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Wi-Fly San Leandro DECA Chapter Presented by: Tiffany Asuncion Trend with a purpose.
Mission Statement Wi-Fly’s mission is to enhance efficiency in the lives of customers, one accessory at a time.
The Basics What accessory? ● Chic, sturdy bracelets and watches ● Portable Wi-Fi hotspot ● Rechargeable batteries Business Profile ● Manufacturing retailer ● Partnership
The Opportunities ● Satisfies growing trend ● Use social networks for promotion ● Power to the customer o High utility and efficiency
Target Market and Location ● Users of social networking sites ● Ages ● Based in San Leandro, CA ● Market to Bay Area customers ● ideal customer profile
Trend and Differentiation ● More, more, more! ● Mack Ellis’ WiFi Bracelet ● Trend- 61%-80%-30% Demographic ● Useful for technologic lifestyle
Trend and Differentiation
Potential ● Reach ● Growth ● Earning o 600 units (50 units per month), $200 each “Nowhere to go, but up.”
Request for Financing ● $50,000 ($42,000 to make 600, $70 each) ● Bank loans, possible investors ● Personal savings
Social Responsibility Future Plans ● Donate 5% of profits
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