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Save jaguar habitat. Preserve your planet.

By preserving the habitat needed for the jaguar to survive, millions of species benefit from the protection - including ourselves and our children.

A summary of the full presentation about the projects and activities of the Black Jaguar Foundation.

A unique opportunity for you how your brand and corporate reputation can benefit by taking an active role in preserving our planet.

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  • Stop de video trailer na ‘ now we need you ‘
  • Even the more common spotted jaguar remains a myth to most film crew in the world. Many have tried and gave up. Only very few have persevered and extended their stay in nature over and over again to get just a glimpse of this elusive predator. Unfortunately in most spotted jaguar documentaries, the viewer is tricked with semi-tame animals or animals in captivity that appear to 'roam free' in front of the camera. As in the famous Disney movie ‘ Jungle Cat ‘. But even this way, no one has ever succeeded in filming the black jaguar. Not a big surprise since only 6% of the jaguar population is black! Further more black jaguars prefer deep and thick forests such as the impassable Amazon rainforest which makes the already extremely elusive creature a needle in a haystack.
  • Natuar Habitat : In the past, jaguars used to live even in the United States in California, Texas and Arizona.. But these days are gone. Last USA wild jaguar died in 2009 in Arizona. Strongest Cat : Except for the Crocodile, the JAW Strength of a jaguar is strongest of all animals in the wild Kills its prey other than lions, tiger, cheetah et.. : IN ONE BITE IN THE NECK OR SKULL. That’s why its easy to see whether a prey is killed by jaguar : 2 holes in its skull or neck. Enormous power beast : example of the story of a cowboy who discovered his cow trapped in the mud. With ropes around the cow, he used 2 horses to pull the cow out of the mud. It didn’t work. He decided to come back the next day with a tractor. The next day he came back but the cow was gone. Few remains and some traces were all what the jaguar had left behind… Jaguars can take on prey up to 4 to 5 times their weight!  Black Jaguar Color variant : Though locals strongly believe the Black Jaguar is a different species, higher, stronger, with a different unique mind and its 6 th Sense. Even many jaguar hunters say they can hear the difference of the ‘cough’ between a spotted jaguar and a black jaguar. Fact is that the Black Jaguar is a melanistic version within the same family of cats ( panthera onca )
  • If Amazonia were a country, it would be the ninth largest in the world. The Amazon rainforest, the world's greatest remaining natural resource, is the most powerful and bioactively diverse natural phenomenon on the planet. It has been described as the "lungs of our planet" because it provides the essential service of continuously recycling carbon dioxide into oxygen. It is estimated that more than 20 percent of Earth's oxygen is produced in this area. The Amazon covers more than 1.2 billion acres, representing two-fifths of the enormous South American continent, and is found in nine South American countries: Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, French Guiana, and Suriname. With 2.5 million square miles of rainforest, the Amazon rainforest represents 54 percent of the total rainforests left on Earth. Once an area of rainforest has been logged, even if it is given the rare chance to regrow, it can never become what it once was. The intricate ecosystem nature devised is lost forever. Only 1 to 2 percent of light at the top of a rainforest canopy manages to reach the forest floor below. Most times when timber is harvested, trees and other plants that have evolved over centuries to grow in the dark, humid environment below the canopy simply cannot live out in the open, and as a result, the plants and animals (that depend on the plants) of the original forest become extinct Even if only sections of land throughout an area are destroyed, these remnants change drastically. Birds and other animals cannot cross from one remnant of land to another in the canopy, so plants are not pollinated, seeds are not dispersed by the animals, and the plants around the edges are not surrounded by the high jungle humidity they need to grow properly. As a result, the remnants slowly become degraded and die. Rains come and wash away the thin topsoil that was previously protected by the canopy, and this barren, infertile land is vulnerable to erosion. Sometimes the land is replanted in African grasses for cattle operations; other times more virgin rainforest is destroyed for cattle operations because grass planted on recently burned land has a better chance to grow.
  • Carbon Absorption     The Brazilian Amazon does not only release carbon; it also absorbs it.  It does this by process of photosynthesis by which carbon dioxide, water, and light energy are transformed into glucose and oxygen.
  • Once an area of rainforest has been logged, even if it is given the rare chance to regrow, it can never become what it once was. The intricate ecosystem nature devised is lost forever. Only 1 to 2 percent of light at the top of a rainforest canopy manages to reach the forest floor below. Most times when timber is harvested, trees and other plants that have evolved over centuries to grow in the dark, humid environment below the canopy simply cannot live out in the open, and as a result, the plants and animals (that depend on the plants) of the original forest become extinct Even if only sections of land throughout an area are destroyed, these remnants change drastically. Birds and other animals cannot cross from one remnant of land to another in the canopy, so plants are not pollinated, seeds are not dispersed by the animals, and the plants around the edges are not surrounded by the high jungle humidity they need to grow properly. As a result, the remnants slowly become degraded and die. Rains come and wash away the thin topsoil that was previously protected by the canopy, and this barren, infertile land is vulnerable to erosion. Sometimes the land is replanted in African grasses for cattle operations; other times more virgin rainforest is destroyed for cattle operations because grass planted on recently burned land has a better chance to grow.
  • Flagship Species or ‘ Umbrella Species ‘ : a vulnerable and attractive species in order to create support and acknowledgement from the public at large, represent an environmental cause such as an ecosystem in need of conservation ( The Amazon and the forests that surrounds it ) because protecting these species indirectly protects the many other species that make up the ecological community of its habitat . So in short, if you save the jaguar, you save also all the animals, plants, trees, rivers, lakes where it lives ( its home ) Other example of an Umbrella Species : the Tiger : Project Tiger was launched to save the tiger and thereby its habitat and other species within it. Top predator importance : If we want to keep the ecoystem of the Amazon Rainforest intact, we have to protect the jaguar as it is the Top Predator in its ecosystem. The jaguar keeps a balance in its ecosystem. Shooting the jaguar, is killing its ecosystem which leads to drastic erosion or natural deforestation, as the amount of prey will Spread, unhealthy/sick/weak prey of the jaguar can continue to live. See the following slides to demonstrate its consequences when the number of its prey can multiply ….
  • In the past 50 years, mankind has destroyed more of the forests and jungles of Central and South America than ever before. This is the picture of Central and South America were you can see that deforestation was at level 0. Jaguars lived from California all through Central and South America to central Argentina..
  • Officially the killings of jaguars was prohibited in 1973 but continued in similar numbers per year in the 70’s But even today, daily jaguars are shot…. Not for its fur… because of people are afraid of jaguars and secondly, it sometimes attacks its cows…
  • But the biggest single treat for wild jaguars all over Central and South America is : Deforestation !
  • Mankind needs more copper, gold, minerals and above all ‘ beef ‘ Oil tankers are converted into ‘ cow tankers ‘ and full loads of live cows are being transported all over the world..
  • More jaguars are lost than the percentage of its habitat. Reason being that all the areas where jungle is destroyed into cattle-fields and even villages an cities. So the number of people has increased drastically who went out to hunt the jaguar for its fur in the past. In 2010, the first treat for the jaguar remains indeed ‘DEFORESTATION’ but a good second are the people who take over the land of the jaguar and hunt anything ‘eatable’ in the remaining jungle, ( deer / pigs / monkeys et ) starving the jaguar to death..
  • Again, we use the Black Jaguar as Flagship species, if we protect the Jaguar and keep its habitat protected, we protect its entire ecosystem!
  • All the above factors are important, very important. Though the factor Passion and TIME are crucial. We are focused and dedicated to be successful in obtaining to get film footage of a ‘wild black jaguar’ but we all know from experience That patiences is an important role. A pregnant female jaguar even walks up to 40km per night. A healthy male jaguar walks it territory up to 60km each night. Even when the density of jaguars is high, We need to be fully prepared with the location, electronics, equipment, camouflage huts for that ‘very unique moment’.. And from experience ourselves we know Time plays an important factor. That’s why we dedicated 14 months as the first phase.
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  • It sounds a bit controversial, but cattle-owners have enormous respect for the jaguar. They respect the King of the Jungle and admire its beauty. They do realize that they took hostage of its ‘home’ by converting their jungle-lands into ‘ open grass lands ‘’. But fact is that the Farmer, the Human is the boss and controls what happens, including giving the order to a jaguar hunter to kill it. BUT, they from previous compensation programs, it shows that the cattle owners are eager to cooperate and to participate in a ‘Compensating Program ‘. As long as the same price is paid out for a bull, a cow or a calf, they will cooperate. Fact is that it takes a lot of coordination and work to meet the farmers, discuss the program and hereafter follow up the inspection by JCF, whether A cow is killed by a jaguar or by other causes. It is quite easy to determine whether a jaguar killed a cow or another animal. 2 clean holes in its neck or skull are the trademarks of a jaguar.
  • Each arrow explains itself : 1 Funding towards Documentary 2 With the documentary we will be able to create a hipe of media attention.. But the documentary itself will be broadcasted to hundreds of thousands of TV Viewers. This on itself will create more awareness of the situation of the jaguar but also is a super tool for sponsors to show the world and their clients their commitment. 3 In The Documentary we will cover in detail the Jaguar Conservation Projects we promote, so it’s a win win win WIN FOR THE JAGUAR WIN FOR ITS ECOSYSTEM WIN FOR THE SPONSOR WITH ALL THE MEDIA ATTENTION AND MARKETING TOOL TO REACH OUT TO ITS CLIENTS / CUSTOMERS / DEALERS / EMPLOYEES ET.
  • Thought the foundation was set up in 2009, in April 2010 the foundation set its clear targets and strategy and since March 2010, this team super enthusiastic Passionate team has evolved. Other than the list mentioned above, we have several fotographers willing to volunteer, and over 20 enthusiastic donors who want to do more for our foundation than Just sending money.. So far, as per June 2010, this is the BJF Team for the preparation stage of fundraising and organizing events. The coming months July to October , a board of ‘Technical Advisors ‘ will be appointed and also a ‘ Board of Ambassadors ‘ will be appointed.
  • But without a strong local partnership with the local jaguar experts and jaguar conservationists, it is impossible for the Black Jaguar Foundation to achieve its goals. From the few jaguar research institutes in Central and South America, the Jaguar Conservation Fund ( JCF ) is the most experienced and has set up not only Jaguar-conservation projects in the Pantanal, but also in Caatinga, Cerrado and the Atlantic Forest. Spread over 5 different biohomes in Brazil. Why a partnership with a Brazilian institute ? Because 50% of all jaguars who are still alive, find its habitat in Brazil.
  • There are many nature documentaries where jaguars play their part. But not a single completely wild jaguar is part of it… so far. There is a big difference between ‘looks wild’ and ‘is wild’. Most documentaries use large jungle cages and put one or more jaguars in it. Sometimes these cages are so big, it even has a little river / creek in it. Famous examples are ‘Jungle Cat’ from Walt Disney and even the best ever documentary on jaguars was made by in large Jungle Arena. It took famous camera man and jaguar lover Nick Gordon to make his documentary ‘ Eaters of Soul ‘ more than 6 years. The BBC ‘ stalking the jaguar’ documents a beautiful spotted jaguar, though the jaguar was born in captivity and was only recently released in the wild, therefore less Shy and elusive towards humans.. It has a ‘ neck – collar ‘ to it was much easier to track the animal. But even so, NO WILD BLACK JAGUAR EVER DOCUMENTED SO FAR.. In all documentaries so far, spotted jaguars included there Are either ‘semi-wild’ jaguars used for the documentary.
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  • JCF : already discussed in detail But in addition to the JCF, also Dr. Nuno Negroes from Portugal will play a key factor in organizing the documentary in different parts of Brazil. Nuno has researched jaguar behavior for 2,5 years in Brazil and will be our coordinating the non-jaguar footage, of the documentary. ( deforestation, corridor, myths, Prey, interviews with ex-jaguar hunters, politicians involved in protecting jaguar habitat et. ) Masahiro Iijima : One of world’s top 3 wildlife cameramen, ‘Mr. Massa’, has spent his life behind the lens capturing endangered and elusive animals on film.  He is the man behind a wide range of wildlife documentaries. His last project was just another achievement by filming wild snow leopards in the Himalayas. His work has been published and broadcasted by National Geographic, NHK, TBS and TV Tokyo. His nick-name is ‘ The Rock ‘ as he spent 18 months in a row in the Himalayas as a ‘Rock’ waiting to get a glimpse of the snowleopard.. Which he succeeded in filming! In addition to an excellent camera man, Massa is our technical advisor related to the latest devices available in filming very elusive cats. An example is building a ‘control-board’ which is in touch with many ‘sensors’ in a certain range of the fillming-camouflage hut. At night, hours and hours of waiting, it is good to know in advance there is ‘movement of an animal’ in a 100 meter range. New Earth Films : In charge of the production of the non-jaguar footage part of the Documentary, which is the largest part. Its owner, Kevin Augello is not only a passionate experienced documentary maker, but conducts training sessions for camera-teams of the BBC and many others Before they venture out to remote extreme conditions. As an expert in documentary filming in extreme locations, One of the documentary directors working for New Earth Films is the Daniel Borba Lefevre and is a native Brazilian but works and has studied in the Netherlands. He will be a great asset for the documentary as well. BJF involvement : Other than fundraising and organizing the documentary, we will launch several events in the media, where the treasure sponsor will be involved with. Also on BJF’s website will be regular updates of the making of the documentary. Perhaps even with online-camera’s ! Where viewers can join the search..! In addition to the team as described above, cameramen in Brazil and a car supplier in Brazil have contacted BJF to give their support at charitable rates to join the documentary projects. The content of the documentary will be about the following : ( see ‘ Why a documentary ? )
  • It sounds a bit controversial, but cattle-owners have enormous respect for the jaguar. They respect the King of the Jungle and admire its beauty. They do realize that they took hostage of its ‘home’ by converting their jungle-lands into ‘ open grass lands ‘’. But fact is that the Farmer, the Human is the boss and controls what happens, including giving the order to a jaguar hunter to kill it. BUT, they from previous compensation programs, it shows that the cattle owners are eager to cooperate and to participate in a ‘Compensating Program ‘. As long as the same price is paid out for a bull, a cow or a calf, they will cooperate. Fact is that it takes a lot of coordination and work to meet the farmers, discuss the program and hereafter follow up the inspection by JCF, whether A cow is killed by a jaguar or by other causes. It is quite easy to determine whether a jaguar killed a cow or another animal. 2 clean holes in its neck or skull are the trademarks of a jaguar.
  • Video fragment ‘ BBC STALKING THE JAGUAR ‘ INTERVIEW WITH ALREADY INVOLVED FARMERS 11.32 – 12.24 12.36 – 13.02 ( dus eruit : 12.24 tot 12.35 )
  • The first donations of individual donors and companies have been collected in 2010. The list keeps on growing of companies and individuals who want to contribute and who want to be part of it, in order help the nature and the jaguar but also to benefit in an indirect way and that is how it should be. The professional team consists of lawyers, notary public, media experts, visual effect partner ( trailer for 10% of the cost ), making of this presentation by Cinemeta, driving a black jaguar car by Jaguar Netherlands et et et Fact is that Discovery Channel is eager to broadcast and showed interest to invest the last 20% of the needed budget. Dutch companies and individuals can deduct part of the funds they donated to the BJF, from their corporate tax payments.
  • Synergetic is vaker gebruikt dan senergistic
  • Increasing desire on the part of individuals and communities to make a positive difference to the environmental issues and an increasing belief in the need to preserve the environment for future generations. BP example: shares are declined 50%
  • Increasing desire on the part of individuals and communities to make a positive difference to the environmental issues and an increasing belief in the need to preserve the environment for future generations. BP example: shares are declined 50%
  • Increasing desire on the part of individuals and communities to make a positive difference to the environmental issues and an increasing belief in the need to preserve the environment for future generations. BP example: shares are declined 50%
  • Increasing desire on the part of individuals and communities to make a positive difference to the environmental issues and an increasing belief in the need to preserve the environment for future generations. BP example: shares are declined 50%
  • Corporate brand reputation = corporate image and behave accordingly If a positive Corporate image matches with Corporate behavior
  • Corporate brand reputation = corporate image and behave accordingly If a positive Corporate image matches with Corporate behavior
  • Corporate brand reputation = corporate image and behave accordingly If a positive Corporate image matches with Corporate behavior
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  • NIEUWE FOTO!!! Sponsor mannen hier ook nog naar laten kijken of ze hieraan iets willen toevoegen, heel graag zelfs zegt Zjooska
  • Black Jaguar Foundation - Participate to preserve your planet.

    1. 1. WELCOME TO THE PRESENTATION OF Update – Jan 2012
    2. 2. This presentation contains !several YouTube video’s  1.  To watch these video’s, move the cursor on to the ‘red line’ which displays the length of the video."2.  To click to the next slide, either watch the full video OR"3. "Click first on this button of the YouTube video, before moving forward in the presentation."
    3. 3. WHY ?What drives the Black Jaguar Foundation ?
    4. 4. DID YOU KNOW ?
    5. 5. Did you know ?Fact 1:"More damage to our planet has been donein past 50 years then by all previous years(200.000 yrs) of humanity."
    6. 6. Did you know ?Fact 2:"Amazon rainforest is the most…"•  vital oxygen producer in the world"•  important worldwide water filter "•  important source for our medicines "•  home of the iconic black jaguar"
    7. 7. Did you know ?Fact 3:"When we protect the habitat of the jaguar,millions of other species benefit from thisprotection…"Including ourselves and our children!"
    8. 8. What are we waiting for?We aim to realize the longest biodiversity-corridor on earth, 2,200 km long in CentralBrazil and your organization can still becomepartner to realize this project."
    9. 9. What are we waiting for?This biodiversity-corridor has the potential tobecome S-America’s largest reforestationproject, giving birth to the reforestation oftens of millions of indigenous trees."
    10. 10. What are we waiting for?Want to contribute safeguard our futuregenerations ?"
    11. 11. THE BLACK JAGUAR!SYMBOL OF THE AMAZON!
    12. 12. Facts  about  the  Jaguar  -­‐  Top  of  his  ecosystem    -­‐  Natural  habitat  in  Central  and  South  America  -­‐  Strongest  cat  on  earth,  weight  versus  strength  -­‐   The  black  jaguar  is  a  color  variant  -­‐   EsAmated  6%  of  all  jaguars  is  black      -­‐   UnAl  2007  the  least  studied  animal  in  the  Amazon  
    13. 13. In the 60’s and 70’s 15.000 jaguars were killed each year! !
    14. 14. In the 80’s and 90’s till date : Drastic deforestation!
    15. 15. Historic Jaguar population! Year 1950 ≈ " 350.000 wild Jaguars "Historic jaguar habitat ≈ "21.305.403 km2 "
    16. 16. Current Jaguar population! Year 2011" ≈ 10.000 wild jaguars" ≈ 600 black jaguars" 3% left!Natural habitat "≈ 7.456.891 km2" 35% left!
    17. 17. It’s not too late!to let them survive!!
    18. 18. BLACK JAGUAR FOUNDATION!Together we can make a difference!
    19. 19. Black Jaguar Foundation!Mission!Reduce the human footprint."Contribute to the preservation of the"natural habitat of the jaguar"By preserving the habitat needed for thejaguar to survive, millions of speciesbenefit from this protection - includingourselves and our children."
    20. 20. Black Jaguar Foundation!Why the black jaguar?!Black Jaguar is the icon of the Amazon and"symbolizes the vital role of the greatest"ecosystem on earth."Saving the jaguar = Saving the ecosystem"
    21. 21. Black Jaguar Foundation! Projects!1"Contribute to the habitat of the jaguar." HOW?" By creating a 2,200 km long biodiversity- " corridor, enabling all wildlife such as the " jaguar, to survive and move freely between " the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado " savanna in Central Brazil."
    22. 22. Black Jaguar Foundation! Projects!1"Contribute to the habitat of the jaguar." HOW?" This biodiversity corridor will give birth " to the reforestation of tens of millions of " indigenous trees, converting agricultural land" back to original habitat of the jaguar."
    23. 23. Corridor Program!A true biodiversity corridor, protecting all its"plants, trees, wildlife and river systems."Start of the project in 2005. The Corridor-"partners each have their own tasks. 10% "achieved so far in 2012."Location: Central Brazil, along Araguaia river"Length: 2,200 km "Width: 100 meter up to 60 km "The longest biodiversity corridor on our planet"
    24. 24. Corridor Program!Accomplished – example – April 2011!
    25. 25. Corridor Program!Accomplished - example!Aerial view of the 700 HA converted land into ‘Protected Natural Reserve’,linking Emas Park with Araguaia River - April 2011"
    26. 26. Corridor Program! Accomplished so far! First 130 km of the project has become protected, as farmers have cooperated with IBAMA and JCF"Araguaia Corridor area - unprotected" Araguaia Corridor area – now protected"
    27. 27. BJF Projects / Tasks forthe Corridor program!1  International documentary " ( creating awareness internationally )"2  Local documentary / short films ( creating awareness locally )"3  Corridor-Zone Mapping project" ( fieldwork to identity the landowners ) ""4 Corridor Reforestation Fund project" ( advising + financing reforestation > for landowners" who allocate part of their land to the Corridor )"
    28. 28. Black Jaguar Foundation!Projects! Raise awareness for the Corridor-project "2 and the drastic deforestation." HOW?" -  International documentary &" -  Local documentary / short films"
    29. 29. Black Jaguar Foundation!Corridor Mapping Project! Corridor-Zone mapping project"3 to identify all owners within the " 8,5 million hectare zone. " HOW?" -  systemize data available ( 20% )" -  visiting federal and local governments" -  visiting town halls" -  fieldwork, visiting landowners," farmers and villagers on the ground "
    30. 30. Black Jaguar Foundation! Compensation project!4" Stop the hunt for the jaguar." HOW?" By compensating cattle farmers within " the Corridor-Zone, for cattle attacked by " jaguars. Thus preventing the farmers " from hiring jaguar hunters."
    31. 31. BLACK JAGUAR FOUNDATION!Team – Ambassadors - Partners !
    32. 32. Black Jaguar Foundation!Team of professional volunteers!
    33. 33. Black Jaguar Foundation!Team & Suppliers!Team of professional volunteers" Team of suppliers"Alex Vermeule – social media engineering! Batenburg – notary public"Bart Jaspers – think tank & BJF Board" Bouwmeester Groep – website"Ben Valks – initiator" Chris Tap – jaguar sculptor"Hans Knoop – media specialist" Cinemeta – visual effects"Irene Andreá – strategy" Cramer – accountancy"Ingomar Klaui – think tank & BJF Board" Ignite-London – sponsor activation"Jan Willem Lokerman – sponsoring" Jeanette aan der Stegge – artist"Jan Coppelmans – geographer" 1nspiring Company – trailer productions"Jeroen Otter – sponsoring" Kevin Augello – producer"Jerry Griep – think tank & BJF Board" Kurt Kelly - voice over artist"Pascale Fuchs – sponsoring & pr" Masahiro Iijima – cameraman "Rob Burkhard – communications" Nuno Negroes – jaguar biologist"Robert Brouwer – sponsoring" Oscar Daniel Hunter – filmmaker!Suzanne Bergman – text writer" OneMind – translations"Sjoerd van Schaaijk – designer" Pauljan van der Zee – legal councel"Yoska van der Harten – strategy" Viteaux – consultants pet industry"
    34. 34. Black Jaguar Foundation!Ambassadors!Prof. Dr. mult.
 Dr. Leandro Nalden" Prof. Dr. JanMarian Horzinek" Silveira" van Hooff"Cat virology President JCF" Influential" Animal behaviorscientist" trendsetter" scientist"
    35. 35. Black Jaguar Foundation!Project Partners!
    36. 36. Key strategic partner "JCF - Jaguar Conservation Fund - Brazil!
    37. 37. Black Jaguar Foundation!Project Partners!
    38. 38. Black Jaguar Foundation!Sponsor activation partner! Award winning Since 2002 Ignite experiential have pioneered Ignite have created, Experts in global marketing agency experiences that produced and sponsorship specializing in have brought managed some of activation and creating attitude global brands and the world’s most harnessing the shifting brand rights holders talked-about cause power of contentexperiences sports products and related events and music events services to life.
    39. 39. BLACK JAGUAR FOUNDATION! STILL WE NEED YOU!
    40. 40. Black Jaguar Foundation!Fundraising Platform! Flywheel Effect" DOCUMENTARIES" JAGUAR " FUNDING" AWARENESS &"CONSERVATION" PUBLICITY" PROJECTS" ACCELERATE" FUNDING"
    41. 41. BUDGET  2011  –  2012  –  2013    PHASE 1 "Already obtained soft sponsoring (Oct. 2011)" + 450.000"Phase 1 required funding " + 970.000"ALLOCATION OF FUNDS PHASE 1 :"BJF International Corridor Documentary " " - 600.000"BJF Local promotion & short films project - 250.000"Overhead 2009-2010-2011 - 120.000" DOCUMENTARIES AS" FUNDRAISING FLYWHEEL EFFECT"PHASE 2 Contribution to Conservation Projects € 1.850.000"
    42. 42. BUDGET  2011  –  2012  -­‐  2013  PHASE 2 "Phase 2 required funding " + 2.000.000"ALLOCATION OF FUNDS PHASE 2 :"BJF Corridor-zone-Mapping project " " - 500.000"Reforestation Corridor-project - 1.100.000Contribution to Compensation project " - 250.000"600-sculptures expenses + overhead 2012 - 150.000"PHASE 2 Net Contribution to Conservation Projects € 1.850.000"
    43. 43. Black Jaguar Foundation!Do you share our !key values?!- Commitment to the environment"-  Belief in the need to preserve the" environment for future generations"- Passion, Drive, Competence & Enthusiasm"-  Goal oriented: “we make it happen”"- Open minded & Trust worthy"- Unique & Courageous"-  Exciting, Distinctive & Inspiring "
    44. 44. BJF platform = !your marketing tool!- Boost corporate reputation "- Drive brand awareness "- Client activation campaign "- Employee activation campaign"
    45. 45. Opportunities of your!involvement with BJF!-  The conservation projects of the BJF take" place in Brazil, centre of global attention :"-  Brazil hosts the Soccer World Cup in 2014 "- Brazil hosts the Olympic Games in 2016"
    46. 46. Increasing demand for!sustainability!- Unprecedented levels of awareness and " concern in relation to the environment"-  Consumers desire to make a difference"-  Greater expectation on companies and" brands to play their part"- Being transparent, authentic & ‘doing good’ " are key to a positive corporate and brand " reputation."
    47. 47. Involve BJF on events!-  Your partnership with BJF can be used as a " valuable asset during Corporate Events, " Incentive trips, conferences and trade shows."-  Workshops BJF projects & your company"-> Boost corporate reputation by " demonstrating commitment"-> Positive client / brand " engagement"
    48. 48. Link your clients to ! Only 600 left in the wildBJF-600 campaign!600 unique black jaguar sculptures made by"sculptor Chris Tap – symbolizing the last 600"black jaguars in the wild. Value € 1.000,--"  Start campaign : 1 February 2012"  Reward your best clients with sculpture Become Campaign-Sponsor and increase " the amount from each participant with your " company  positive new client engagement !" Own one and save its habitat
    49. 49. Transparency is the !new world order!The power of Social Media :"New media has provided immediate global"transparency and the ability for anyone to "share what is good or bad : "‘Good’ Example : PPR Group"-  sponsored the ‘Home’ Documentary"- over 400 million viewers in first 2 years!"‘Bad’ Example : Nestlé / KitKat"- 566.000 negative posts on Facebook"-  752.000 times shared on YouTube"
    50. 50. Valuable content for your!Website and social media!‘Content is key’"The unique and exciting Black JaguarProjects provide you with valuable and "relevant content to share with your target"audience."-> client engagement "-> boost corporate reputation"-> create positive brand awareness"
    51. 51. BLACK JAGUAR FOUNDATION!TESTIMONIAL SPONSOR PARTNER!
    52. 52. Why the Black Jaguar !Foundation ?!Highly topical and current issue"Exclusivity of rights in your industry"Exciting content for implementing CSR strategy"Small, agile and transparent foundation"BJF considers you ‘a member of the team’"Cooperation with your company can be "tailored towards your product and serviceLarge visibility of your corporate / brand "name within small sponsor mix"
    53. 53. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME !!WE STILL NEED YOUR SUPPORT!FOR PARTNERSHIP REQUESTS! CONTACT! INFO@BLACK-JAGUAR.ORG!

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