|Current Status||Revenue Generating, Pre-Profit|
|Amount Invested||Rm4 millions|
|Funding Required||RM4,000,001 to RM5,000,000|
|Description||COSANS COFFEE is a coffee & sandwich bar with an urban twist. It started off at a humble corner in Subang Jaya, and now spreading out aggressively across Klang Valley. At COSANS, we aim to serve high quality coffee and mouth-watering sandwiches to our customers. We consistently innovate and create something fresh for each season. Our fresh sandwiches are especially prepared to compliment the drinks we serve in order to create an incomparable dining experience.
COSANS COFFEE strives to be a lifestyle, not just an ordinary product or brand. We want our patrons to immerse in the fine coffee culture, to indulge in our great ambience, and to be pampered by our excellent services.
|Business Opportunity||Future potential can be can International and local franchise expansion. And expanding to coffee truck, booth and outlets. To be one of the leading artisan coffee chain in Asia region.|
|Revenue / Business Model||COSANS Coffee symbolizes Premium Artisan Coffee, the biggest competitor is commercial coffee brand Starbucks coffee as they are the biggest coffee chain store in Malaysia
wholly owned & established since 2013 in Malaysia. Currently we have 7 outlets. One New outlet will be opening soon on September.
– premium artisan coffee chain store
The forecast for 2016 – 2018 renevues is 16 millions. Revenue generation from COSANS coffee outlet, licensing, coffee academy and management
|Management Team||– operation & management team
– finance team ( includes admins, purchasing etc)
– HR team
– brand and marketing team
– coffee academy and R&D team
|Company Background||COSANS coffee incorporated in 2013. He business start operate by dec 2013. We have successfully built the full infrastructure for future franchise expansion from product, branding, warehouse, 7 outlets and we are now offering licensing for local business expansion.|
|Funding Milestone||Expand more outlets in local markets and expansion to Middle East, Indonesia and China.|
|% Equity Allocation||30%|
|Expected ROI||3 years|
|Exit Strategies||5 years|
|Company Name||COSANS worldwide sdn bhd|
|Business Address||30, jalan ss15/4, Subang Jaya 47500 Selangor|
|Contact Person||Matthew chong|
|Current Status||Revenue Generating, Pre-Profit|
|Amount Invested||RM 1,200,000|
|Funding Required||RM600,001 to RM1,000,000|
|Description||It all started as I wanted to find a cure for my multiple ailments. I managed to find it in mangosteen. I extract xanthone from mangosteen and turn it into palatable juice. The juice cured my hypertension, diabetes, arthritis as well as cough. I used to take pills daily for ten years until 4 years ago I need not take any more pills. I have a list of testimonials verifying the effectiveness of my mangosteen juice and mangosteen soap. I spent the next 10 years doing research on mangosteen. The latest product that I have formulated is detergent. But still in the process of fine tuning.
Almost all detergents and shampoos use SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate ) as their base; and SLS itself causes skin irritation. So far nobody has found a substitute for SLS because it is cheap. Now I have found a good substitute for SLS in xanthones that can be found in mangosteen skin
|Business Opportunity||Many people come back for our soap because it is effective in solving skin problem. Our soap contains xanthones and no other additional chemicals.
We have just added non-SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate) xanthonised detergent to our list of products. What is available in the market is SLS detergent and SLS is a skin irritant.
Our RTD Mangosteen juice has high anti-oxidant and is the only xanthonised drink in the market.
Our detergent has no toxic chemicals like triclosan, SLS, DEA and this is a strong selling point. Hospitals, clinics, hotels and laundries would definitely prefer non toxic detergent. This product is new in the world!
Revenue / Business Model
Since we are using “pollutant”( thrown away mangosteen skin) as raw material our production cost is low and margin is high. We are in fact churning trash into cash. At the same time we are helping to keep the world clean.
We are dealing with consumer products, meaning our sale will be constant.
Except for concentrate mangosteen juice all our products have niche market.
|Revenue / Business Model||Since we are using “pollutant”( thrown away mangosteen skin) as raw material our production cost is low and margin is high. We are in fact churning trash into cash. At the same time we are helping to keep the world clean.
We are dealing with consumer products, meaning our sale will be constant.
Except for concentrate mangosteen juice all our products have niche market.
|Management Team||At present I have 3 assistants managing the whole set up.
Academic qualification: BSc (Chemistry) University of Canterbury, NZ
In 2000 at the age of 52 I resigned as director of 3 companies and went over to Australia in seek for a cure for my decade old chronic ailments. And I found the solution in xanthones.
|Company Background||The company, Xanthone Enterprise, was formed 12 years ago with the intention of extracting xanthones from mangosteen for medical purpose.
Later I found that SLS in detergent could be causing unexplained cancers. So I went into finding ways to incorporate xanthones into liquid soap to form detergent. After years of experiment and verification I finally managed to compound a detergent that is non SLS based.
|Funding Milestone||Initial stage we will just make use of present premises in Johor Bahru while we start to look for bigger space. We will need to decide the location first.
If in Johor Bahru I would be able to contribute ideas. We will need to work according to budget.
At later stage we may consider setting up more manufacturing plants in other countries. The company here will only supply the intermediate product, hence keeping the formulation in safe hands.
Right now we are using our counter in a shopping complex to promote our products.
|% Equity Allocation||50% – 100% Depending on the amount|
|Expected ROI||around 40%|
|Risks and Mitigation||Here the investment risk is minimal not taking political factor into account.
If the investor has his own market outlet the risk is practically zero because the products are proven in the market for at least 4 years. Our detergent is SLS free and that is a strong selling point and that is also what I would like to contribute to the society.
We are also doing OEM for a company that has many retail outlets.
Over the production side there is not much to worry about government compliance because there is very little pollution if at all.
|Exit Strategies||Once the company goes public the investors can draw back their fund and reap their interest, we target to go public in 5 years|
|Company Name||Xanthone Enterprise|
|Business Address||64 Jalan SEna 1, Taman Rinting,|
|Contact Person||Richard Kee|
General Business Activities
xxxxxx was established in 2002 and currently paves the way as one of the market leaders in medical equipment supplies in Malaysia. xxxxxxx’s success can be partly attributed to its strong partnerships with European and American brands, whom allow xxxxxx to act as an authorized representative in the Malaysian market. This officially allows xxxxxx to provide customers with a total solutions package for medical supplies, which includes importing, sales and after care services.
A loyal customer base of over 13 years has given xxxx the opportunity to continuously expand and increase its range of products and services. A key element of securing this customer base rests with the professional after care service provided by xxxxx, steadfastly committed and efficient.
Core values: We believe in treating our customers with respect and faith; we grow through creativity, invention and innovation; we integrate honesty, integrity and business ethics into all aspects of our business functions
Goals: Regional expansion in the field of medical supplies and develop a strong base of key customers. To continue to increase the assets and investments of the company to support the development of services.
Scope of Work
Supplies of medical/dental imaging equipment to hospitals, universities and private clinics in West Malaysia, with a focus on Klang Valley , Melaka, Johor. xxxxxx is currently engaging in business development activities on the island of Penang.
xxxxxx sets realistic but equally challenging sales target every year. These goals take into consideration the global economic outlook, currency exchange rates and the various taxes imposed by the government of Malaysia. xxxxx has met an annual increase of 20% in sales volume, raking in over RM2.8 million in sales in 2015 alone. Access to audited account information is available upon request.
I am xxxxxx the Business Development Manager for xxxxxx, I am also a minority shareholder in xxxxxx, I have been working in xxxxxx for 7 years now and I have developed this company from RM250,000 total sales to RM2.8million as of last year total sales. This amount comes from only 1 kind of product which is imaging (e.g. X-Ray Equipment)
I have an idea to change xxxxxx from an Imaging company to a Total medical/dental healthcare service provider. For this Idea we need larger investments but the returns are much higher.
What I am requesting from investor is that you buy out the majority share of the current company boss and sit as a major shareholder, and I’ll continue working here for you to manage the business with more investments I can assure you we can make more money.
The current owners are willing to sell it for RM600,000 this includes all licensing documents as you can see below , Brands that the company holds and also 2 cars worth RM300,000 it’s an Honda Accord and a BMW 320I
Once this is done you’ll hold 80% stake in the company and it would be great if I can hold remainder 30% stake as your good will. I will take this business into another level.
What the investment that I would require is RM1 Million. This amount will be used mainly to purchase stocks from suppliers and I have a method to get better pricing from suppliers if we purchase in Bulk all our equipment’s does not have an expiry date so your investments are safe unlike opening a restaurant or hotel where you need so spend money on renovation and it’s not guaranteed that you’ll make your money back.
Please take note that not all 1 million will be used to purchase stocks, In terms of this investment I would like you to control the funds and I’ll manage the business and grow it for you and for me at the same time.
In the first year of you coming I would like to change to look of xxxxxx, I would like give it a more fresh look, at the same time concentrate on quality and after sales service.
|Current Status||Revenue Generating, Pre-Profit|
|Funding Required||RM300,000 or less|
|Description||Simply put, AMPLIFIED is a headphones store. A niche business that sells portable audio gear to audio enthusiast and discerning music listeners.
With a growing demand for music portability worldwide, our Malaysian market is fast developing as the new arena for headphone and portable amplifier Brands.Therefore, with superior customer service and great product selection in a compelling retail store, AMPLIFIED is well placed to capitalize on this promising business model. The Company opened its first AMPLIFIED retail outlet at ‘The School’ in Jaya One, Petaling Jaya on 23rd December 2013.
AMPLIFIED’s management team has a strong retail experience that will ensure sound investment and the overall success of the venture. AMPLIFIED is projected for steady growth and has the potential to expand exponentially as the portable audio gear market continues to thrive in the region.
|Business Opportunity||AMPLIFIED stocks traditional headphone and earphone models, though the product mix is a little different from other audio-visual gadget stores.
We used our 12 months of eCommerce trading history to develop the right product mix for AMPLIFIED – to maximise the available square footage and profits.
We also offer AMPLIFIED loyalty points to customers – to encourage their patronage by giving away privileges such as free gifts, cash rebates and/or introductory discounts.
Our market analysis looked at local potential customers and their potential demand needs. We explored the portable multimedia device market and the digital audio availability. We concluded that with vast ready users of ‘smart’ devices with existing digital content providers, we were poised to serve the demand for portable audio gear i.e. headphones, earphones etc. Amplified; the Headphones Store is testament to that.
|Revenue / Business Model||Financial Highlights:
The business start-up capital was not an exuberant one but it did give a fair indication of the plans ahead. A good portion of the capital funds was secured through outsourced investment and personal monies from business owner(s). However, we are also looking at SME government grants to substantiate the operating expenditure for the first year.
Sales were expected to start conservatively in year one but increase steadily through to the fifth year of operations. We forecast that operating income will pay back the start-up funds over a five year amortization.
The inventory turnover ratios are kept around 5.0 (2 months’ supply) to ease up cash rather than tie it down with dead stocks. To do that, AMPLIFIED is required to purchase smartly and drive sales consistently.
Cash will also be retained in the business to cover cash operating needs as well as future expansion of AMPLIFIED’s business. We also intend to pay dividends to shareholders as early as end of the first financial year. We were also extremely conservative in the budgeting estimates in relation to a very realistic sales forecast.
Headphones, portable amplifiers and multimedia speakers have revolutionized the personalized audio listening arena – redefining how we perceive vocal, music and other aural productions. Traditionally, good quality headphones and earphones remained out of the hands of most consumers in Malaysia due to their relative scarcity in local retail districts.
As a result, authorized Brand distributors with the urging of the Brand principals have invested time and resources into finding ways to give these audio gears higher local visibility, lower the retail cost, make them accessible (and fashionable too) to Malaysian consumers.
Due to this impetus and the growing social media network from which much of the publicity is gained, the local demand for headphones and other portable audio gear are on the up and starting to develop into large-scale consumer products.
Today, these items are truly consumer electronics devices with millions of users worldwide and Malaysia is no exception. Beats by Dr Dre is one very visible example of clever marketing that in itself has helped vast collection of other Brands approach the local market positively. This is further evidence that headphones (as a benchmark) are consumer products and are in good demand. High priced earphones/headphones have ceased to be an exclusive status symbol of audiophiles and are now in the hands of millions of regular music loving consumer like you and I.
Thus, AMPLIFIED, is taking advantage of an opportunity to become a highly distinguished and recognized retailer of portable audio gear. It is the goal of our Company to become established as the leading retailer of portable audio gears in the Klang Valley with concrete plans to expand into neighbouring states and possibly to the South East Asian region.
In order to achieve this goal, AMPLIFIEDs’ critical success factors is to identify emerging best sellers of brand models, integrate smart inventory management systems, streamline our retail operations and respond quickly to customer buying patterns. In addition, we will provide high-quality service, pursue cost effective methods in marketing/advertising and stay ahead of the “audio gear retail curve.”
The Company warrants that, AMPLIFIED is at the verge of capitalizing the growing Malaysian market for portable audio gear. Based on the current sales performances; we can spearhead the operations in a more dedicated and focused way.
Over the past 3 years, we made significant strides, developing the business. Gross and operating margins have steadily improved and the business has continued to invest in inventory, advertising and marketing.
Sales grew due to good partnerships with reputable distributors, like IMS Distribution (AKG, Harman Kardon & JBL), Hwee Seng Electronics (Beats by Dr Dre & Monster), GrandTech (Shure), TEG (Bowers & Wilkins), Jaben Audio (Audio Technica, Beyerdynamic, Goldring, Final Audio Design), Event One (FiiO, AiAiAi) and TJM Products (Parrot Zik & Accutone). They readily referred customers and supplied stocks fast and efficiently that enabled AMPLIFIED to continue the good service reputation garnered in the market.
E-Commerce specialists WebShaper also contributed tremendously with their dedicated e-commerce templates with which we run our online shop i.e. shop.amplifiedhead.com. Our eShop is SEO optimized; that improved our search engine ranking and driven steady traffic of over 5,000 unique visitors per month. Our online shop accounted for 20% of sales to date.
The remaining sales came from our continued marketing and advertising efforts into our Facebook page and from direct walk-ins to our retail shop. Customers come after seeing flyers, posters or advertisement boards in and around Jaya One complex and neighbouring colleges as well.
|Management Team||AMPLIFIED is managed by Joseph Prabagar as Founder cum General Manager. Prabagar has extensive retail operations experience in luxury fashion, jewelry, mail order and loyalty membership retail businesses.
Prabagar will head sales strategy for the AMPLIFIED’s business and oversee the business operations and finances. In the interim, all human resources (hiring and training) would be handled by him also but as the business grows a HR Manager will be hired.
AMPLIFIED projects two more headcount to help operate the retail shop as Sales Consultants. These are sales persons who will be stationed at the front end point of sale i.e. retail shop and will report to the GM initially before a Store Manager is recruited at some stage. Their duties incorporate customer handling, stocking, security, cashiering and other relevant retail operational responsibilities.
We will hire a Product Manager to manage inventory and logistics at an appropriate stage later in the business. The Product Manager will oversee stock procurement and inventory management. At the moment all these responsibilities are with Joseph Prabagar.
|Company Background||Amplified Armature Sdn Bhd was incorporated on 10th May 2013. With an initial paid up capital on RM88,000 involving 4 shareholders.
We started business operations on 1st June 2013. First year revenue were RM249,820 (audited). 2nd year revenue were RM683,404 (audited). We have not made profits as yet but our losses have reduced from RM85,270 for financial year ending 31 May 2014 to RM51,927 (31 May 2015). In March 2016, we raised our working capital to RM150,000. We are in the midst of closing our 3rd year finances and the un-audited revenue reported at RM707,000++ (31 May 2016).
|Funding Milestone||The business required an estimated RM200,000 in cash for the initial start-up expenses and to sustain the business for the first year. We required these monies for new store fit-out, rental security deposits, inventory purchases and the cash-on-hand backing to meet 6 to 12 months payroll, rent and other fixed operating expenditure. We raised 50% the projected funds via owners’ personal investment but now seek balance funds from venture capitalist, government grant and/or angel funds.
Subsequently, Amplified started the business with a paid up capital of RM88,000 from owners and current shareholders in July’13. In March 2016 we revised our paid up capital to RM150,000 with funds from existing shareholder.
The business opened with ready inventory of RM85,000 in cost value (retail value approximated at RM112,000). This opening inventory was taken as stock purchases on credit and the Company sought the balance of the aforementioned RM200,000 to facilitate operating expenses as explained in paragraph one.
Use of Funds:
The ready financing covered the Company’s costs in the start-up phase, and year 2 shop expansion that included:
The required funds will also include office and store furniture/fixtures, wall shelving, computers, phone cum broadband accounts, point-of-sale system, cashier machine, accounting software, window display props, backroom racks, security systems and additional investments for on-going improvements to the retail store.
|% Equity Allocation||40%|
|Expected ROI||5% to 8% per annum|
|Risks and Mitigation||Risks:
The business is a traditional retail operations. Whereby, physical inventory needs to be procured always. Thus, this ties up cash and affect cash flow when sales are slow. Or the wrong inventory is procured and become unsaleable.
In addition, Amplified deals with audio equipment that isn’t a ‘need’ product. It is more of an enthusiast niche and ‘an indulgent’. When the potential customers’ have substantial disposal income in a strong local economy, then the business thrives. Hence the risk; if we head into an economic climate that is less desirable.
Buy the right product and keep the inventory ‘lean’. When possible pay upfront; if that’s not feasible, procure inventory at the very minimum per model based on cash flow and sales history.
|Exit Strategies||We are open to suggestions on this part as we are rather inexperienced on this matter.|
|Company Name||Amplified Armature Sdn Bhd|
|Business Address||Lot 100-P1.019, Level P1, The School, Jaya One, Jalan Universiti, 46200, Petaling Jaya, Selangor|
|Contact Person||Joseph Prabagar|
Asking Price: RM2mil
2015 Revenue: RM2mil
Have have invested about RM1.5Mil over the 5 years, RM1Mil from personal funding, working capital and RM500K is via bank injection.
This is consider at very low price already, we have spent over 6 years developing this business and we have done a lot of R&D for tall palm too.
Tall palm is key problems to the industry and our solution will be a key solution in the coming years once Oil Palm price is a bit higher.
We are collaborating with Canadian engineer for Tall Palm and have tested the product for the past 3 years.
This business has potential to go global in a big scale. Besides solving labours issues in Oil Palm, Date Palm Pruning in the Middle East, Coconut pruning, Palm Wax trees in Brazil for Food Coating.
So far half of product sold global however at small scale due to our financial constraint we only sell online, we exported to Indonesia, India, Nigeria, Ghana, Colombia and Peru.
We are looking for new owner who has the capacity to go global with the products to serve Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, South America (Colombia, Peru, Brazil) and Africa (Nigeria, Ghana), India all this are the potential customers.
We foresee the business is too big for a small company like us to capture the market, might as well we will let go to more capable company in terms of marketing, distribution and production.
|Current Status||Concept / Business Plan|
|Amount Invested||RM 500,000|
|Funding Required||RM600,001 to RM1,000,000|
|Description||Ideas:My business ideas is from me and my family after visiting hokkaido, Japan. The researcher found that there is most of the young generation had lack of the knowledge about recycle the rubbish such as plastic bag, paper and also aluminium. As a researcher from the reservation, I found that Malaysia is a very not opened country compare to other asia country. The population and the education in rural area is really limited and very less than city like KL, Penang and JB and most of the young generation going to cities like singapore for more job and financial opportunities. We should encourage them to do that. We need a clean environment and non-pollution environment. We should support those young generation to do more about recycling and provide more machine like vending machine, and recycling machine as in a shops to make peoples , adults, youngster have a power to do recycling and not to throw rubbish all the corner even in city or rural areas, Malaysia is lack of the education for that.
Business: To own the eco business in every corner in malaysia, we should start from the attitude and personality of everyone for even poor or rich peoples. The researcher proposed to start the business which is open a shop and set up half shop of vending machines which provide drinks or snacks for customers. And another half of shop which is for recycling machines. For those recycling machines, we can bring out the knowledge of doing recycle and we can contact recycle factory to sell or as a raising funds. In the shop we also educated the process of recycling in the wall. After do recycling, the machines will print out the rewards or points to exchange things in certain retails like convenient stores 7-eleven, 99 speedmart and more.
Products: Vending Machines and recycling machine which is really well-known in Japan.
|Business Opportunity||The opportunity for angel investors and the researcher is very powerful and we had solved the pollution in Malaysia, even a oldster will do the collect for the recycling items. It will expand the market once the business is running. The market is for youngster like 12 years old to 21 years old and also educated adults and oldster is for all persons. Everyone can be our clients or customers. But the one of things is even television, radios, internet, newspaper and marketing strategies should very huge amount like rm100,000 to invest. We hope that the artists like Radio DJs can help us to promote too. The social network should also have to maintain like facebook, instagram, and twitter. So that, others country will look up for us and have confident with us. The shop can be 24 hours or business hours depends on the security for the cities or areas.|
|Revenue / Business Model||For the vending machines, we can earn much more even better that buy in convenient shop and we no need the workers salary. It is just a machine and we just collect the money. On the others hands, the recycling machines will collecting the unwanted items and we can sell to recycle factory and it is another revenue for both of the business model. The vending machines normally we can insert the snacks , sweets, toys, foods and beverage for everyone can effort to purchase. One vending machines is around RM10,000 and we purchase 5 vending machines for one shop left side and 3 recycling machines for around RM 10,000 per machine at right side. After they eat or drinks , the items could be known as recycle items. So that, they can do recycle in the same time or later. The middle of the shop we can put the long tables and long chairs for our customers. The shop should be provide wifi services for students to do assignments. The shops can be at university areas like subang ss15, rural areas, big cities, bintang walk, bangsar, all the corner of kuala lumpur and selangor.|
|Management Team||Management Team would be as below:-
1 of managing director – angel investor
1 of operation director – The researcher
10 of branch manager – 10 employees to collect revenue
3 of accountant – 3 employees
5 of customer services – 5 employees to support end-users
3 employees of marketing department -provide the marketing ideas to promote eco systems.
|Company Background||Date you start the business: Start of 2017, January.
Investment made to date: Before January 2017.
Subscriber: Students, Adults, oldster.
Sales for a months: RM 6000 for vending machines, RM 10,000 for recycling items.
Milestone achieved to date: Now or later.
|Funding Milestone||Amount of funding required: RM500,000
Proposed use of fund: RM100,000
milestone expected to achieve at each funding stage: RM 500,000
|% Equity Allocation||2 percents.|
|Expected ROI||70 percents.|
|Risks and Mitigation||Risks and mitigating factors:
1. Malaysian did not received the recycling information from us.
2. Malaysian lack of education background especially in rural areas.
3. Malaysian youngster have a broken or imperfect family like divorces.
4. Malaysian lack of knowledge for green environments.
5. Malaysian don’t like to do rubbish categorize for recycle.
|Exit Strategies||The is a very perfect ideas for government of Malaysia to support green Eco friendly environment in our country.
There is no exit opportunity for investor, it is a very important turnover green world for Malaysian.
It will raise up the currency of ringgit Malaysia if it is successful.
Investor can exit the opportunity after 10 years which is 2026.
|Company Name||23sen Products store Sdn. Bhd|
|Business Address||1, Jalan Bukit Lentang 9|
|Contact Person||Frankie Tan|
|Current Status||Concept / Business Plan|
|Funding Required||RM5,000,000 or more|
|Description||The company (Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn Bhd) is planning to set up a stevia plantation on 300 acres of land located at Lojing, Gua Musang, Kelantan under a new SPV called Agrostevia Plantation Sdn Bhd. The company had done it before 5 years back in Sepang and the project was a success. Since the project was planted under the commercial land, it was taken back by the developer and now the company has identified a 300 acres of land at the said location (owned by Yayasan Anak Yatim which is leased from Kelantan Government). The off takers have been secured and the cost of the project on 100 acres of land is RM13 million (300 acres is RM39 million but the investor can choose the number of acres they wish for) and the owner is currently looking for a partner(s)/investor(s) to fund the project. Should the investor(s)/partner(s) be interested to invest, the procedures are as per below:-
1. If you agree to invest, then, the representatives of the three parties (investor(s), Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn Bhd, Yayasan Anak Yatim) will meet and discuss on the company’s formations and conditions.
|Business Opportunity||The barriers are:
1. Tropical Climatic and Sunlight (photoperiod)
3. Watering requirements
4. Early flowering due to stress
We have overcome all the above barriers.
PROBLEMS WE SOLVED
|Revenue / Business Model||Revenue for the investor(s)/partner(s)
1. The stevia crop once planted could be harvested every 45 days beginning from the 7th month for 6 years.
2. Every harvest would yield about one ton per acre which would be sold to Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn. Bhd. for RM10,000.00 on a ‘buyback’ contract.
3. The approximate gross income would be RM1,000,000.00 per harvest and we could harvest the stevia crop 8 times per year, which will bring a gross revenue of RM8,000,000.00 per year. ( 4 HARVESTS only i.e. RM4 million for the first year revenue )
Revenue for Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn Bhd
1. The stevia purchased from the Agrostevia Plantation Sdn Bhd will then be sold to the off takers (already secured).
|Management Team||The current management team consists of a Managing Director, a Technical Manager and a Plantation Manager with more than 5 years of management experience in the stevia industry.|
|Company Background||Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn Bhd is a modern commercial stevia plantation and the production of stevia based products, with more than 5 years of management experience in the stevia industry. Established in 2010, with a paid-up capital of RM250,000.00, the company constantly develops innovative stevia planting techniques, mechanized plantation management powered by solar energy that is globally recognized.
Our vision is, “The production of stevia extract/sweetener, a future Global food commodity on a Mechanized/Robotic plantation”. Given the demand growth of clean-label food sweetener ingredients, we believe we have created a natural, organic and GMO-free whole food-commodity platform that will disrupt the traditional food production landscape. The company is recognized by the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA), the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI), and the National Agricultural Training Council (NATC).
What are we trying to do and why?
|Funding Milestone||The total project cost for 100 acres is RM13 million. The fund will be use for land preparation, ploughing, making bunds and covering it, preparing plantlets and organic fertilizers, management costs, farm equipment, water pump, generator, water tanks and piping, agricultural machinery and maintenance equipment. From the 4th to the 6th year, the average net income per year would be estimated >RM5 million.|
|% Equity Allocation||Since the project will be under new SPV (Agrostevia Plantation Sdn Bhd), it will be more than 50% stake|
|Expected ROI||Estimated to be roughly 200% to 300% within 30 months|
|Company Name||Agrostevia Worldwide (M) Sdn Bhd|
|Business Address||Suite 8-1-1, Block B, Jalan Semarak Api 2, Diamond Square, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Contact Person||Khairul Ikhwan Bin Jamaludin|