalities. The Board members expertise in our organization covers senior critical skills
(M.B.A., Legal, Financial, H.R., Communications, and I.C.T.). The staff members cover the
core duties of the organization, services, program, and project, in general, as well as in
C.D.M., S.D.G., Project, and Program Management.
1.2. INVOLVEMENT OF THE COMPANY
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The W.S.F. supports this primary key for the optimistic future by educating the world
about the importance of sustainability and giving them a realistic manner about healthy,
sustainable life and above all-in benefiting the planet and the people. W.S.F. comes in to help
national governments and private investors to bridge the gap between them and international
institutions like the United Nations and the European Union, where vital funds for
sustainable goals can be accessed. By gaining funds, we launch the W.S.F. sustainability
program, starting with the establishment of management offices locally in countries as legal
entities that help in organizing the management and in successfully reaching the needed level
of sustainability aim. Such aims comprise; poverty reduction, reforesting, water supply, food
supply, energy, and many more, has developed a Country Sustainable Development Program
that generally applies to every country. What does W.S.F. bring to the Dutch Economy? The
Dutch economy will thrive in various directions, Labor, Trade, Products, Science, Climate
savings, Finance and savings, Sustainability, S.D.G.'s, and International contracts.
1.3. NATURE OF THE BUSINESS
W.S.F. is under the management of Mr. Emile because of the following:
Demonstrated long term success in sustainable development programs worldwide.
There is a highly experienced team in financial management, Leadership, and Strategy.
Decision making for such a business requires high expertise and extensive consultation.
1.4. NAME OF THE BUSINESS
The business is named World Sustainability Fund
1.5. BUSINESS LOCATION AND ADDRESS
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World Sustainability Fund will set up in The Netherlands.
The business will operate under the following address
World Sustainability Fund
Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indië 252 Den Haag, 2593 CD
1.6. COMMENCEMENT OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS
The management is familiar with the Sustainable Development Programs, and the business will
commence as soon as all plans are complete.
One of the biggest concerns in the field of non-profit organizations is the lack of funding to
W.S.F will cover the projects and target funds. Company and the other financial parties that like
the honor for sponsorship in the country of interest. W.S.F. will use several ways like semi-
commercial sponsor investment, Armenia government support, and other nations' support, to get
funds to open the local office in Armenia.
Business rules and regulations
World Sustainability Fund uses these rules:
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Roles are defined around the work, not people, and are updated regularly. People fill in
II. Distributed Authority
Authority is distributed truly to teams and roles. Decisions making is locally done.
III. Rapid Iterations
The organization structure is updated regularly via small iterations—every team self-
IV. Transparent Rules
The same rules bound everyone, and Rules are visible to all.
World Sustainability Fund falls in the field of sustainable development program providers, which
is rapidly growing due to increased demand for Sustainable Development Programs.
Future of the industry
W.S.F. has developed a Country Sustainable Development Program that generally applies to
every country. Those projects aim to make promotions in developing countries in many different
areas, which will cause the development of people's living standards.
1.8. GROWTH STRATEGY
Growth is being driven primarily by the development of people's living standards. Growth is
achievable through the promotions and projects World Sustainability Fund aims to make in the
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developing countries and employment of skilled and well knowledgeable staff. Our clients will
be able to get high-quality services and experience increased better service delivery.
1.9. JUSTIFICATION OF THE BUSINESS
The research carried out on the area justifies its suitability due to the following reasons;
i. Demand: There is a high demand for sustainability development programs such as
Renewable energy (wind), Renewable energy (Solar), Renewable energy (hydro),
Energy distribution, Energy demand, Transport, Waste handling, Afforestation,
Reforestation, and agriculture in many developing countries.
2.9.1 Critical Success Factors
The crucial factors for success in the industry are:
Location: W.S.F. offices are suitably located and are easily accessible to their clients.
Service factors: One of the primary drivers of excellent service in the World Sustainability Fund
is the dedication to our sustainable development programs.
Price: W.S.F. is a non-profit organization.
Annual sales and market sale
To estimate annual sales World Sustainability Fund will use the following steps:
Step 1: Determine the number of yearly clients the World Sustainability Fund will have.
The World Sustainability Fund target is 9% of clients within 12 months of operation.
Step 2: Based on the 9% of clients, what will the World Sustainability Fund's annual sale be?
We are projecting 9% growth at the end of 2020, followed by a 15 % growth after that.
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2.9.2 Marketing Objectives
Create strong brand recognition with a transcultural approach towards
Set up a steady defensive position in sustainable development programs
Keep a high level of client service distinction
GOALS OF THE BUSINESS
a) Increase the satisfaction of clients' needs
b) Attain clients' allegiance
a) Give the best quality products and services to our clients
b) To increase company growth by 30%.
2. MARKETING PLAN
Marketing our service-oriented business requires establishing a reputation for expertise and
excellence. Our first step in developing sustainable development projects was started by
analyzing the market and sustainable development by each country. We have created
methodological research that we use for country research, examining and continue to develop
sustainable development projects. We call our methodological research as "Toolkit Analysis."
Through this toolkit, we will obtain a country-specific situation towards climate change, what the
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country needs regarding sustainability, project locations, and identification of potential local
partners and stakeholders.
2.2. Marketing area
World Sustainability Fund mostly operates its projects in different countries and regions in
Africa, Asia, Caribbean Sea basin countries, Eastern America, and many more developing
countries all around the world.
Some of the competition takes 60% of the sustainable development programs and mostly provide
their services at high-costs.
To guarantee fair competition, World Sustainability Fund will use strategies like:
We are providing first-class services that aim to improve people's living standards.
We are maintaining a close relationship with our clients.
Sampling clients' views on the quality of services we offer and if they need an alternative
or help to satisfy their needs.
2.4. MARKETING SHARE
Research suggests that competitors take 45% of share in the total market area. World
Sustainability Fund aims to change these figures and occupy 35% in a year with a target market
share of up to 50% countrywide and above 75% market share globally. Market share is
achievable through a favorable advertising blend, which includes;
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Effective service delivery.
We are providing on-time responses to our clients' demands.
Advertising to retain and enhance market share, assembly opposition, reaching targets return on
investment, and for survival.
2.5. DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY
(a) TOOLKIT ANALYSIS
The toolkit, created by the W.S.F., helps with our systematically designed country project
management. The toolkit used for the country analysis offers easy accessibility and careful
planning. The process of developing a sustainable project will be done based on the information
and research that is already done by the toolkit analysis. We will propose appropriate solution
plans for a given country, which consists of a large scale project that focuses on wind, solar,
hydro, energy distribution, energy demand, transportation, waste handling, afforestation,
reforestation, and agriculture. Our "toolkit analysis" methodological research has consisted of 35
points divided into three focuses, which are need and plans, financial support, and contact.
(b) Brand Marketing
The World Sustainability Fund will contribute to sponsoring related social events to market our
It will also provide;
Excellent customer relations.
Treat each client with loyalty.
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Fulfill their requirements by offering advice and guidance courteously and promptly.
3. ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN
Five guiding principles support our vision:
o Customer contentment: working together for a similar cause,
o Teamwork: working together for the same purpose,
o Growth achievable through our sustainable development program.
o Accountability: delivering on commitment, and on time
o Diversity bridges cultural differences boosts collective wisdom, and improves reliance.
o Service and sociability: Enthusiasm in caring for clients.
3.2. PERSONNEL, NUMBER, AND DUTIES
The Bureau supports the founder's office, the Council, and the Board.
The Council controls and advises on the foundation's culture and targets.
Board members are chosen lead links of the department circles and operate within these
boundaries given by the Council.
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The World Sustainability Fund wants everyone to play a pivotal role in service delivery. Instead
of using a hierarchical structure, the Board and department circles use the Holacracy and
Glassfrog to organize.
The traditional hierarchy is reaching its limits, but “flat management” alternatives lack the rigor needed to run a
business effectively. Holacracy is a thir rd- way: it brings structure a nd discipline to a peer – to – peer workplace .
3.3. Operations Plan and Service Development Plan
The World Sustainability Fund operating model and procedures for the Company:
General Approach to Operations
In most companies, each person has exactly one job description. That description is often
imprecise, outdated, and irrelevant to their day-to-day work. In Holacracy, people have multiple
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roles, usually on different teams, and those role descriptions are updated frequently by the team
doing the work. Therefore, both backstage (behind the scenes) and the front stage (what the
clients experience) are critical.
Back Stage (Behind the Scenes Operations Activities)
o Staff Selection: Our staff will be carefully selected. Along with the skills they
need to perform their job, team members must be able to relate to clients in a
professional, thoughtful, and caring manner.
o Motivation: Our human resource strategies will strive to create an environment in
which people are comfortable being themselves, information is transparent, and
personal and organizational values are aligned.
o Glass frog services: The definitions of circles and roles as well as structures the
meetings, checklist, metrics, programs, and projects. It keeps track of tensions,
notes, and meeting history.
o Emergency plans: Emergency action plans, policies, procedures, and processes
will be established and documented in the operations manual.
o Operations Manual: We will prepare an operation manual to document and
articulate the day-to-day operational procedures of the Company.
o Code of ethics
o Financial administration manual
Front stage (What the Clients Experience)
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Customer Service: They will be available to answer or fulfill clients' requests and
offer consultation services according to clients' demands.
Client Tours: World Sustainability Fund will provide a tour to clients to sensitize
them on the importance of Sustainability Development Programs.
Weekly newsletter: We will email a weekly newsletter to clients with informative
data on Sustainability Development Programs.
3.4. RECRUITMENT, TRAINING, AND PROMOTIONAL PROGRAM
Training will familiarize the personnel with the process and give them all of the crucial skills like
communique, public relations, and hands-on abilities to have the know-how of excellent service
delivery and enhance teamwork. It may even allow them to:
Have enthusiasm while dealing with clients.
Borrow ideas from others.
Use competitors as their lever
The manager and other staff will do this training within select premises. The employees will also
be allowed to attend seminars for better service delivery outside the business premises.
The type of employees we need are experts in their trades. We will recruit our staff in different
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This process aims at improving the sustainable development program.
We will reward all employees in the Company who work hard towards the success of the
Company and promote the best staff on service delivery and commitment.
3.5. LICENSES AND BI-LAWS
I. Intended National Determined Contribution "INDC," a green and social plan that will be
arranged by the targeted country government.
II. Financial Institution support for Global Environmental Facility "GEF" and Country
Development Program "C.D.P.."
The business will use the following bi-laws during its operations:
Superior work stations that are registered and licensed to ensure a conducive working
environment for excellent service delivery.
3.6. REMUNERATION AND INCENTIVES:
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The business shall use the following remunerations:
(a) Working hours
Employees will enjoy flexible working hours and a favorable working environment.
(a) Salary schedule:
The salaries will vary with one's position and responsibilities.
The employee shall enjoy incentives in the business as a way of motivating them.
4. PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONAL PLAN
4.1. PRODUCTION FACILITIES AND CAPACITIES
The business will source finance from:
I. Job Description
In most companies, each person has exactly one job description. That description is often
imprecise, outdated, and irrelevant to their day-to-day work. In Holacracy, people have
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multiple roles, usually on different teams. Those role descriptions are updated frequently by
the team doing the work, which allows people a lot more freedom to express their creative
talents, and the organization can take advantage of those skills in a way it couldn't before.
Since roles are not tied directly to the people filling them, people can hand-off and pick-up
new roles reasonably quickly. But more than that, it means that when you're serving a
position, you're able to energize the work with a level of clarity and awareness most
traditional employees don't have. In Holacracy, the functions are vested with authority, not
the people, which means that the tasks and the authorities can be updated continuously
without office politics.
The business will employ up to 15 employees for the first year in W.S.F. local office in Armenia.
They also have the following skill:
Communication skills to transfer information regarding our services to clients.
Technical skills to help them to know about sustainability development-related
The World Sustainability Fund will use safe and dependable technology as per the requirement
of the clients to ensure order and ease their experience effectively.
4.2. PRODUCTION STRATEGY
World Sustainability Fund will use production techniques to market its services.
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World Sustainability Fund shall comply with the criteria as proven beneath:
1. Determining the services, products, and offerings within which we will reach our clients.
2. Determine the importance of the service inside the location
3. We are developing a more comprehensive picture relating to the clients' preferences.
4.3. SWOT ANALYSIS
-There is a high demand for sustainable
development programs in developing
-High expertise by our staff.
-There are a lot of competitors in
5. FINANCIAL PLAN
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This includes figuring out the route of action to reap the desired effects. It ensures financial
operations, improves motivation, and helps manage through decreasing uncertainties.
Monthly Revenue Break-even $22,033
Average Percent Variable Cost 0%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost $22,033
5.2. WORLD SUSTAINABILITY FUND BALANCE SHEET
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SURPLUS AND DEFICIT
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3
Funding $286,000 $261,000 $285,000
Direct Cost $0 $0 $0
Other Production Expenses $0 $0 $0
TOTAL DIRECT COST $0 $0 $0
Gross Surplus $286,000 $261,000 $285,000
Gross Surplus % 100.00% 100.00% 100.00%
Payroll $144,000 $157,000 $168,000
Sales and Marketing and Other Expenses $83,000 $39,000 $39,000
Depreciation $0 $0 $0
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Leased Equipment $0 $0 $0
Utilities $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
Insurance $1,800 $1,800 $1,800
Rent $12,000 $12,000 $12,000
Payroll Taxes $21,600 $23,550 $25,200
Other $0 $0 $0
Total Operating Expenses $264,400 $235,350 $248,000
Surplus Before Interest and Taxes $21,600 $25,650 $37,000
EBITDA $21,600 $25,650 $37,000
Interest Expense $0 $0 $0
Taxes Incurred $0 $0 $0
Net Surplus $21,600 $25,650 $37,000
Net Surplus/Funding 7.55% 9.83% 12.98%
PRO FORMA CASH FLOW
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3
Cash from Operations
Cash Funding $286,000 $261,000 $285,000
SUBTOTAL CASH FROM OPERATIONS $286,000 $261,000 $285,000
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Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received $0 $0 $0
New Current Borrowing $0 $0 $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-free) $0 $0 $0
New Long-term Liabilities $0 $0 $0
Sales of Other Current Assets $0 $0 $0
Sales of Long-term Assets $0 $0 $0
New Investment Received $0 $0 $0
SUBTOTAL CASH RECEIVED $286,000 $261,000 $285,000
Expenditures Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending $144,000 $157,000 $168,000
Bill Payments $110,701 $81,609 $79,864
SUBTOTAL SPENT ON OPERATIONS $254,701 $238,609 $247,864
Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out $0 $0 $0
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Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing $0 $0 $0
Other Liabilities Principal Repayment $0 $0 $0
Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment $0 $0 $0
Purchase Other Current Assets $0 $0 $0
Purchase Long-term Assets $0 $0 $0
Dividends $0 $0 $0
SUBTOTAL CASH SPENT $254,701 $238,609 $247,864
Net Cash Flow $31,299 $22,391 $37,136
Cash Balance $185,499 $207,890 $245,025
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