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INDUSTRY

BUSINESS PLAN DRAFT

1.0 Executive Summary


1.1 COMPANY & INDUSTRY

The Company, name to be decided, (TBD) will capitalize on the growing entertainment market across
the world through the production of high quality media. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

1.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES

The company has established it will not limit itself to just full productions but will also do photoshoots,
music videos, and editing work.

1.3 MARKET ANALYSIS

TBDs competition consists of photography studios and independent film companies. Local
photography contracts like the ones setup with local schools are decided by the school board, it being
pointless to try and tap into that market TBD focuses on working with local models, musicians, and DJs
for its photography and editing for it film projects. TBD will be releasing its 1 st full length production in
the form of a short (under 30min) film that will be submitted to film festivals all across the country by
the end of Q4 2016. TBD currently leads its competition in the local sector and will demonstrate this
again

1.4 STRATEGY & IMPLEMENTATION

TBD maintains strong affiliations in the entertainment industry. TBD has been offered projects with top
entertainers across the world. The company will profit from the work it puts forth to maximize the
success of its clients. TBD will continue to wow the consumers of its services and exceed their
expectations as well as produce its own independent masterpieces. TBD will also work with major film
companies as it sees fit. No stone worth its weight will be left unturned.

1.5 MANAGEMENT

TBD has formed an experienced, award-winning management team. The years of experience
maintained in both the business and creative sides of a studio enable TBD to generate profitable
revenue immediately.

1.6 FUNDS REQUIRED & USE

TBD's directors are seeking $15k, the market average required for a low budget HPV short film, by the
close of Q3 2016.

TBDs directors will then be seeking $100k for a low budget HPV full feature film by the close of Q2
2017.
TBD expects to generate a minimum of $20 million by Q1 2018.

2.0 Company Summary


2.1 LEGAL ENTITY & OWNERSHIP

TBD will be incorporated in the State of Nevada. The Board of Directors, TBDs founders, Raymond
Quezada and Donato Santoli will own this corporation. The assets will be held under an LLC(s-elect).

2.2 FACILITIES & LOCATION

The majority of TBDs work will be done on-site at TBDs headquarters but the company is remote and
can/will operate anywhere in the world as it sees fit.

2.3 KEY ASSETS

TBDs President, Raymond Quezada, is a media professional with years of on the job experience. His
demonstrated success is what drives our company to make the success of our clients a reality.

TBDs COO, Donato Santoli, has overseen the success of hundreds of businesses. His drive will move all
sales goals to the top and ensure the correct asset protection of all the companies dealings.

3.0 Market Analysis Summary


3.1 TARGET MARKET

The target market for TBD is very diverse, as the company releases productions it will source its projects
to the most lucrative medium. This could be to wholesalers, larger productions companies, and even
feeder companies in China working for big names like Disney and Viacom.

3.2 MARKET SIZE

Independent studios have been described by knowledgeable media industry professionals as "the
lifeblood of the business." They make up about 70 of the 300 films that hit theaters every year on
average.

3.3 MARKET TRENDS

Entertainment is big business in the United States. It is expected, that the sector as a whole generated
564 billion U.S. dollars in revenue by the end of 2014. Forecasts predict that the entertainment industry
will grow to over a trillion US dollars in value over the next four years, proving its worth in domestic
markets and as a major U.S. export. The film industry is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, player in
the broader entertainment sector; it is considered a cornerstone of the industry.

The industry has evolved considerably, and now digital distribution has become the primary method for
selling media to consumers. This has opened the door for smaller studios to compete with major
studios on an equal footing.

4.0 Strategy & Implementation


4.1 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

TBD will continue to develop both full feature films and smaller productions until it sees fit to only
produce full feature films. Sale will go through wholesalers and distributors and eventually move into an
autonomous process done completely in house and sold directly to the public.

4.2 GOALS

Build a profitable, reputable, and stable entertainment company.

Release a short film at Festivals nationwide, with full script in hand, by the end of 2016.

Position the company to allow investment partners, founders and employees the opportunity
to financially capitalize on TBD's profitability.

4.3 EXIT STRATEGY

As TBD reaches profitability and becomes a stable operation, several lucrative exit scenarios become
viable. TBD may be acquired by a major studio company, or the shareholders may liquidate their
ownership positions through sale of shares to management or outside investors.

5.0 Management Summary


5.1 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

TBD follows a typical hierarchical structure with each Vice President reporting to the President, who in
turn reports to the Board of Directors.

5.2 LEADERSHIP

Raymond Quezada, President and Chairman of the Board, provides the vision for TBD's future. A
renowned producer and professional.

Donato Santoli will operate as TBD's COO/CFO. Mr. Santoli attended University of the People studying
Business Management and Administration and has years of experience in sales and business
development.

6.0 Financial Plan


6.1 REQUIREMENTS

With $15,000 TBD projects to make a production that will be picked up by a larger company for
anywhere between $1.5 million - $20 million.

Alternatively, with $115k a full length feature can be made and sold to distributors for $5 million - $35
million.

With $750,000 a full length feature can be produced 100% in house and distributed across the world
with a projected box office revenue of over $30 million.
6.2 USE OF FUNDS

Funds will be used to create media projects to be sold to artists, distributors, investors, and the general
public.

6.3 INCOME STATEMENT PROJECTIONS

By the close of the first year TBD intends on grossing $30million

TBD will generate the majority of its revenue from the sale of media services products and film projects

6.4 CASH FLOW PROJECTIONS

After 23 months, TBD will become cash flow positive and self-sustaining. The company will maintain a
cash balance of at least nine months of operating expenses to ensure an adequate buffer for collecting
receivables and unforeseen costs associated with this industry.

6.5 BALANCE SHEET

After four years it is projected that TBD will hold approximately $X million in cash and liquid assets, with
a total assets equating to over $X million. With only $X million in liabilities, retained earnings are
projected to grow quickly, leading to higher net worth for stockholders.