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Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet
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Mobile phone E-commerce w/o use of the Internet

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  • 1. Global Multimedia Systems, GMS E-Flyers Advertising Method & E-Flyers Search Method for Any Mobile Phone Users W/O Internet & GPS (Fast, Easy, Free) Global contact: Toshio Hayakawa E-mail: thayakawa@gdm2.com USA: 310-916-8198 China contact: Charles Xiang E-mail: cxiang@gdm2.com China: 13710770578 1
  • 2. Mobile Ad Methods & IssuesSmart phone: Ads are “online stores” onlyFeature phone (2G to 3G): Text messages & images Ad are pushedIssues for both phones: Unable to search “daily/weekly promotional” info Unable to search “offline stores” info Too much unwanted info on small screens Not real time Security concern 2
  • 3. Methods of “Daily/Weekly” Promotional Advertising Old fashion way: Fryers Banners TV, radio, news papers & magazines New digital way: Web portal Online & Social media Online stores Facts & results: Old: Expensive, don’t produce good results, & not cost effective New: Expensive, not real time, too much unwanted info & not cost effective 3
  • 4. GMS Provides Two Major Functions Advertising methods for offline & online stores: Can advertise daily/weekly items immediately Can upload promotional Ad & edit by themselves using any cell phones Free advertisements Connect with local phone shoppers directory Works for all phone types (2G to LTE) Search capability method for consumers: Can search daily/weekly items info immediately Can search using “multiple search words”: Product descriptions, price or price ranges, & area Shows exact info Can search local info such as real estate open house on weekends, etc Works for all phone types (2G to LTE) 4
  • 5. Market Size Market sizes: Guangzhou & Shenzhen:US $20M> Japan: US $41B> USA: US $102B> World: US $2.3T> Other markets & revenues: Advertising Coupons Licensing: I-Freek, Alibaba, Twitter, Weibo, etc. Secondary data usage: Smart community (Hangzhou City) 5
  • 6. Revenue Location & facts (Japan): Tenjin underground mall: Ave., visitors/day: 400K No of Stores: 153 Annual Sales: $250M Ave., sale price: $40 Revenue: Stores pay 10% of each transaction Ex: $40x0.1=$4/transaction Tenjin mall project forecast: 1 % Average 0 Average 30% of Total ServiceLocation Sales/day Gross/Year Shopper Shopper/day Fee/person/tra nsaction/day Tenjin 400,000 120,000 $4 $480K $175M 6
  • 7. Financial Projections Projected sales in Japan: Profit and Loss Statement (thousand)Year 2013 2014 2015 2016C a s h (M) $50 $1,073 $15,322 $54,643Sales Transaction $1,000 $35,000 $100,000 $200,000 License $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000Total (R) $2,000 $36,000 $101,000 $201,000Cost (c) 60% o f Tra n s a c t io n $600 $21,000 $60,000 $120,000Expense Total (ET) $377 $751 $1,679 $3,455Profit Before Tax (M+R-C-ET) $1,073 $15,322 $54,643 $132,188 7
  • 8. Values for Stores & Shoppers Values for stores:  Pay only when sold  Eliminate initial ad money  No new expenses for stores  Ads are uploaded & modified by using any cell phones  No web sites  Electronic coupons  Scan bar codes for Electronic-receipts Values for shoppers:  1% of 10% is credited to shoppers  Can search precise promotional info  Don’t need to print coupons  Electronic-receipts  Can get local information 8
  • 9. Beta Test, Expansion & Market Strategy Beta test:  Japan: Tenjin Underground Mall, I-Freek Corp.  China: Guangzhou & Shenzhen, Hangzhou City  Taiwan: Wine industry, ORiAND Inc. Expansion:  Japan: Run test in Q2 & Q3, 2013  China: Run test in Q3, 2013  China Japan, & Taiwan: Launch full operation in 2014 Market strategy:  Visa & Master Cards Companies  Local publication companies; Jobs, real estate, apartment guide, etc  Online portal companies: Yahoo, Baidu, etc  Promote incentives: Stores & shoppers 9
  • 10. Partners/Competitors Partners*: Yahoo Japan, Baidu, Metasphere Hitachi Corporation China Telecom, Softbank Competitors: Groupon & local coupon companies Wechat ( 微信 ) & Velo*Some of them above are in negotiating. 10
  • 11. Mile Stone Achieved 1. August 2011: Metasphere in Shanghai signed NDA 2. November 2011: I-Freek (publicly traded company, JASDAQ) in Japan signed NDA 3. December 2011: US patent applied 4. December 2011: International (PCT) patent applied 5. August 2012: Management organized 6. December 2012: China office opened 7. January 2013: ORiAND Inc. signed NDA 8. February 2013: Demo completed for I-Freek 9. April 2013: I-Freek, test begins in Japan 10. 2016 - 2017: IPO 1 2 3&4 5 6 7 8 9 10=IPOProjectMilestone 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 11 2011
  • 12. Management TeamManagement: CEO/CTO: Toshio Hayakawa (Global) VP of Operation: Charles Xiang (China & Taiwan) VP of Marketing: Jenny Tsai (China, Taiwan & USA) Product engineer: YaJing Wu (China, Taiwan & USA) Secretary: Lily Wong (China & USA) Financial consultant: James Yang (China) Strategic consultant: Stephen Liu (China & USA)IT Department: Yong Fu (Shanghai, Shenzhen) Operation center: Shenzhen & Shanghai 12
  • 13. Thank You!Global Multimedia Systems INC. (GMS) Global contact: Toshio Hayakawa USA:1-310-916-8198 E-mail: thayakawa@gdm2.com China contact: Charles Xiang E-mail: cxiang@gdm2.com China: 13710770578 13

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