Plan of Business Project θ Plan Revised version approved by The Wisemen Council θ Arnaud Segla

Plan of Business Project θ Plan Revised version approved by The Wisemen Council θ Arnaud Segla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plan of Business Project

Plan Revised version approved by The Wisemen Council

 

 

 

Note to the reader
This business plan is an informal plan. It is intended to present the information of an informal business project in the most professional way possible while respecting the simplicity inherent in the informal sector. It is analyzed in such a way as to bring out the strength of the promoter’s vision but above all to have confidence in the initiative that is presented. The technical level is therefore lower, without, however, ignoring the essentials of presenting a business project. Indeed, the only missing element is the presentation of financial statements which would not only make the reading more difficult but also would not fit with the nature of informal projects which by definition respond to basic imperatives: to launch, in a simple way or under critical conditions, income generating activities (IGA).
For entrepreneurs in the so-called “formal” sector, however, it constitutes a drafting structure that can be used as a source of inspiration, provided that the reflection is pushed to a satisfactory level of technical justification. In particular, by developing the financial aspects.
Analysts are invited not to follow a classic reading routine but to use their wits to decode the information which, although informal in its presentation, aims to provide guarantees for an investment whose purpose is to be repaid in the long term. It is up to you to step out of your comfort zone knowing that the limits have been marked out here in the DNA of the model.
Finally, this informal business plan is the ideal tool for any informal or ethnic entrepreneur wishing to begin the transition to the market economy by going through the exercise of rationalization and formalization of the business while keeping the informal philosophy characterized by the Faith in its destiny …
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Business Plan
Table of contents
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1. PRESENTATION GÉNÉRALE 8
1.1. Identification 8
1.2. Vision 8
1.3. Profiles 8
1.4. Vocations 8
1.5. Résultats 8
1.6. Missions 9
1.7. Valeurs 9
1.8. Attitudes 10
1.9. Messages 10
1.10. Slogans 10
1.11 Profile of the promoter 10
1.12. History of the project 11
1.13 The cause advocated 11
1.14 Offer and value proposition 12
1.15 Revenue model 13
1.16 Network of contacts 13
1.17 Legal structure 14
1.18 The Consortium in 5 years (objectives) 14
2 MARKET STUDY 15
2.1 Definition of the sector of activity and the market 15
2.2 Eco-system and project environment 15
2.3 Presentation of the competition 16
2.4 Competitive advantage 17
2.5 SWOT analysis 17
2.6 Presentation of the project environment and sensitivity 18
2.7 Utility of the project 19
2.8 Positioning 19
2.9 Innovation of the project 20
3 IMPLEMENTATION (THE BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS) 21
3.1 Customer Segments 21
3.2 Value proposition 21
3.3 Distribution channels 22
3.4 Customer relationship 23
3.5 Sources of revenue 23
3.6 Key resources 24
3.7 Key activities 24
3.8 Key partners 25
3.9 Structure de couts 25
3.10 Production process 25
3.11 Customer journey 29
4 MARKETING STRATEGY (MARKETING MIX) 32
4.1 Product strategy 32
4.2 Settling and distribution strategy 33
4.3 Pricing strategy 33
4.4 The promotion and communication strategy 42
5 FINANCIAL FORECASTS 46
5.1 Financial Statements 46
5.2. Cash budget forcasting 47
5.3. Financial Forecasting Statements 49
6. ANALYSIS 53
7. RISK AND CONTINGENCY ANALYSIS 54
APPENDICES 56
I. Strategic Organization of the Homes (Ka) for the Free ECO World Vision through the portfolio of our online projects. 56

PROJECT SUMMARY
Arnaud Segla is a promoter of the Strategic Organization for the Free ECO World Vision which is a Community Economy Consortium. The Consortium’s group of consultants has chosen to enter the field of Strategy Consulting in Canada and Africa. More precisely, the ethnic minorities in Canada and the ethnic minorities in Africa according to the principle of ethnic and informal entrepreneurship which is addressed to any minority present in a space of reception of migratory flows. The call service is strategic writing. They now wish to offer on the market strategy consulting services for the accompaniment of economic actors and community leaders on issues of economic empowerment of youth and women as well as the defense of their civil rights within the framework of social innovation without much dependence on the influence of feminist thought.
It positions itself as a partner structure and then preponderant and to make its talent and professionalism recognized by the target clientele that constitute the maries and local communities, the civil society, the technical and financial partners and the private sector. This target clientele is the target audience of The Wisemen Council, which is identified as inter- and intra-state economic migrants from precarious and poverty-stricken areas.
This phenomenon of marginality and lack of integration or economic inclusion encountered mainly by young people and women can find a solution through socio-economic initiative and entrepreneurial projects by setting up a solidarity bridge between the populations of the South and their counterparts in the Diasporas in industrialized countries, mainly in the West. Thus our competitive advantage is the transversality of our consultants’ skills and their great knowledge of the realities experienced by the target populations of the business project. The management consulting services sector is marked by organizations, often for-profit, that draw most of their operating funds from private investment.
We wish to remain a profit-making structure in order to reinvest it in direct action with populations. We aspire to diversify our sources of revenue while partnering with our peers in the Strategy Council with our intimacy and proximity to the field. The challenge of identifying opportunities for youth in the South and access to socio-economic resources for women justifies, for us, years of involvement in reducing and then eradicating precariousness and poverty, not by disappearance but by conversion to a legal status linked to an adequate income for each individual and household.
Our business model aims at offering an investment in the form of a lease to economic actors and community leaders and federate them in the form of franchises receiving strategic support towards the success of their projects. In the short term, the company wishes to multiply the sources of its income and stabilize them through an influence based on the quality of its services.
We wish to secure a working capital of $14,000 CAD that will allow us to leverage funds, have a safety margin and have an initial contribution when bidding on government tenders for development projects. We also need to secure a minimum amount of 12,000$ CAD (1000$ CAD per month of emoluments during the year of acceleration) for the commercial functions, dedicated to the prospection of contracts, and administrative, dedicated to the promotion of our services, of our company with two contract resources. The prospecting of contracts and the promotion of our services allows all our consultants to have work and outlets since we operate by projects. We are therefore dependent on it and it is a strategic and important turning point for our growth. This will allow us to reinforce our team with other sub-contracted consultants depending on the project. Thus we will have an impact on the economy by bringing contracts to self-employed and other independent workers. So our funding requirement is $25,000 CAD ideally in the form of a grant.
Les deux premières années de la phase de croissance ou commercialisation, le revenu nominal attendu par mois est de 5000$ représentant principalement des facturations de prestation de sous-traitance. L’entreprise étant virtuelle et les consultants nomades les coûts d’exploitation sont limités aux salaires pour les variables et les couts de télécommunication pour les fixes. Les chiffres d’affaires projetés pour les deux premières années sont respectivement de 61,200 puis 73,800 avec une simulation nominale.
Le fonds de roulement de 12 mois représente un temps de prospection non consécutif sans contrats en cours. Ce projet a de fortes chances de faire la différence sur le marché des services de conseil en Stratégie compte tenu du besoin d’Entraide entre l’Ouest et les Sud. C’est pourquoi le présent plan d’affaires est soumis à votre analyse pour lui donner toutes les chances d’honorer son rendement mais aussi d’avoir l’impact dans la communauté en lui donnant une voix et voie à au pouvoir socioéconomique par des membres qui se mettent à son service en toute transparence, honnêteté et vérité…
During the first two years of the growth or commercialization phase, the expected nominal revenue per month is $5,000, representing mainly subcontracting service billings. The company being virtual and the consultants nomadic, the operating costs are limited to salaries for the variables and telecommunication costs for the fixed ones. The projected revenues for the first two years are respectively 61,200 and 73,800 with a nominal simulation.
The working capital of 12 months represents a non-consecutive prospecting period with no ongoing contracts. This project has a strong chance of making a difference in the strategy consulting market given the need for mutual aid between the West and the South. That is why this business plan is submitted to your analysis to give it all the chances to honor its performance but also to have impact in the community by giving it a voice and way to the socio-economic power by members who put themselves at its service in all transparency, honesty and truth …
Tableau des coûts et financement du projet

Coûts du projet Financement
Frais de démarrage 25000$ Mise de fonds 1000$
Fonds de roulement 14000$ Emprunt 1 25000$
Inventaire (fond de commerce; livres) 0$ Emprunt 2 10000$
Équipements 2000$ Marge de crédit (autorisée) 0$
Fourniture de bureau 0$ Subvention 10000$
Frais de commercialisation 5000$ Autres (True Love money) 0$
Améliorations locatives 0$
Autres 0$
TOTAL 46000$ TOTAL 46000$

Tableau de l’État des résultats
An 1 % An 2 %
Ventes 61,200$ 73,800$
Coût des marchandises vendues 0$ 0$
Marge brute 61,200$ 73,800$
Marge nette 24,619$ 40.2 15,929$ 21.6

1. PRESENTATION GÉNÉRALE
1.1. Identification
The Wisemen Council
Economic component of the Strategic Organization of the Free ECO World
ECO World Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations)
Social component of the Free ECO World Strategic Organization
Academy of Lean Intention
Ethnocultural component of the Free ECO World Strategic Organization
1.2. Vision
“Putting people back at the heart of the economy and ecology
1.3. Profiles
The Wisemen Council
Consultants with cross-disciplinary skills, specializing in project management and business engineering.
The World Foundation ECO (Community Economics of Organizations)
Young people (22 – 35 years old), men and women, from Canada and Africa who do not have a stable socioeconomic and ethnocultural situation.
Lean Intention Academy
Young Economic Actors and Community Leaders aspiring to International Entrepreneurship, sharing Intercultural Wealth in their Identity and exchanging within an Omni-Reality Community Economy.
1.4. Vocations
The Wisemen Council: Strengthening
ECO World Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations): Seating
Academy of Lean Intention: Ka Method
1.5. Résultats
The Wisemen Council
By defining better strategies and projects, together we can make social, ethnic, informal and digital economy enterprises more competitive in the creation of wealth and values that constitute our way of life for their economic integration.
ECO World Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations)
Offer of intra and or intermediation (moderation) community between migrants for socio-economic reasons and citizens of the host areas: build together a sustainable monthly income security from a satisfactory profile from his life course.
Academy of Lean Intention
To raise the popular level in management, but informal, which is above all a question of common sense and Realism, by a reinforcement of capacity having the same importance as that of the civism or the respect of the environment and protecting the Simplicity in the Attitudes while aiming at the economic performance and or the social adaptation of the Results.
1.6. Missions
The Wisemen Council
To provide consulting services in project management, business analysis and engineering for the ethnic and informal entrepreneurship sector in order to improve the performance and competitiveness of its actors.
ECO World Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations)
Helping newcomers to immigrant countries start and grow a local and/or ethnic business (ethnic products and services) through an informal success-oriented and culturally appropriate approach.
Academy of Lean Intention
To train Young Economic Actors and Community Leaders in the basics or rudiments of informal (amateur) management, i.e., without aiming at a professional career in this field.
1.7. Valeurs
Free ECO World Value Statement
“Fulfillment (Intra Importance) through Transparency (Honesty and Truth) for Protection (Sovereignty and Freedom) from the stress of the World (Manipulation and Hypocrisy) in this era”
Values:
1. Intra Importance of Acceptance (by its psychic Incarnation and for its Life project and its Vicarious Mission)
2. Socioeconomic Sovereignty (Profile Satisfaction and Income Sufficiency)
3. Ethnocultural Freedom (Ethnic Feeling and Informal Feeling of Contentment)
4. Honesty towards the Self, Partners and the Divine
5. Letting go of the Truth (of Success in Business and Community Affirmation)
Difference of Approaches:
Egolysis in Lean Intention Philosophy (Intra Importance; Marginality: “being apart” vs. MA’AT Church Religions (Inter Dependence; Vulnerability: “coming together to live”;
1.8. Attitudes
Calm, Courage, Confidence, Belief and Simplicity
1.9. Messages
The Wisemen Council
“Making the Informal Economy a Quality Alternative to the Liberal System
The ECO World Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations)
“Aspiring to Socio-Economic Sovereignty of Heritage and Ethnocultural Freedom in Identity
Academy of Lean Intention
“Every human is important in the eyes of God.”
1.10. Slogans
The Wisemen Council
“Our projects fulfill your ideas. Transcend your business!”
The ECO World Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations)
“Making Informal Socio-Economic Attitude Reoriented Towards Results Accessible”.
Academy of Lean Intention
“Believe – Federate – Thrive – Share
1.11 Profile of the promoter
Arnaud Segla is the promoter, consultant-manager and leaseholder of the Consortium (granted by Franck Segla). There are no shares in the company. It was based until now on a regular contribution of funds from the promoter according to the stage and phase of the company’s Life and according to the projects pursued. Arnaud Segla holds a master’s degree in applied sciences, a master’s degree in international business, a certificate in project management and several AECs, notably in entrepreneurship and intercultural relations. This richness of experience reinforces his role as a consultant manager with cross-disciplinary skills who surrounds himself with similar profiles through his associate consultants to successfully carry out the company’s missions. Moreover, he has worked in aeronautics, economic development and international cooperation for several years, including at least 10 years in the management of various projects.
1.12. History of the project
From transversal competencies to the e-Licence
Arnaud Segla first created The Wisemen Council, based on the image of the councils of elders who used to meet in the Black Kingdoms to give public hearings and regulate political life.
Today, she draws on the men and women of experience and wisdom in the various communities. For example, her father (shown in traditional dress in the logo) was one of the wise men who gave advice at these meetings called “Codjo” in the town where our community was established.
He started this kind of informal meeting himself a little later but to share ideas and advice with promoters of entrepreneurial projects in Montreal.
The Conseil des Sages was registered in 2009 with the desire to meet the growing demand for cross-disciplinary skills to manage projects and complement the skills of entrepreneurs by offering quality consulting services.
Looking for a way to ensure a competitive advantage in the industry and differentiate myself, it began to build in 2012 an effective way of doing business in accordance with traditional and ethnic identities by adapting this heritage to the economic environment.
This led to the creation of a new concept of business project management: the Ka Method. He invites some economic actors to discover this Method and join the associated Think Tank. Its purpose is to validate, promote and manage this system or approach. The vision is to help entry-level middle class members create jobs through entrepreneurship and, thus, help reduce poverty and insecurity (or promote income sufficiency) in our communities so that a quantum leap in income is achieved with each generation.
After the Council of Sages, Arnaud Segla created the Academy of Lean Intention in 2016, then finally the foundation of the ECO World (Community Economy of Organizations) in order to implement the offer of Management integrations in a Consortium. He uses his experience in entrepreneurship and his varied knowledge in management science to offer the best consulting service adapted to the needs of ethnic communities as a contribution to the evolution of all humanity.
1.13 The cause advocated
The Model of Political Economy, the Ka Method, which justifies the implementation of the project of the Strategic Organization for the Vision of the ECO Free World, rests on spiritual foundations (“Faith is our Strength and our Engine”) in order to achieve an ideal of socio-economic sovereignty and ethno-cultural Freedom to the members of the Strategic Foyers, Economic Actors (Entrepreneurs) and Community Leaders (Professionals)
The initiator of the project, the Consultant Manager and Author Arnaud Segla, has surrounded himself with the Consultants of the Consulting Firm and Think Tank, The Wisemen Council, to promote the Strategic Organization project. This is a multi-skilled team offering cross-disciplinary project management skills.
The Strategic Organization works for the ECO Free World Vision: The Promise of the Coming of Economics in Religion and Ecology in Spirituality through the Definition of Individual Philosophies of Realism around a Faith of Simplicity (Reformed TA from Loving Help: “giving and receiving” to Committing to Accountability: “employing and borrowing”).
The Management Integration Consortium is made up of 3 structures under 3 headings, namely economic, social, and ethno-cultural.
The Wisemen Council serves clients with the profile of peer economic actors and community leaders that we support in their mission to create businesses, grow businesses and accelerate businesses. These are incubators, universities, training centers, and organizations that conduct entrepreneurship or economic empowerment and sustainable development projects in Canada and Africa in the Cloud. The Wisemen Council offers support for business development!
The World ECO Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations) is an Affinity Institution aimed at both youth and women, recipients of the legacy of the work initiated by The Wisemen Council to make accessible the Informal Socio-Economic Attitude reoriented towards the Result in order to be an alternative to the Liberal System (Capitalism and its financial system). It is a social, responsible movement and a universal consciousness.
The Lean Intention Academy is a Business Self-Coaching tool that offers a practical and community resource through a body of knowledge but is also a cause that can bring together ethnic and informal entrepreneurial peers and the sympathetic public to help fund development projects initiated by various experts on behalf of the Council of Sages. It also complements the direct support of the entrepreneurs involved in our projects through the sharing of assets.
Community Economy Organizations are anticipated regulatory institutions such as African “Tontine” groups, with youth and women, that could take up the legacy of the work initiated by the Council of Elders to make affordable access to the informal economic attitude and ethnic outcome developed to be an alternative to capitalism and its financial system.
1.14 Offer and value proposition
The Technical Partners are Ethnic Entrepreneurs in the Diaspora (Opportunity Supply), Canadian Resident Professional Financial Partners (Lease Capital), both of whom are matched to both Informal Employer Entrepreneurs in Africa (Work Supply and Opportunity Demand), and Non-Active Young Men and Women who wish to build or rebuild Socio-Economic Stability to establish a Home through employment or business (Work and Lease Capital Demand). The Skills of these will be reinforced in the Specialties of Management at the Academy of Lean Intention by all the Consultants of The Wisemen Council (Directors, Operational Team and Affiliated Consultants) who are familiar with our exclusive Management Method, the Ka Method.
The World ECO Foundation (Community Economics of Organizations) selects projects for young men and women who are not economically active, i.e., socially marginalized with family assistance in Africa and financially vulnerable with social assistance in the Diaspora, in order to facilitate their socio-economic integration and to heal the feeling of ethnocultural victimization. The Foundation ensures the Twinning between the Peers of the International Projects (BE, PTF) and the Economic Actors (TPE, PME) for a Partnership of Common Vision on the Reinforcement of Capacities in Management Techniques for a better Adaptation of the Ethnic Economy and a better Performance of the Informal Economy. However, the sustainability, viability and durability of the latter requires the commercialization of the intervention with community leaders (NGOs, CSOs, NPOs), funded or not, who implement training projects with the said target population.
1.15 Revenue model
In the short term, the gains come from consulting services around Corporate Strategy, business intermediation services, and activities surrounding the sale of online training books to target clients. Some field missions are still envisaged in partnership with some target clients or peers of the Strategy Consulting. The Consortium’s long-term revenues are based on the informal incorporation franchise using The Wisemen Council’s management model. They will have received an introductory lease and a quality label that they must maintain. In return for the support they will receive, they will pay “rent” on their income as long as they share ownership of their business. The advantage of staying in the franchise federation is that they have access to resources for business or community development, similar to the tontine model in the informal economy.
1.16 Network of contacts
The Consortium relies on a number of stakeholders and contacts identified in the professionals and community members.
The business contact network is identified cumulatively by prospecting for contracts and promoting services on international tendering sites and/or local employment agencies. The generic partners are
• Public administration (regulators, legislators and tax authorities)
• Family and peer community (funding)
• City or local government (main source of projects)
• Civil society (NGOs and associations)
• Technical and financial partners (foundations, banks, etc.)
• The private sector (VSEs, SMEs, SMIs and groups)
• Beneficiaries or participants of the project (inter and intra-state economic migrants from precarious and poverty areas)
1.17 Legal structure
The Consortium consists of 3 formal structures:
• The Wisemen Council. – 11204475 Canada Inc
• ECO World Foundation (Economic Community Organizations) – NEQ 1175723395.
• The Academy of Lean Intention. Under the cover of the sole proprietorship associated with the profile of Arnaud Segla. – NEQ 2266075888.
This type of structure is adapted to the pursued missions and favorable to the Partnerships of Common Vision (PVC) with other structures of the sector of the International Projects. It has finalized its structuring and is beginning its action aimed at creating strategic bridges between ethnic entrepreneurs of the African Diaspora in Canada and informal entrepreneurs from source countries of socio-economic migration in Africa and beyond in the South in general.
1.18 The Consortium in 5 years (objectives)
The Strategic Organization for the Vision of the Free ECO World was born from the premise issued, within the framework of the Ka Concepts, to gather in assembly the Strategic Foyers or Ka that have decided to follow and apply the socio-economic model of the Ka Method in DNA.
In the medium term (5 years) we wish to be a reserved space, which is the designated forum for debates on the development of the Method, but especially the administration of the Community Economy current, whether or not it refers to Eco Animism.
The ECO World Foundation is the vehicle and relay of the social action of the Wisemen Council, which is the parent structure, trust, and main service provider. The academy serves as a qualification pathway for participants in our projects.
We wish to take an active part in the International Solidarity with the touch of the countries of the South and their Diaspora in the West who live the Realities respectively of the Informal and the Ethnic in the Sharing and the Exchanges.
We dare to believe that our Vision of “putting Man and the Community back at the heart of the Economy by making the Informal Economy a Quality alternative to the Liberal System” will find an echo within the community because for us “Every Man is important in the Eyes of God.

2 MARKET STUDY
2.1 Definition of the sector of activity and the market
We work in Project Strategy Consulting in the field of socio-economic development, that is to say, the assistance and strengthening of economic actors and community leaders. We belong to the Other Management Consulting Services Sector (NAICS 541619).
We are engaged in the sector of the international projects implied of development but with the particularity to put at contribution the African Diaspora and the African Perfora* by twinning as strategic bridges of the nature of transfers of knowledge, investments of capitals, shares of works and exchanges of outlets etc. the purpose of which is to reinforce their socioeconomic Sovereignty and their ethnocultural Freedom.
We target International Project Peers, Economic Actors (Entrepreneurs: VSEs, SMEs), Community Leaders (Professionals: CSOs, NGOs) and Technical Assistants (Experts: EO, TFPs) whose missions are aimed at young men and women aspiring to International Entrepreneurship and sharing Intercultural Wealth in their Identity and exchanging within an Inclusive Community Economy.
We work with Official Development Assistance (ODA) provided by OECD countries or institutional or private aid. This funding is aimed at poverty reduction objectives in developing countries, but the results are not up to expectations. Indeed, international public funding is now catalyzing the mobilization of resources from other sources, both public and private, in the face of people’s rebellion against Western countries. Thus, the growing contributions of the South from the private sector, foundations, civil society and local governments must be complemented, in our view, by a collective effort from members of communities with resources, such as the Chinese and Indian diasporas around the world. The international commitments made by developed countries to devote 0.7% of their GNI to development aid cannot suffice to meet the needs of development cooperation. Also, the intervention models considered too often technicist (capacity building without transferring capital to projects) and which evade the political dynamics that have a major impact on the effectiveness of aid are showing their limits.
*Ethnic group in urban informal markets.
2.2 Eco-system and project environment
Here is the analysis grid (PESTE) of the project’s Ecosystem and environment
Threats / Restrictions Opportunities
Political/legal Stricter requirements for the establishment, recognition and monitoring of consulting firmsÉlections au Canada et aux États-Unis et incidence sur les politiques d’aide aux entreprises privées Reforms in Canadian federal development assistance policy
Opening up international development work to smaller organizations
Economic Risk of major financial crises in OECD countries in 2019-2020
Financial instability due to monetary and economic reforms in the WAEMU and ECOWAS zones
Coordination challenge of the African Continental Free Trade Area The drive for economic sovereignty of African countries
Multiplication of socio-economic initiatives led by members of the African Diaspora and African experts
Economic attraction of the African market for industrialized countries
Sociodemographic Problems of integration and inclusion of indigenous, Anglophone, allophone, African and Afro-descendant workers in the Francophone spaces of industrialized countries’ societies
Limitation of the Reception of migrant workers inter and intra states Need for Skilled Labour in Canada
Need for opportunities and work for youth and women in Africa
Technologic Discomfort with online support and communication application
Limited quality of Internet connection in Africa Mobile Application Development in Africa
Liberalization of the Internet Market in Canada
Trend towards telecommuting
Environnemental Greater monitoring of the impact of projects on climate change Maturity of stakeholders on climate change issues

2.3 Presentation of the competition
The actors of international cooperation and solidarity on a global and European scale intervening in Africa are more in interdependence (not always synergistic) than in competition, hence our designation of “Peers”. All of them implement projects whose aim is to have a socio-economic impact that are reported on the level of relations between so-called developing and developed countries.
This interdependence concerns among others (non-exhaustive list): the governments of the OECD countries, international institutions, associative and citizens’ networks, international networks of national organizations, International Trade Union Organizations, Very Small Enterprises (Micro Entrepreneurs), Small and Medium Enterprises, Civil Society Organizations, Non Governmental Organizations, Technical and Financial Partners, etc.
Some Peers are organized at the international level in an attempt to increase their effectiveness in terms of resource mobilization, capacity to intervene or influence decision-makers. This type of grouping facilitates access to international consultation forums open to civil society organizations.
They constitute what are called international networks which are structured either by grouping together the different national branches of the same organization, or by having national organizations of the same philosophy, confession or object join, but which do not all bear the same name of the network. The internal governance and degree of independence of each member or branch from the international structure varies from one network to another.
Source : https://www.ritimo.org/
2.4 Competitive advantage
We are perceived as a Consortium essentially made up of specialists with great experience in business and community project management and consulting. Our in-call and promoted service is the strategic writing of business and community projects. We are able to provide specialized support services wherever the need is expressed through its online and mobile interfaces as well as the promoter’s profile which is entry level. The online documentation base and Think Tank are also designed to provide a comprehensive service offering that addresses the key challenges faced by the company’s target customer base and the target customer populations. Our goal is to improve the performance and competitiveness of actors wanting to develop a socio-economic enterprise with an informal approach. This offer is addressed to clients
• the private sector (individual entrepreneurs, VSEs and SMEs),
• civil society (associations, community organizations and NGOs)
• public administration (town halls, local and territorial authorities) and,
• business trainers (business incubators, universities and management schools).
We have the advantage of organizational flexibility, cultural proximity and professional technicality.”
2.5 SWOT analysis
The following are the tangible and intangible factors influencing the development of the project.
Strengths (internal) Weaknesses (internal)
Diversity of our team, made up of professionals who are specialists in their fields and who are interested in our economic activity
Transversal and multidisciplinary competences
Adaptability and flexibility; Specialization in the (Re)Structuring of projects
Efficient online interface with documentation and digital marketing Need for stimulus funding
Need for visibility and recognition in the target market
Existing substitutes by independent entrepreneurs’ coaches Consultant or not
Strong competition between development agencies
Credibility not established in the positioning
Opportunities (external) Threats (external)
Few credible corporate actors in Africa. Frequent recourse to Western firms.
The informal SME segment is often neglected by Western firms.
Current trend is the strong need for support to entrepreneurs and sustainable development projects in Africa and Canada
Strong promotion and favorable reception of entrepreneurship in Africa, especially in the youth segment
Distinctive position of the company which is not to make entrepreneurs but to make business enterprise to the active and inactive (para-entrepreneurship)
Need to involve nationals from the same ethnic strata as the target populations to carry out projects Large number of consultants or groups of consultants involved in supporting entrepreneurs and sustainable development
Market with often weak impact on development which often serves to support the actors without convincing results for the target populations
Difficulties in financing projects and initiatives
Great rigor in accountability to donors and the public
Sensitivity to management or political scandals that are often publicized in the media
Populations increasingly resistant to the classic models of cooperation and technical and commercial assistance.

2.6 Presentation of the project environment and sensitivity
As in any business and especially in social and economic enterprises, strategic changes including questioning of initial choices are possible to adapt to the market, the ecosystem or simply the cycles and environments influencing the project. We have chosen to create a project portfolio and not to do serial entrepreneurship according to the changing needs of the market but to remain faithful and coherent with an idea of destiny to accomplish. This is the interest of being engaged in a Life Odyssey. Thus, among the main changes we have agreed to in order to adapt our model to the market, we can mention, among others, the use of the news feeds restricted to the simple communicative and marketing practicality; the limitation of publications; the adaptation of ethnic entrepreneurship to international entrepreneurship and of the community economy to the social and solidarity economy as well as the calm effort of a whole Life the Black Kingdom self-project to highlight the intercultural richness in the identity; the generation of a management specialty entitled “strategic organization” from the exclusive ideology of the Ka Method; the denomination of its structures in Ka under the name of Consortia in Management Integration. Finally, the effort for the cause of socio-economic sovereignty of ethnic and informal households through the silent revolution gives way to the offer of intra and or intermediation (moderation) community between migrants for socio-economic reasons and the citizens of the host areas.
This is the announcement of the offer of specialization of strategic organization between Non Profit Organization (NPO) and Profit Organization (NPO).
2.7 Utility of the project
Our target is young people (22 – 35 years old) men and women who do not have a stable socio-economic (distress) and ethnocultural (stress) situation.
Our clients are peer organizations (VSEs, SMEs, NGOs, NPOs, CSOs, NGOs and TFPs) that work with this target group in their projects.
Our objective is to give reference points and tools to migrants who are usually marginalized and weakened, and to allow them to have better prospects for the future by rebuilding a proud identity and a transmissible heritage.
Finally, all supporters of this cause of reducing poverty by 2030 constitute Partners of Common Vision (PVC) as long as the implementation of projects and initiatives puts forward the knowledge of the contexts, environment and living conditions by the economic actors and community leaders themselves from the South.
2.8 Positioning
We specialize in management consulting and (re)structuring for companies in critical financial situations within the economic and sustainable development sector through project management (technical writing) and business engineering (business strategy) in a virtual, operational or real time manner with correspondents in Canada and Africa. We offer a complementary conciliation and reinforcement of skills in the form of “Virtual Clusters” or Spheres of Efficiencies within the framework of a Common Vision Partnership with us in private consulting firm.
We complement these services with an offer of intra and or intermediation (moderation) community between migrants for socio-economic reasons and the citizens of the host areas: building together a sustainable monthly income security from a satisfactory profile from his life course.
This, by providing designs of urban intervention projects to be financed in terms of Common Vision Partnership (CVP) with VSEs, SMEs, NGOs, CSOs, BEs and PTFs (public, private, and parapublic) in the framework of the social component of the strategic organization.
2.9 Innovation of the project
We share the Message of The Wisemen Council and invite economic actors and community leaders who have potential influence on the Diasporas and local populations of the motherlands to build the levers of a socio-economic and identity reappropriation to “Make the informal economy a quality alternative to the liberal system” through Business Intelligence…

3 IMPLEMENTATION (THE BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS)
3.1 Customer Segments
Our target client groups are as follows:
• Poor Ritual Perfora (in Income) or Francophone Minority Ethnicities are examples of target populations in economic spaces abroad, especially in South America, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
• Economic Actors and Community Leaders of influence are examples of source populations of Socioeconomic Realism in Profane (in Spirituality) Cultual Fraternities Ancestrologists and Islamologists.
• The target populations in the Francophone spaces of Canada are for example the Aboriginal peoples, the Anglophone, Allophone, African and Afro descendant communities in Ethnic Minorities or Precarious Intercultural Diaspora (in Status).
3.2 Value proposition
The Wisemen Council (Le conseil des Sages) offers management consulting services (project management and business engineering) in the area of economic and sustainable development in Canada and Africa. More specifically, ethnic minorities in Canada and minority ethnicities in Africa according to the principle of ethnic and informal entrepreneurship which is aimed at any minority present in a space of migratory flow. Our service of call is the strategic writing of business and community projects. After the advent of globalization, migration for economic reasons, which feeds the middle classes through the social mobility of the diasporas of industrialized countries and or the popular strata of third world countries, have multiplied reinforcing respectively the phenomena of ethnic and informal entrepreneurship. This has raised the question of the installation, integration and success of these numerous adventurers in search of El Dorado. Our objective is to improve the performance of local socio-economic structures, both ethnic and informal, and the quality of their outputs. To do this, the company offers clients specialization in analysis-consulting (precarious women in the Diaspora) and modeling of capacity and resource integration projects (poor youth in the South) for economic actors and community leaders on issues of youth and women’s economic empowerment and civil rights advocacy within the framework of social innovation without much reliance on the influence of feminist thinking.
The Wisemen Council (Le conseil des Sages) provides management consulting services in the economic and sustainable development sector in Canada and Africa. Our goal is to improve the performance of local, ethnic and informal socio-economic structures and the quality of their outputs. Our role is to select, model, accompany and submit to donors and resource persons, strategic projects as partner structures responsible respectively for economic action and social leadership. We work to promote and animate the practice of ethnic entrepreneurship stemming from the informal entrepreneurship model for the purpose of economic empowerment of households with insufficient income and unsatisfactory social mobility by promoting a bridge of exchange and sharing between ethnic entrepreneurs in Canada in general and Quebec in particular and their informal counterparts abroad.
The ECO World Foundation (Community Economy Organizations) is in charge of selecting, modeling, accompanying and submitting to donors and resource persons, projects in alignment with the Vision pursued by the Strategic Organization between the Firm and Think Tank, The Wisemen Council (which provides consultants), and the ECO World Foundation (which provides projects) as partner structures responsible respectively for economic action and social leadership in Community Economy (business and community projects in African Federated Spaces; EAU*). This Vision is translated into a portfolio of projects (See Annex I) and consists in practice of creating strategic bridges between the African Diaspora in the West and the ethnic minority groups in the Markets (Perfora) in the South. This is done through intra-community work sharing and inter-community opportunity exchange.
The Lean Intention Academy has the function of promoting and animating the practice of ethnic entrepreneurship from the model of informal entrepreneurship in the southern regions of the world for the purpose of economic empowerment of Western households with insufficient income and unsatisfactory social mobility. It promotes a bridge of exchange and sharing between ethnic entrepreneurs (Ethnic Minorities; Intercultural Diaspora) in Canada in general and Quebec in particular and their informal counterparts (Minority Ethnicities; Ritual Perfora) abroad in a climate of pacification and preservation (Socioeconomic Realism; Cultural Fraternities). The Academy contributes to the use and development of the body of knowledge in community economics initiated by the Think Tank of the Council of Wisemen (The Wisemen Council; 11204475 Canada Inc.) among peer economic actors and community leaders, partners of common vision (PVC). Finally, it pursues this objective through the organization of various events, training workshops and conferences in Quebec, abroad and online. As well as activities of promotion and initiation to the various models and methods in particular by the training of the trainers, the speakers and the influencers of international development.
*EAU: Exxx African United.
Expatriates Urban African (EAU)
The strategic organization of the Free ECO World aims at facilitating, by intermediation, the collaboration, not the cooperation, between the Migrants for socio-economic reasons inter and intra States Citizens in ethnic minorities (Diaspora) and informal groups (Perfora) in the Cities and Markets of Africa and of the World, and not only in France even less in China, for the Implementation of Projects, Initiatives and Missions to the service of their enterprises, whatever they are but licit. This concerns the Presidents (Economic component by The Wisemen Council; Management in distress; Entrepreneurs to accelerate; Projects), the Residents (Social component by the ECO World Foundation; Cashless and non-express mandate; Project promoters; Initiatives), and the Adults (Ethnocultural component by The Lean Intention Academy; Stress management; Aspiring entrepreneurs; Missions) in search of Ethnocultural Freedom and Socio-economic Sovereignty in their Homes.
3.3 Distribution channels
The online professional network Linkedin (formal approach) and the mobile application Whatsapp (informal approach) serve as the main platforms for the distribution or delivery of products and services mainly in Canada, and extensively in Africa. In addition, the company’s various websites serve as showcases for projects and initiatives allowing for an online presence and visibility. These sites are
• Arnaudsegla.com (highlights the profile of Arnaud Segla’s Management Consultant around the brand “Ethnic Entrepreneurs Ethniques” and the mode of para – entrepreneurship)
• Thewisemencouncil.com (Strategy and project management, Business engineering, Ka Method and Eco Animism)
• Theleanintention.com (Online academy and franchise label for business and quality)
• Entrepreneurethnik.com (blogs, portraits, services on economic development)
• Lecridelacalebasse.com (Literature, Message, Engagement on Ethnic Identity)
• Thewisefundings.com (informal food banks based on the tontine model of project promotion)
• Sharewisers.com (information exchange platform and economic intelligence works and opportunities)
• TheBlackKingdom.org (Landing page of the project portfolio)
It allows more efficiency, speed of action, permanent availability in order to maximize operations, better communication between the company and the client and to gain in competitiveness with the populations of the target market, essentially informal.
The prospecting is done in a formal way on the sites of international calls for tender.
3.4 Customer relationship
The acquisition of a customer is not very expensive because most of the promotion and prospecting is done in a virtual way by sending emails or informational watch for response to calls for tender. The only remaining cost is 10% per contract obtained for the sales team. Approximately 1/5 of the company’s annual income is allocated to marketing. The production channels, i.e. by type of project, are essentially based on services (invoiced at the hourly rate and in the last case by products). Finally, the four (4) main key management indicators (KPI) are the Revenue by type of project, the level of customer satisfaction (by survey), the project’s influence (number of independent or secondary publications) and the rate of growth of the Assets (Profit, Inventory and Virtual Inventory). The profit centers to support the activity by project are: External Relations, Financing, Operations, Investment and Information Monitoring.
3.5 Sources of revenue
Between 50 CAD and 150 CAD gross hourly rate per consultant, 20% (negotiable) paid back to the company’s turnover.
The hourly rate practiced by the firm for individual clients and NPOs is $50/hour; $100/hour for operating companies, NGOs and institutions and $150/hour for risky or international projects handled by senior consultants most often (2016-2017). This concerns in particular the accompaniment by phase. A fixed price can be defined by project phases or for well mastered projects. Any document to be produced not provided for in the contract will be invoiced in addition.
Any subcontracting by a third party specialist is not taken in charge. The client can take our partners or look for a specialist of their choice. In no case is the firm responsible for the quality of work of a person not contracted by us. It is important to make the client understand that the quality of work of the said person could prevent us from guaranteeing our own.
An invoice is issued upon completion of the work and receipts are provided for each interim payment.
3.6 Key resources
The Wisemen Council does not currently have a permanent staff. It is a group of Associate Consultants who step in and are mobilized on a project basis as projects are identified and signed. Support staff are also involved in the project as resources are committed to achieve specific objectives within the business cycle.
Remuneration is by the hour, i.e. between 50 CAD and 150 CAD, and by commission for the commercial staff. Sometimes on a performance basis depending on the project profile. Remuneration is based on the contribution to the project either by hourly rate or by lump sum agreement. Some result bonuses are granted to the consultant according to the project performance. According to the shares of capital after remuneration of the consultant’s performance made according to the commitment of his working time. The salary will be paid at intervals of 2 weeks during the period of involvement in the project. The method of payment is Interac, mobile or international Internet transfer.
3.7 Key activities
The following is a non-exhaustive list of the Consortium’s activities:
• Project strategy consulting
• Business engineering consulting (sales)
• Project management consulting
• Consulting in monitoring and evaluation
• Consulting in business analysis
• Project writing consulting
• Consulting in para-entrepreneurship
• Think Tank in community economics
• Informal food bank
• Sale of access to the online Academy of informal management
• Social intelligence (information exchange) and economic intelligence (opportunity and book sharing)
• Publication and sale of books
• Technical, web and business writing services
• Informal management training and capacity building workshops
Complete nominal service offer available upon request.
3.8 Key partners
The following is a non-exhaustive list of partners involved in the project:
• Governments of the countries of intervention
• Public or communities
• Peers of the international cooperation that we strengthen in management consulting services.
3.9 Structure de couts
Variable costs per project :
Project specific. By default, telecommunication costs and salaries of consultants on a per job basis.
Fixed monthly costs :
• Electricity :
• Water :
• Telephone:
• Rent:
3.10 Production process
Initial Processes: Customer Acquisition
Promotion
Presentation of the consortium’s technical and commercial capabilities

Prospecting
Conversion of the technical and commercial capacities of the consortium

Main processes: Project implementation and follow-up
Aspiring entrepreneurs
Modeling of socio-economic projects and consulting analysis by Consultants for amateur promoters

Project Promoters
Creation of opportunities through ethnic business projects of the Western Diaspora

Companies to Accelerate
Work on time for Southern Quality Informal Laborers

(Re)Structuring
Strategic planning and steering options for the recovery of the critical financial situation

Transversal processes: Outrech, influence and networking in the Ecosystem
Publishing
Selection of manuscripts for publication according to our editorial line

Election
Sales of the book collection to millennial students

Representation
Participation in the events and the consortium’s image council

3.11 Customer journey
This is the client journey of a consulting service at The Wisemen Council.
It is done according to the Ka Method which uses Agile Project Management and Lean Management adapted to the Community Economy License and to our Project Strategy practice

Cross-Step: Communication with the Consultant

4 MARKETING STRATEGY (MARKETING MIX)
4.1 Product strategy
The Strategic Organization for the ECO Free World Vision offers to its clients a specialization in consulting analysis and accompaniment of economic actors and community leaders on issues related to the economic empowerment of youth and women as well as the defense of their civil rights within the framework of social innovation without much dependence on the influence of feminist thought. The breakdown of the areas of intervention of our products and services is as follows
Entrepreneurial projects
In addition to the regular offer of courses and coaching (resulting from the partnership with a university or school board or our internal courses), we offer support and solutions to entrepreneurs at various stages of their projects and according to the market conditions and the situation. Each project being unique, the selection of these projects aims at optimizing our performance while serving the community.
Development Projects
This segment concerns international organizations wishing to develop entrepreneurship programs for the working classes, as part of the fight against precariousness, poverty and unemployment to boost their social mobility. It is essentially about offering capacity building missions or giving courses and coaching according to our internal model or that of a partner.
Research projects
These are the consolidation of the model developed by the “Think Tank” on Informal Economic Attitude, namely, the 5 tools of the Ka Method. They also aim to conduct studies for international and community organizations as well as investors in a broad way to orient their action strategy in Africa.
Community projects
This segment concerns Canadian associations wishing to develop entrepreneurship programs for newly arrived immigrants or residents wishing to choose this path to boost their social mobility. It is essentially about offering courses and coaching according to our internal model to differentiate ourselves from the local offer.
Publication projects
The Strategic Organization for the Free ECO World Vision and Arnaud Segla have committed to publish digital books along three editorial lines, namely “Economic Development”, “Ethnic Identity” and “Sustainable Development”. The goal is to accompany the effort of reappropriation of the economic Future and the renewal of the Black civilization in a logic of valorization and sharing to other cultures of its philosophy and its informal Attitude.
4.2 Settling and distribution strategy
The online professional network Linkedin (formal approach) and the mobile application Whatsapp (informal approach) serve as the main platforms for the distribution or delivery of products and services mainly in Canada, and extensively in Africa. In addition, the company’s various websites serve as showcases for projects and initiatives allowing for an online presence and visibility. These sites are
• Arnaudsegla.com (highlights the profile of Arnaud Segla’s Management Consultant around the brand “Ethnic Entrepreneurs Ethniques” and the mode of para – entrepreneurship)
• Thewisemencouncil.com (Strategy and project management, Business engineering, Ka Method and Eco Animism)
• Theleanintention.com (Online academy and franchise label for business and quality)
• Entrepreneurethnik.com (blogs, portraits, services on economic development)
• Lecridelacalebasse.com (Literature, Message, Engagement on Ethnic Identity)
• Thewisefundings.com (informal food banks based on the tontine model of project promotion)
• Sharewisers.com (information exchange platform and economic intelligence works and opportunities)
• TheBlackKingdom.org (Landing page of the project portfolio)
It allows more efficiency, speed of action, permanent availability in order to maximize operations, better communication between the company and the client and to gain in competitiveness with the populations of the target market, essentially informal.
The prospecting is done in a formal way on the sites of international calls for tender.
4.3 Pricing strategy
Nominal fee schedule 2022
Prices are in Canadian Dollars ($CAD) for Diaspora clients and sometimes in CFA Francs (XAF or XOF) for services offered in African countries.
Our main fields of intervention are :
• Project (Re)structuring
• Business engineering
• Project management
• Business analysis
• Project writing
• Para entrepreneurship
• Company financing
And we have developed the following services to improve the economic performance (VSEs, SMEs) and social adaptation (NPOs, NGOs, CSOs), as well as the ethnocultural collaboration (EO, TFPs) of our Common Vision Partners (CVPs) among the International Project Peers.
Pricing is tailored to the specific complementary parameters of the project, i.e., scope, duration, and quality. Each project is unique as well as the market and Ecosystem in which it evolves. The billing is therefore not identical from one project to another, even if we follow a policy of lump-summing our hourly rates in order to harmonize the rates of our service catalog.
If the mission requires the consultant to travel outside of the city, travel, food and lodging expenses are at the client’s expense.
I. Project (Re)structuring
Target audience: Businesses in need of acceleration.
Get involved in the administration of a business project to take steps for its structuring or restructuring.
Billing by the day or fixed price for the entire duration of the mission (with payment schedule). Mandate on a case by case basis
Activities Tasks Deliverables and Billing Method Observations Responsible
MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE SPECIALITY 2. Restructuring and upgrading General policy and simple procedures
300,000 XAF ou XOF (600 CAD) Indicative According to the complexity Arnaud S.
Boris A.
Ibrahim O.

II. Business Engineering
Target audience: Project promoters
Propose a communication plan, promotional tools and a simple and efficient marketing action plan. Ensure the follow-up or the piloting. Rates of consultants or advisors that vary between (80 CAD and 100 CAD or even 150 CAD per hour to be ideally forfaitized) plus the cost of publishing promotional tools by involving subcontractors doing quality projects.
Activities Tasks Deliverables and Billing Method Observations Responsible
COMMUNICATION STRATEGY AND MARKETING POSITIONING SPECIALITY 3. Content writing Letter Writing:
25,000 XAF or XOF (50 CAD) per Pages Arnaud S.
Aïssata S.
Translation of documents from English to French:
25 cents/word up to 1500 words.
30 cents/word over 1500 words the rate will be The final rate is determined according to the text submitted (quality, quantity and complexity evaluated in relation to the time required) Aïssata S.
Editing and correction of documents :
20 CAD to 25 CAD per page (sliding scale) Editing requires more work than proofreading and will therefore be charged at a slightly higher rate.
The rate will decrease according to the volume of work and the quantity of pages to be revised. Aïssata S.
4. Website content management Creation of an official web page in CMS WordPress
From 400,000 XAF or XOF (800 CAD) to 750,000 XAF or XOF (1500 CAD) minimum
Condition: template customization. Depends on the project. Depends on the number of pages, images, modules to be used, content writing and/or translation, and general coding complexity Arnaud S.
Website update (Revamping) :
50,000 XAF or XOF (100 CAD) Per pages or landing page sections of the original structure. Generally it is good to reduce the number of pages because Internet users spend less and less time on a website. Very often just on the home page. Arnaud S.
Maintenance (Webmaster) of Web page under CMS WordPress :
Simple monitoring of updates for 90 CAD per year, 25 CAD per quarter or 10 CAD per month After automation Arnaud S.
VISUAL COMMUNICATION, MARKETING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN SPECIALITY 1. Realization of advertising brochure, formatting of documents composition of visual of communication and Marketing Conception de Brochure Plaquette commerciale Formule Performance :
300,000 XAF ou XOF (600 CAD) Arnaud S.
Infographe partenaire

Brochure design Commercial brochure Simple formula :
150,000 XAF or XOF (300 CAD) Depends on the complexity of the arrangement between text, images and color tones Arnaud S.
Document formatting: 20,000 XAF or XOF
(40 CAD) Per page Depends on the complexity of the arrangement between text, images and color tones Arnaud S.
Composition of communication and marketing visuals
N.D. Per project (Flyer, Computer Graphics, Poster, etc.). Hourly rate based on effort and complexity.

III. Project management
Target audience: Project promoter
Manage international economic projects or social initiatives on behalf of institutions or investors in Africa and Canada. Accompaniment and execution by phase. Fixed price (hourly rate based on effort) based on the evaluation of the work to be done by the consultant.
Activities Tasks Deliverables and Billing Method Observations Responsible
SPECIALIZED IN MONITORING, EVALUATION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT 1. Management and negotiation Project coordination
N.D N.D Ibrahim O.

IV. Business Analysis
Target audience: Enterprise to accelerate
Analysis of the structure and activities of a company in operation and make proposals to improve its economic performance. Billing depends on the size of the project and the skills to be mobilized for the mission. Mandate on a case by case basis. The choice of rates depends on the complexity of the case, the amounts involved and the potential for developing the relationship with the client. To be more precise on this last point, a 1st mission can lead to an action plan. Some actions may lead to new mandates with the same client.

Activities Tasks Deliverables and Billing Method Observations Responsible
MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE FINANCE SPECIALITY 5. Financial analysis, financial risk analysis, financial engineering. Preparation of Financial Statements Expert Formula
N.D. Certified financial consultant expertise Boris A.
Development of Financial Statements Deluxe Formula:
300,000 XAF or XOF (600 CAD) BDC Financial Statements Arnaud S.
Development of Financial Statements Premium Formula:
200,000 XAF or XOF (400 CAD) Financial Statements Saje Spreadsheet V0 Arnaud S.
Preparation of Financial Statements Simple Formula :
125,000 XAF ou XOF (250 CAD) Previsio Financial Statements Arnaud S.

V. Project writing
Target audience: Project developers
Administrative project editing to improve leadership, operational decision making, or strengthen strategic skills. Hourly billing for short missions: between XAF 40,000 (CAD 80$) and XAF 50,000 (CAD 100$) per hour for a senior management consultant. A monthly fee for a long term contract estimated according to the standard hourly rate and the total number of hours of intervention on the mission. Possibility of package of services of assistance to the creation of companies (choice of the legal form, conception of all the legal, administrative and marketing documentation, deposit of files with the public administrations…) either of the management coordination of project without necessarily the execution.

Activities Tasks Deliverables and Billing Method Observations Responsible
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS ENGINEERING SPECIALIZATION 1. Drafting of feasibility study. Writing of feasibility study.
Fixed hourly rate :
50 cad/hour, Simple formula
100 cad/hour Premium Formula
150 cad/hour
Expert Formula Examples realized :
Cashew nut extraction and export plant (5,000,000 XOF)
Ice bar manufacturing plant (2,000,000 XOF)
CF: NONSINAN Group Ibrahim O.
2. Writing of business plans, writing of financing and grant applications, simulation and realization of financial statements. Business Plan Writing
Deluxe package:
Price: from 1,500,000 XAF or XOF (2500 CAD) Ad hoc project Arnaud S.
Boris A.
Business Plan Writing
Deluxe package:
Price: 1,250,000 XAF or XOF (2500 CAD) PME Mtl Template content and BDC financial statements Arnaud S.
Business Plan Writing
Premium package:
Price: 750,000 XAF or XOF (1500 CAD) BDC Template content and Saje V0 Financial Statements Arnaud S.

Business Plan Writing Simple Formula:
Price: 400,000 XAF or XOF (800 CAD) TWC Template and Previsio Financial Statements Arnaud S.
Business Plan Writing Informal Form:
Price: 200,000 XAF or XOF (440 CAD) TWC Template and Forecast Table included Arnaud S.
Strategic Business Plan Review and Correction:
Price: XAF 25,000 to 35,000 or XOF (50 to 70 CAD) per page
Market Research
N.D. N.D Boris A.
3. Drafting of project documents (Charters, Timeline, Budget), and Results-Based Management tools (Risk Analysis, Logic Model, Performance Measurement Framework) Drafting of Project Charter One-time formula:
Price: 50,000 XAF or XOF (100 C CAD) Arnaud S.
Project writing (Draft concept notes) Deluxe package
N.D Oxfam Model Arnaud S.
Project writing (Draft concept notes) Premium package :
N.D USAID DIV Model Arnaud S.
Project writing (Draft concept notes) Simple formula :
50 CAD per page TWC Model (Anctil Residence 2021) Arnaud S.
Drafting of Terms of Reference (TOR)
Price: 150,000 XAF or XOF (300 CAD) Arnaud S.
Ibrahim O.

VI. Para-Entrepreneurship
Target audience: Start-ups
To carry out capacity building mandates (tutoring) of start-ups or to participate in the administrative set-up of the latter in Common Vision Partnership (CVP) with international project peers.
ND

VII. Business Financing
Target audience: Aspiring entrepreneurs
Mandates to raise funds (economic and financial strategy, design of the financing file, negotiations with investors). We charge a fixed fee at the beginning of the mission (variable according to the size of the project, minimum: 500,000XAF (1000$CAD) so that the client feels committed) + commissions in case of success (1 to 5% of the obtained financing).
Cost reduction or productivity improvement mandates: Fixed fee at the beginning of the mission + commissions on target (10 to 20% of potential savings allowed by the consultant’s recommendations). Other types of missions, prefer fixed-price invoicing.
ND

4.4 The promotion and communication strategy
The acquisition of a customer is not very expensive because most of the promotion and prospecting is done in a virtual way by sending emails or informational watch for response to calls for tender. The only remaining cost is 10% per contract obtained for the sales team. Approximately 1/5 of the company’s annual income is allocated to marketing. The production channels, i.e. by type of project, are essentially based on services (invoiced at the hourly rate and in the last case by products). Finally, the four (4) main key management indicators (KPI) are the Revenue by type of project, the level of customer satisfaction (by survey), the project’s influence (number of independent or secondary publications) and the rate of growth of the Assets (Profit, Inventory and Virtual Inventory). The profit centers to support the activity by project are: External Relations, Financing, Operations, Investment and Information Intelligence.
The Wisemen Council promotes the company nominally each business cycle or fiscal year:
1. Dissemination of analyses on professional groups and sites
2. Partnership after volunteering with certain economic actors and community leaders (UNV)
2.1. Write targeted analyses on topics affecting the sector
2.2. Distribute opinion columns to the most influential bloggers and LinkedIn groups on the web
3. Web page promotion
3.1. Promotion of the landing page dedicated to the presentation of publications
4. Promotion of the blogs
4.1 Inserting the books in the syllabus of the online Academy
5. Offer eBook(s) to frequent readers
5.1. Use freebies as a driver for eBook promotion
6. Go fishing for reader reviews
7. Promotional campaigns
7.1. Campaigns on the LinkedIn professional network
7.2. Campaigns on Amazon
7.3. Campaigns using Whatsapp broadcasting
8. Google Adwords

Here is the nominal annual action plan

1. Alliances July 0$
2. – Management Schools in Africa: Segla training (outsourcing) webinar or access to the online Academy
0$
3. Internet July
4. – Write a solicitation text and prepare a sample email Late July mid August
5. – Post services on as many pages as possible Around mid-August
6. – Research professional associations and send email to request confirmation of interest in partnership and introduce yourself About mid-August
7. – Free ads on websites and Kijiji and Solo Agent About mid-August
8. – Advertise training on Jobmire formation and Jobboom Around mid-August
9. – Online directory July – August 0$
11. – Blog content development About mid – August 0$
12. Yellow pages 0$
13. Register in the yellow pages July – August 0$
14. Database. 175$
15. Creation of a database at launch and over time, by invitation Mid August – August 0$
16. Social network LinkedIn and WhatsApp 0$
17. Expand the database. Create and animate a community. Promote. Increase visibility. September 35$
18. Articles in the media / Newspapers / Journals Mid-September 0$
19. Afrokanlife.com, Huffington post, l’Initiative, Québec franchises (Jacques Desforges), Métro columnist 0$
20. Create 4 electronic banners for online promotion July – August
0$
21. Socialize August 0$
22. Get known in the community and participate in activities. August 2015
-200$
-500$
23. Start writing courses and materials September 0$
24 Advertising video Late August 2015 – August 100$
25. Produce a story board video on Youtube to put on social networks Discontinued
0$
26. Beginning of the year of activities
200$
27. Set up the database for the beginning of the communications in August 2015. September – August 300$
28. Newsletter
29. Create a promotional newsletter of one to four pages and send it to a database each month November – August 200$ par annonce
30. Trade Shows 200$
31. – Visit all trade shows throughout the year and collect business cards for database development September – August 15$
32. Exchanges: services
300$
33. Exchange of services to have a booth in a trade show in exchange for promotion. September – August

5 FINANCIAL FORECASTS
5.1 Financial Statements
Project costs and financing

Project costs Financing
Start-up costs 25000$ Capital 1000$
Working capital 14000$ Credit 1 25000$
Inventory (goodwill; books) 0$ Credit 2 10000$
Equipment 2000$ Line of credit (authorized) 0$
Office supplies 0$ Grant 10000$
Marketing expenses 5000$ Other (True Love money) 0$
Leasehold improvements 0$ Down payment
Other 0$
TOTAL 46000$ TOTAL 46000$

The ultimate goal is to endow each division of the company (Inc, BEN, SEN, QBC, GAB, and CLD) with a capital of 5,000 CAD, i.e. 25,000 CAD in total. However, operationally, the relaunch of activities is done with the initial capital of 1,000 CAD, which can be used to leverage financial resources, as in the case of the consulting firm Parnasse International, which has a capital of 1,000 EUR but achieves a substantial turnover. The strategic parameter is therefore not the capital but the number of contracts, i.e. the sales with profit made from the client pipeline to be converted.

5.2. Cash budget forcasting
Notes to the Income Statement
(in Canadian dollars)

Notes to the Income Statement
Year 1 Year 2
Administrative and general expenses
Salary – SHAREHOLDER 1,200 2,400
Employee Salaries 10,800 24,000
Social charges 0 2,640
Rent (virtual domiciliation) 2,400
Commercial insurance 0 0
Taxes / registration / permits 97 0
Maintenance and repairs 0 0
Subscriptions and dues 0 0
Professional fees 550 550
Office supplies 0 0
Telecommunications 4,800 4,800
Computer and training 0 573
Other administrative expenses 1,140 1,140
20,987 37,930
Cost of sales
Salaries 6,000 12,000
Social charges 600 1,200
Commissions 0 0
Advertising / promotion / website
Vehicle / delivery costs 0
Travel and living expenses
Representation expenses 0
Other selling expenses…(social media)
8,634 15,468
Financial costs
Interest on line of credit 0 0
Interest on loan 383 0
Bank and financial charges 360 360
743 360
TOTAL operating costs 30,363 53,758

5.3. Financial Forecasting Statements
Simplified Statement of Financial Position
(in Canadian dollars)

Balance sheet
Year 1 Year 2
ASSETS
Cash 36,777 56,442
Investments 0 0
Accounts Receivable 0 0
Inventory 0 0
Prepaid expenses (see appendix) 0 0
Security deposit(s) 0 0
Total current assets 36,777 56,442
Leasehold improvements 0 0
Office furniture and equipment 0 0
Equipment and tools 0 0
Computer system 0 0
Application software 0 0
Rolling stock 0 0
Intangible assets 0 0
Total fixed assets 0 0
TOTAL ASSETS 36,777 56,442
LIABILITIES
Line of credit 0 0
Accounts payable 0 0
Income taxes payable 5,775 9,511
Current portion (of long-term debt) 0 0
Total short-term liabilities 5,775 9,511
Borrowings 0 0
Due to shareholder 6,052 6,052
Total long-term liabilities 6,052 6,052
TOTAL LIABILITIES 11,827 15,563
EQUITY
Share Capital 1,000 1,000
Grant
Retained earnings (5,669) 23,950
Profit for the period 24,619 15,929
TOTAL EQUITY 19,950 35,879
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY 31,777 51,442

 

Simplified Statement of Financial Position
(in Canadian dollars)

Income statement
Year 1 Year 2
SALES 61,200 73,800
Cost of sales
Opening inventory 0 0
Plus: Purchases for the period 0 0
Subcontracting 0 0
Less: Stocks at the end
GROSS INCOME 61,200 73,800
Operating costs
Administrative and general cost 20,987 37,930
Cost of sales 8,634 15,468
Financial costs 743 360
Total expenses 30,363 53,758
Income before depreciation and amortization 30,837 20,042
Depreciation 443 426
Operating income 30,394 19,616
Other income
Interest income 0 49
Miscellaneous revenues – grants 0 0
Total 0 49
Net income before taxes 30,394 19,665
Less: Corporate taxes (19.0%) 5,775 3,736
NET INCOME 24,619 15,929

 

Ratios
An 1 An 2
Gross profit margin 100.0% 100.0%
Net profit margin 40.2% 21.6%
Immediate liquidity ratio 5.5 5.4
Debt to equity ratio 37.2% 30.3%
Break-even point (in dollars) 30,806 54,184

6. ANALYSIS
The Diaspora (Primal Exchange Groups) in the West does not show enough solidarity with its entrepreneurs. Many initiatives and projects for the community have disappeared overnight due to lack of support through consumption or understanding. They are content to marvel at or even applaud the effort, but do not buy into it to the point of it being a selling point for the business or community project promoter. The brake here is Willing to pay and Whats in it for me.
As for their counterparts in the Perfora of the Informal (Tribal Sharing Groups) of the South, they are powerless to trade with those who share their culture apart from the low cost and low taste products and services that are made available to them by the colonial powers of the past, present and even the near future. They too are content to be proud of the achievements and accomplishments of socio-economic enterprises once they have become successful and successful. The brake here is the difficulty of access through structured purchasing power (Financial means) or the provision of infrastructure (Technological means).
It would be too demanding in resources, Energy (Money) and Time (Information), for an economic Actor or Community Leader to convert them into loyal customers in a frontal way. No one is a prophet at home. Also Ethnic Entrepreneurs must show versatility in their positioning and their sales strategy which must be dynamic, i.e. sensitive to cycles and environments.
Remember that in formal entrepreneurship (professional) the question is what to sell to customers according to their needs in a market. In ethnic entrepreneurship (semi-professional) the question is how to sell according to their state of being or Attitude. And, finally, in informal entrepreneurship (amateur) it is rather where and when to sell according to their Life ritual.
It emerges from all this that the profitable commercial strategy for Ethnic Entrepreneurs is to dare to open up to the local non-ethnic market through competition with their advantage of the Quality-Price ratio and to tie up and maintain themselves in the international ethnic market (more developed than the informal) with the advantage of the contribution of Outlets and Works. It is the double principle of the social integration and the economic relocation. The positive impact of this strategy is the progressive conversion of the informal market towards economic performance and the retroconversion, also progressive, of the formal market towards social adaptation within the framework of intra and inter-state migratory flows at the basis of ethnic entrepreneurship. Ethnicity is thus an intercultural bridge (Life; Spirit; Philosophy) favorable to more resilience in the face of financial shocks (Love; Money; Currency) and pride (Truth; Image; Feelings).
The clientele of our Economic Action according to a Strategy of Specialization (Consulting Firm; Writing and Missions) is therefore found in the Western Diaspora (Aboriginals, Anglophones, Allophones, Africans and Afro-descendants) and the clientele of our Social Engagement according to a Strategy of Diversification (Professional Profile; Training and Books) in the Perfora of the South (Indigènes), while the clientele of our Community Leadership according to a Strategy of Differentiation (Think Tank; Vision and Works of Art) is found in the Intelligentsia of the Center. That is, Montreal, Cotonou and Dakar.
The first are not afraid of the price, the second trust the tools and the third are forced to forget.
7. RISK AND CONTINGENCY ANALYSIS

Identification Probabilité Impact Stratégie de gestion
The money needed for marketing takes time to raise Medium Medium Commencer par des contrats simples tout en étant sur un régime social avec un statut d’indépendant.
There is a lot of competition in the main market for business and community projects in Montreal due to our positioning Medium High Envisager une délocalisation partielle de certaines activités par le biais de correspondants. Ou s’associer à un autre promoteur pour les apports de contrats
The sales of products (Missions, Books and Art Objects) are slow to find a public taker Medium Low Concentrer les bénéfices sur l’offre de service écrite et investir un peu plus dans la promotion et la publicité
The main positioning in business and community writing is not successful Low High Améliorer la qualité des services ou sous-traiter pour contrer certains projets à haut risque ou les attentes des clients
The Vision of the Think Tank and the results of its work are little followed or contested by the intellectual and cultural community High Low Continuer à tenir notre position et poursuivre la diffusion de notre modèle. Trouver un soutien médiatique ou pas.
The credibility of the professional profiles of the Consultants giving training based on the books of the Anthology is questioned or not recognized Low Low Analyser les cas avec un échantillon de clients et faire un sondage d’opinion pour vérifier la satisfaction. Renforcer les capacités des consultants si nécessaire. Revérifier la satisfaction

APPENDICES
I. Strategic Organization of the Homes (Ka) for the Free ECO World Vision through the portfolio of our online projects.

0. Free ECO World Vision: The Promise of the Advent of Economics into Religion and Ecology into Spirituality through the Definition of individual philosophies of Realism around a Faith of Simplicity inspired by MA’AT but reformed from Loving (of “giving and receiving” Help) to Committing (to “employing and borrowing” by Accountability).
A. The Black Kingdom Project: The Federation (Kingdom) of Socio-Economically Sovereign and Ethnoculturally Free Spaces or Strategic Homes (Ka) in BIO-Informal (Dakar), ECO-Ethnic (Montreal), NEO-Spiritual (Cotonou), EGO-Pathy (“Empathy for the Self”; Spirit), THEO-Politics (Libreville), and GEO-Cultural (Cloud).
https://theblackkingdom.org/
1. The Wisemen Council Consulting Firm and Think Tank: provides performance capacity building through project management and business engineering in the economic component of the strategic organization.

The Wisemen Council


1.1 ECO World Foundation (Economic Community Organizations): provides urban intervention project designs to be financed through Common Vision Partnerships (CVP) with VSEs, SMEs, NGOs, CSOs, and TFPs (public, private, and parapublic) under the social component of the strategic organization.

ECO World Foudation


1.2. Academy of Lean Intention: provides tutored courses in community Economics as part of an e-License (Practical Skills) under Informal Quality Label in social, ethnic, informal, and digital entrepreneurship.
https://theleanintention.com/
2. Profile Arnaud Segla Consultant Manager: provides services in business writing, website construction, management, project management (administration) and business engineering (commercialization).

Arnaud Segla


2.1. Blog Entrepreneurs Internationaux: provides a medium for disseminating information on the economic performance of the African Diaspora in the West (Ethnic) and Perfora as minority ethnic groups in the Marketplaces of the South (Informal).
https://www.entrepreneurethnik.com/
2.2 Share Wiser Community Marketplace: provides a business intelligence platform for sharing work and exchanging opportunities between Peers economic Actors (Entrepreneurs) and community Leaders (Professionals).
https://sharewisers.com/
3. Profile Arnaud Segla Author: provides monographs for the composition and enrichment within the Community Economics Body of Knowledge (Collection and Library) of the Strategic Homes.

Arnaud Segla


3.1. Blog Le Cri de la Calebasse: provides a medium for disseminating information about the ethnocultural identity of the African Diaspora in the West (Ethnic) and the Perfora as ethnic minority groups in the Marketplaces of the South (Informal).
https://lecridelacalebasse.com/
3.2. The Wise Fundings Food Bank: provides a platform for emergency funding to young (22 – 35 years old) men and women who do not have a stable socioeconomic situation (our target): Poor in Income, Precarious in Status, and Profane in Spiritually.
https://thewisefundings.com/

 

Symbolism of the illustration photo of our Vision:
If each member of our community provides an Effort in Synergy with all the Rigor of a Concurrent Strategy, each at his level, it is all Africa, and beyond the Black World and the Souths, which will know their Renaissance and their Essor through the Socioeconomic Sovereignty of their People and the Ethnocultural Freedom of their Diaspora.
Free ECO World: ECO-Animism Realism Strength of the Collective and Calm in the Drive.

 

 

 

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« Brahman, Noun, Yahvé, Allah, et Sè »
The Black Kingdom Project works for the Federation of sovereign and free homes of the Southern Peoples, the Western Diaspora, and the Central Community. The Black Kingdom is a set of resources for the Economic Actors of the Western Diaspora, Community Leaders of the Perfora of the South and Spiritual Guides of the Central Intelligentsia. It includes a series of online service projects as well as a collection of products, mainly digital books, for capacity building through self-coaching.
Models of Organization Viable for Entrepreneurship Settling (MOVES)
Free ECO World

 

Martyr de la Séparation du Futur et du passé

Quand tu fuis ton passé et le Futur vient à ta rencontre tu le prends comme un Présent dont tu tire ton unique Plaisir de Vie et de Bien Aimé sous la Fatiha du Divin face au Silence d’Autrui devant nos difficultés.

Les Sè Nés Gars Laids, ont pris une indépendance spirituelle vis à vis du Royaume des cieux en Pharaons Sorciers assumés. Le Premier fut Cheikh Baye Niass sans être Pharaon.

 

Rappel: Dieu a repris sa Main au Soccer. Diego M.

Le Titre de Pharaon a été de Retour au Sénégalais après leur Victoire â la CAF devant l’Égypte.

 

Il y a eu une Révolte Ausarienne de type Bolchévitch selon l’Auteur Kolplavitch car les classes populaire ce sont procurés les écrits des Pharaons, Homme-dieux.

 

Dans le contemporain aussi Pouvoir et Pourvoi communautaire ont fuit leur Sources par Divulgation de Secrets initiatiques de Rois et Princes.

 

Un Simple Bien Guidé doit Incarner son Livre de Vie Révélé (Gabriel), l’Interpréter (Israfil), et Composer (Mikaël), avec la Réalité pour Glorifier (Saïda Myriam, L’Étoile du Matin, Vivir la Veedah) son Seigneur (Vie, Un, Temps, Plaisir (Aya) y (Ayi) ). N.B: Le Plaisir de vivre n’est pas les Plaisirs de Vie. L’Ostentoire n’est pas l’Ostensible. Le Soleil est tel un Globule Rouge. Son Anémie Falciforme serait une Anomalie. Drépanocytose = “D. Rê pas né Ô SI Ose”.

Le Titre de Mohamed s’applique au Fils Spirituel.

 

Cessez d’Adorer les Veau d’Or parmi eux une Fois sorti de la Mort planifié dans les deux voire 2 Royaumes du Kongo (Misraël, GAB QBC), et Ethiopie (Israël, BEN SEN), mais choisie l’Expatriation Urbaine des Resort dans Réalms (CAN SON) pour ECO Sè. ECO Sè à part. Les Dons sont à Vie si Affinité avec maintenues.

 

Le Phoenix est Double (Aigle Royal Noir Bleu Blanc Impérial Rouge) Sain(t).

Le Gryphon Triple (Serpent Lion Aigles Paires) est So(u)rcié.

 

7 Ausar (MèTchéWè)

1 SuperNova Double (Co-Recteur)

Le Pulsar (King Lion Chien Roi)

 

Femme est l’Enveloppe de Lumière, Matrice, Voile, Sein, 3

 

Un Ciel Entier (Cieux et Terres) est un Système Stellaire.

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