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Bio polymer enterprises inc.

  1. 1. Scott Zelle, AnthonyAllen, Raymond Tan, Mark Maltese
  2. 2.  New Cement Mixture  Outperforms industry standard  Distributable in bulk to select companies  Marketing towards large companies in cement industry  7 main cement companies in US  “Green” technology  Ideal for achieving sustainability incentives for public sector projects
  3. 3.  Bio-polymer additive is an investment in durability and safety  Paramount for public sector projects (eg. bridges, highways, etc.) Achieves “green tax credits” and government sustainability incentives Social impact Private sector projects would need less maintenance
  4. 4.  New proprietary mixture  50% polyisocyanate  25% starch powder  25% cellulose powder Tested for long-term performance Easy to integrate into curing process Produce bio-polymer batches from raw materials and deliver to companies
  5. 5.  7 Highest grossing North American Concrete Producers Well established companies with an international presence Keeping client portfolio small initially will simplify logistics and reduce overhead Each of the 7 main players identified had over $1 Billion net sales in 2011
  6. 6. U.S. Ready Mix Concrete Sales (2011) 00 33.3% Market Share $10 Billion Estimated U.S. Sales of Top 7 Producers $20 Billion U.S. Sales of other Producers (Includes Imports)Note: U.S. Sales for Top 7 was estimated based on net global revenue
  7. 7.  Conferences  Various Tables  Networking Product Sampling  Sales Representatives  Company Visits Magazine Articles  Product Discovery
  8. 8.  Sales Representatives  Show why company needs our product  Be a familiar face Tax Incentives  Savings by using market research  Lobbying for legislation Word of Mouth  Newest and Best technology
  9. 9.  Concrete Additives- small business competitors  Concrete Sealing (using acrylic solvents) Alternate cutting edge technology in-process  Bacterial-reinforced concrete  Alternate proprietary chemical mixes  Imitators to polymer technology
  10. 10. Main Startup Cost? Fees in Month 1Building/Facilities $ 30,000Modifications $ 30,000Equipment $ 1,500,000Website $ 4,000Training $ 24,000Research and Development $ 250,000Licenses $ 300Legal Costs $ 14,000Inventory $ 60,000Salaries $ 94,167Working Capital $ 20,000Supplies $3,220,867Total Startup Costs $ 5,247,333
  11. 11. Year 1 Year 2 Year 3Fraction of Large ScaleConcrete Market 0.05 0.10 0.15Tons of Additive produced 535000 1070000 1605000Net Sales $ 482,262,375 $ 967,766,850 $ 1,456,999,740Cost of Polyisocyanate $ 401,250,000 $ 802,500,000 $ 1,203,750,000Cost of Sawdust $ 16,050,000 $ 35,310,000 $ 58,261,500Cost of Rice Powder $ 60,187,500 $ 120,375,000 $ 180,562,500Gross Profit $ 4,774,875 $ 9,581,850 $ 14,425,740Transportation of Goods $ 540,000 $ 240,000 $ 240,000Equipment $ 1,500,000 $ 300,000 $ 300,000Website Operation $ 4,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000R&D $ 3,000,000 $ 3,000,000 $ 3,000,000Inventory Containers $ 120,000 $ - $ -Legal Fees $ 14,000 $ - $ -Employee Salaries $ 1,329,000 $ 1,305,000 $ 1,320,700Facility Utilities $ 24,000 $ 25,000 $ 26,000Operating Income $ (1,756,125) $ 4,710,850 $ 9,538,040
  12. 12.  Looking for Round 1 seed money of $2 million  Proprietary and manufacturing establishment costs Looking for early market partners able in return for:  Privileged first-year pricing  Exclusive contracts  Acquisitions “If you know anybody who might fit that bill, feel free to recommend us!”

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