Tea Ball Strainer side note:
The circumference of the tea ball strainer is equal from all surface areas. Meaning there is a 3.5-inch height maximum, which means the area inside the ball would barely produce 2 – 2.5 cups of popcorn if that.
There was 4 (four) funding Opportunity slots available:
Ideally, this learning syllabus was for new venture capitalist & MBA minded graduates!
Overall funding: $100,007.00
Math: $25,001.75 each
I the inventor already make a livable wage. So, your funding will go only for this venture!
The Built In Exit Strategy
"Invest, make some money & look for another venture to invest with"
I will not see any profit until your initial funding of $100,007.00 is recouped, that is the $25,001.75 for each investor. After the collective initial funding of $100,007.00: We would have profit shared, until the $3.8 million "Exit Strategy" was paid four ways, that's $950,000.00 USD each! Introduction to Air Fryer Basket profit distribution / 100% profit Distribution Schedule, In the beginning 65% of the profit goes to the investors, until the initial funding of $100,007.00 is recouped! After the initial funding was recouped, 13% 5 (five) ways, until the "Exit Strategy" of $3.8 million was satisfied, "Exit Strategy" equals $950,000.00 USD each. 35% of the 100% always is reinvested for the prosperity of the venture (to build a prosperous and solid foundation for the Intellectual Property). Don’t forget about manufacturing cost, shipping and final destinations costs (of said purchasers). After the $3.8 million "Exit Strategy" is paid in full the Air Fryer Basket venture is over. 100% of all rights will return to the inventor.
LIONELL COMMERCE 1/3 AGREEMENT
- Simply states that any intellectual property on this site must adhere to this outline to protect the Artisans / Writers / Inventors / Etc. / Investors and LIONELL COMMERCE. LIONELL COMMERCE operates on a 100% system for each projection (Intellectual property)
- 1/3 (33%) - Goes to "AWISE" (Artisans / Writers / Inventors / Scientist / Etc.)
- 1/3 (33%) - Goes to "I(s)" (Investor(s))
- 1/3 (33%) - Goes to the business of the Intellectual property
- 1% - LIONELL COMMERCE (admin)
LIONELL COMMERCE goal is eventual freedom for "AWISE", free with control of their Intellectual property. Therefore: agreements dealing with Copyrights can last up to 13 years, agreements dealing with patents can last in between 8 & 12 years.
Side Bar Note to A.W.I.S.E.
What you've just read, is a business plan explained & A.W.I.S.E. remember know the business of your I.P. (Intellectual Property) this attracts Investors, I would think! Now, knowing what they were investing in www.PopcornAir.Com, the selling price was 3.8 million, now 3.8 was the "exit strategy" for the four investors. Now, with the Crowd-funding attributes of 2017, www.AirFryerBasket.com is poised to do some great crowdfunding profit sharing. Profit Margin estimate is $11 + per unit sold, depending on the per unit price margin. All has been documented and manufacturer is waiting!
SEC Adopts JOBS Act Amendments to Help Entrepreneurs and Investors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2017-78
Washington D.C., April 5, 2017
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it has adopted amendments to increase the amount of money companies can raise through crowdfunding to adjust for inflation. It also approved amendments that adjust for inflation a threshold used to determine eligibility for benefits offered to “emerging growth companies” (EGCs) under the Jumps tart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.
“Regular updates to the JOBS Act, as prescribed by Congress, ensure that the entrepreneurs and investors who benefit from crowdfunding will continue to do so,” said SEC Acting Chairman Michael S. Piwowar. “Under these amendments, the JOBS Act can continue to create jobs and investment opportunities for the general public.”
The SEC is required to make inflation adjustments to certain JOBS Act rules at least once every five years after it was enacted on April 5, 2012. In addition to the inflation adjustments, the SEC adopted technical amendments to conform several rules and forms to amendments made to the Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”) and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (“Exchange Act”) by Title I of the JOBS Act.
The Commission approved the new thresholds March 31. They will become effective when they are published in the Federal Register.