|Project Title||Jireh’s Hope – Impact driven publication that features social enterprises, NGOs, CSR, and sustainable initiatives in Malaysia.|
|Funding Required||RM300,000 or less|
|Description||We exclusively feature social enterprises, NGOs, and sustainable initiatives.
As we grow our reader base, we want to work with big brands to feature their CSR initiatives.
|Business Opportunity||Public limited companies spend millions on CSR initiatives. They publish this information publicly through their annual & sustainability reports. However, this information is rarely available when you perform a general Google search. This is a missed opportunity for the brands themselves.
We’re growing a reader base that has an interest in social & environmentally conscious initiatives. As such, we hope to create featured written & video (in the future) content for such brands. By doing so, we hope to drive more value to their CSR initiatives, and thus, strengthen brand loyalty.
Currently there are over 900 publicly listed companies in Malaysia. It’s mandatory for them to have sustainable initiatives. We could potentially end up working & creating content for all these companies.
|Revenue / Business Model||We have a free model where we create content for NGOs & SEs. The articles are written by our team, and published without their approval.
We charge big brands & companies to create specialised & featured content. Brands that pay for articles/video will have more control over the tone & the content in general. Furthermore, we’ll also tailor it to maximise branding value. We’ll also run social media ads to provide max. exposure for the created content.
We want to start charging brands Rm500 for a start but we can increase this price as the brand grows. We can eventually charge anywhere from RM2,500 – 6,000 depending on the reader base.
|Management Team||Ajay – Founder, Writer & Web Developer
Abigail Tan – Freelance Writer
Jo Ee Hoo – Freelance Social media manager
|Company Background||Started this on 5th December 2017. Been operational for the past 7 months. Generated close to 40K PAGE VIEWS.
The focus has been on page views as we want to get the word out there. We’re actively reaching out to brands & companies at the moment.
|Funding Milestone||We’re asking for RM125K for 16% in the company. This money would be used primarily for digital marketing, hiring 1 full time writer, and a team of freelance writers. We plan to hit 250K page views end of first year. And realistically, we hope to write 40 paid articles for our clients. Best case scenario we charge clients RM2,500 per article.|
|Company Name||Jireh’s Hope|
|Business Address||Palmville Resort Condo,, Bandar Sunway|
|Contact Person||Ajay Madhukar Sepuri|
|Project Title||What happen when Uber meets tinder over hh finder?|
|Current Status||Concept / Business Plan|
|Funding Required||RM300,001 to RM600,000|
|Description||Put Uber, tinder and happy hour finders and that exactly how clickme came about. A booking matching partner for happy hour.|
|Business Opportunity||Mainly for people who hang out after work at preferred bistro or bars where no PR provided and everyone needs someone to talk to. So we targeted 5pm-10pm for the booking because of happy hour session.|
|Revenue / Business Model||1. Subscriber 2. Booking pay 3. Bistro ads on map 4. In apps purchase|
|Management Team||1. CEO/ Founder 2. Apps developers team (local and oversea) 3. Anp team 4. On and Offline Marketing teams 5. Event partners 6. Celebrity and branding group 7. Legal team|
|Company Background||Been talking about clickme since last December. Registered 27 May 2018. Not much of investment as mainly done by own team for free.|
|Funding Milestone||1. Produce of the Apps not more than rm120k (on going maintanence rm27,000 monthly)
2. Anp, marketing on and offline rm270k
3. PR and events rm360,000
– all above are targeted for first 18 months target not more than rm750k
|% Equity Allocation||36%|
|Risks and Mitigation||We targeted 2 rounds withing 18 months of subscription which is R1: 20,000 R2: 50,000 Total of 70,000 x rm99 (subscription alone) = rm1,980,000 + rm4,950,000 = rm6,930,000
1.Figure won’t speak if subscription doesn’t match. 2. The demand of clicktime( bookings) exceed no.of clickmate(partner) *under supply
|Exit Strategies||After 18months or possible of share acquisition by VC’s|
|Company Name||Clickme App Solution|
|Business Address||Taman Petaling Utama 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysia|
|Contact Person||Mr. Clickme|
|Preferred Investment Amount||RM50,000 or less|
|Preferred Investment Opportunity||Start ups / tech companies / manufacturing / services|
|Will NOT Invest In||Non-shariah compliant businesses / financial services|
|Preferred Location||Doesn’t Matter|
|Public Profile||Started a shirt stint under Tune Group, but left the company to get better learning and development from a management consulting firm where I have spent the last five years.
We specialise in HR solutioning and I have focused particularly in HR analytics and workforce planning.
I have learned that there are market demands not being met, however the reason for that is not due to there not being people invested in bridging these gaps – the ideas are everywhere however funding has always been the primary issue.
i would like to do my part in enabling these initiatives for as long as they are aligned with my priorities and principles.
|Address||Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur|
|Preferred Investment Amount||RM4,000,0001 or more|
|Preferred Investment Opportunity||Power
Oil & Gas
|Will NOT Invest In||Real estate|
|Preferred Location||Doesn’t Matter|
|Public Profile||Mitsui & Co., Ltd is one of the largest investment firms in Japan and looking for investment opportunities in Malaysia.|
|Organization Name||Mitsui & Co., Ltd|
|Address||Menara Hap Seng 2, Plaza Hap Seng, No. 1, Jalan P Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan , Malaysia|
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