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    • BulleTrain Industries
      By: Rebecca Lee & William Kim
    • Summary of our Mini-Enterprise
      • In summary, we have already sold 10000 units of Xpresses to various locations (i.e. The Source, Costco, Best Buy).
      • The total revenue over the period of 6 months, has been
      approximately, $3 299 900 excluding costs and taxes.
      • Our product is technologically advanced and we say it should not be part of this generation. With our correct marketing scheme and your assistance we can revolutionize household products and electronics, ultimately creating a better future for our company, consumers and investors.
      • Marketing is a key component of our business plan, our main focus is to first, expand domestically throughout Canada and then expand internationally, selling to retailers around the world.
      • This will create jobs for Canada and benefit its local workers and also for manufacturing companies in China.
      • We will create business opportunities, clients and jobs, benefiting everyone. Most importantly, it will...make us all RICH!
    • Approach to be Successful?
      • Our approach is, overall fun and enthusiastic which will appeal to consumers and grab their attention. Also, to this ‘lively atmosphere,’ we will add a futuristic and technological themto the advertisements.
      • Reliability and convenience are our company’s attributes: two of the most important aspects when handling everyday meals.
      • Our approach will be successful because we have an ingenious product and an excellent marketing scheme for the present and future of our company and product.
    • Legal Constraints affecting our Mini - Enterprise
      • With our original and imaginative product, wehave already patented the product and the technology regarding instantaneous food.
      • Public liability insurance is offered to the consumer, of course with the Xpress. It provides broad coverage including: exposure to all property damage and bodily
      injury.
    • Explanation of our Mini – Enterprise
      • Our enterprise is a good idea because, in the long run, it will be cheaper for consumers, because instead of purchasing 2 products, we are offering 2 products for the price of one, for a small total fee.
      • In addition to the package fee, we are also incorporating an efficient, suitable and easy-to-use product for all households
      around the globe.
      • This product is also beneficial to our customers because it also displays the nutritional information regarding every food item that we offer.
    • Similar Businesses and Locations
      • Amana: Amana Radarange microwave oven was introduced by the Raytheon Company in 1967, and helped brings about the common use of microwaves in the home. The Amana Radarange still has the largest cooking capacity of any microwave brand. Amana's Sensor Cook feature monitors humidity and adjusts power levels and cooking time accordingly.
      • Bosch:The Bosch microwave brand features built-in, countertop, and over-the-range models. Bosch's 1,100 Watt built-in microwave oven is programmable and features 10 power levels plus a child lockout feature.
      • GE: GE sells microwave ovens under its GE Monogram brand and the GE Profile brand. GE Monogram microwave ovens are large, built-in ovens, while the GE Profile microwave brand features smaller, countertop and over-the-range models.
      • Jenn-Air:The Jenn-Air brand offers high-end, high-powered microwave ovens typically around 950 to 1,100 watts. Jenn-Air microwave/wall oven combos are popular among home chefs.
      • KitchenAid:KitchenAid's microwave brand includes a wide range ofstyles, features, and options, from affordablecountertop microwaves to high-capacity built-in
      microwave ovens. KitchenAid's built-in microwaveseries also includes convection microwaves and speedovens for the serious cook.
      • Panasonic: Panasonic promotes its microwave brand as the onewith an inverter turbo defrost feature. The inverterdefrost uses a low-power delivery that promises toprovide more consistent results and a natural,flavourful food texture.
      • Samsung: The Samsung microwave brand produces some of themost popular and highly rated microwave ovens onthemarket. Samsung grill microwave ovens are adifferenttwist on the usual design. One touch Indiancooking isalso a feature of some Samsung models,which mightexplain how Samsung won India's 2005EFY ConsumerChoice Award.
      • Wolf: The Wolf microwave brand offers the MW24, a modelwith 1,200watts of power and a capacity of 2 cubic feet.What's more, itfeatures a child lock and even a multilanguage capacity ofEnglish, French, and Spanish.
      Stores such as Advance Microwave Oven Services Ltd‎, Crawford Appliances and Air Conditioning, Chadwick’s &Hack’s Appliance and BBQ are located around each other butin different cities.
      Our main competitors will be Amana, Bosch, Jenn-Air, Panasonic, Samsung and the Wolf, brand wise.
    • TARGET MARKET
      • Our target market is for both men and women. For people on-the-go, mothers who are busy and need a healthy but also flavourful meal for the family and for men who also don’t have time and need food to bequick and easy to make. It can also be for teenagers who can get a
      nutritious mean throughout the day without the hassle of waiting andhaving to stick to simple, unhealthy food because it may be “too complicated” to make.
    • Nice Dragons?
      • With the help of the Dragons, AKA you, our company and our investors can revolutionize household products all around. By investing in our company and products you are not making a mistake; we will only bring in the best of the best and of course,make enormous profit. This is one company you won’t want tomiss out an opportunity on.
    • Thank You for watching Our Presentation!