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  • 1.
  • 2. Intention
    As local partners we will provide consultation with investors.  We can help with understanding local laws, ownership issues, local customs.  Additionally, we are designing the local laws to safeguard investments, provide a road to liquidity and audit businesses to ensure investment transparency
    And… now we, at JDG (Jacmel Development Group) are ready to invite investors and partners to work with us to support sustainable development projects that create:
     
    • Social responsibility
    • 3. Sustainable scalability
    • 4. Return On Investment  
  • Introduction To Jacmel: Reza
    We want to help elevate one of Haiti’s national treasures, and share it with the world.
     
    What Jacmel needs:
    a. Jobs
    b. International investment
    c. International recognition and global awareness
    d. Socially responsible investors
    e. Environmental protection
  • 5. About Us – The Current JDG Team
    Maria Bello - internationally known actor and activist.
    David Bell - Jacmel Resident, founder of CINE institute
    Reza Bundy – global entrepreneur.
    Michael Capponi– developer and entrepreneur
    Dawn Emling – global strategist and sustainability expert.
    Joel Khawly – Jacmel business owner
    Annunzie Roy - is an entrepreneur and a community leader.
    Danielle Saint-Lot - entrepreneur, activist and served in Haiti’s government
    Lorraine Silvera - is an entrepreneur, restaurateur, with local knowledge.
  • 6. Why Jacmel?
    Local Population
    170,000 people
    39,000 Urban
    Closest to center of gravity
    86Km from PAP
    Local tourist destination for PAP
    Broad based opportunity
    Tourism
    AgriBusiness
    Ports and Logistics
    Airport
  • 7. Why Jacmel?
    Cradle of Culture
    • Historic landmark (New Orleans was modeled on downtown Jacmel)
    • 8. Artists
    • 9. crafts
    • 10. Yearly carnival
  • Why Jacmel?
    Local Values and Ethos:
    • Safe:
    • 11. Lowest in the nation
    • 12. Safe as/than NYC (TBD)
    • 13. Safe and Harmonious Community
    • 14. Concentration of decision making community
    • 15. Easy to socialize, approve and mobilize partners
    • 16. Open and entrepreneurial mindset
    • 17. Compounding complimentary co-existence
    • 18. Entirely sustainable
  • Why Jacmel?
    Conclusion:
    • Microcosm of Haiti:
    • 19. Experience all of the best of Haiti in a local setting
    • 20. Distinguished and a safe experience of all of Haiti
    • 21. Crown jewel of Haiti
    • 22. Protected by mountains, enriched with natural resources and culturally rich
    • 23. Founded 1698
  • Dawn Emling: Jacmel Principles
    We see ESG as the framework to safeguard and develop Jacmel.  
    Here are the Jacmel Development Group’s Principles for Jacmel:
    • pursue the best practices in environmental management, including energy efficiency, recycling, waste reduction and sustainable design and construction
    • 24. protect the natural resources and ecosystems of Jacmel
    • 25. pursue the best practices in labor and human rights in our operations and external relations
    • 26. establish and maintain strong, transparent and accountable governance structures
    • 27. support community economic and social development through the programs of an independent foundation, and
    • 28. support local businesses.
  • ESG (GOVERNANCE): Dawn Emling
    ESG is a proxy for good management and long term viability.
  • 29. First Project with JDG: Michael Capponi
    Vision
    Execution
    Enthusiasm
  • 30.
  • 31.
  • 32.
  • 33. Michael Capponi: Entrepreneur with ideas
    • Renderings
    • 34. Story of local enthusiasm
    • 35. Local partners aided and facilitated the vision
    Conclusion:
    JDG is a critical component to making my project come to fruition. Thanks to JDG’s initial help here, our Marina Project is already at the point where we can invite investor partners into this Marina project.
  • 36. JDG Project Two: Lorraine Silvera – Eco Lodge
    An entrepreneur and restaurateur with local knowledge
  • 37. JDG Foundation: David Bell
    David Bell to speak and put one slide example of how JDG can help fund social programs in Jacmel
  • 38. JDG Business Model: Reza Bundy
    Step 1: Entrepreneur (VISION)
    • Submits online proposal
    • 39. Initial presentation
    • 40. Evaluation of Business plan
     
    Step 2: Raise Donor Funding (MONEY)
    • Identify donors and understand their criteria
    • 41. Match projects to suitable donors
    • 42. Supply necessary transaction assistance to raise funding for project
  • JDG Business Model: Reza Bundy
    Step 3: Consulting (MANAGEMENT)
    • Help with local community, laws and labor issues (redtape)
    • 43. Identify corners of opportunity
    • 44. Find co-investors and partners (landowners, angels and local companies)
     
    Step 4: ESG (GOVERNANCE)
    • Maintain corporate governance over projects
    • 45. Ensure local community feedback
    • 46. Help solve conflicts as they arise
  • Conclusion: Danielle St Lot
    Jacmel Development Group is about:
    Sustainability + Expansion = Dynamic Model
     
    We all know success breeds success: viral opportunities are created ,whether local or national, to scale and replicate the accomplishments of people like these…
    ASK:
    And… now we, at JDG (Jacmel Development Group) are ready to invite investors and partners to work with us to support sustainable development projects that create:
     
    • Social responsibility
    • 47. Sustainable scalability
    • 48. Return On Investment  
  • Thank You