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1 www.ormita.com RECOVERING FULL VALUE From unsold products and/or time

2 THE CURRENT SITUATION

3 There are not enough customers (with money) to go around Liquidity is still an issue for many businesses Market competition created by a lack of customers can cause overall price reduction There is pressure from those with lower labour and material costs Few of us have cash to invest in the future … (even if we really wanted to) Business Today

4 6 TRILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF UNSOLD GOODS AND SERVICES IS WASTED EVERY DAY

5 GETTING RETURNS FROM EXCESS CAPACITY

6 70% of all fortune 500 companies 2 Eight out of ten media companies 3 65% of all New York Stock Exchange listed firms 4 More than 129 governments 5 Nearly 400,000 businesses in the USA 6 $6 billion USD value each year in Switzerland 7 18% of the Argentina economy in 1995 8 Most start-ups boot-strap themselves with barter Frequent-flyer points More than 30% of all global trade, is non-cash, including: 1 1. (2004)., Department of Commerce Fact Sheet. USA DOC. 2. Schmiddgall, R.S., Damitio, J.W. (1999)., Bartering activities of the Fortune 500 and hospitality lodging firms., International Journal of Hospitality Management 3. American Association of Advertising Agencies. (2003). 4. (2004)., Annual Report, National Association of Trade Exchanges. Fact Sheet, International Reciprocal Trade Association. 5. United Nations Commission on International Trade Law. Vol XIX. (Yearbook). A/CN.9/302 6. Stodder, J. (2007)., Residual Barter Networks and Macro-Economic Stability. Renselaer Polytechnic Institute at Hartford, Hartford CT. 7. Studer, T (1998)., WIR and the Swiss National Economy 8. Pearson, R. (2003)., Argentina's Barter Network: New Currency for New Times., Bulletin of Latin American Research

7 What the Media Says …

8 Advertising & Media Essential Goods & Services Fixed Assets Gifts & Rewards Healthcare Investments Products & Services Travel & Entertainment Wholesale Commodity Items * What If Your Excess Capacity Could Purchase … * Available to qualified corporate traders and governmental customers only ?

9 Reduces existing cash outlay Buying using your own goods or services as payment is a lower-cost option than purchasing using cash Helps expand (or maintain) market share Increase sales Sidesteps liquidity problems Cleans up bad debt situations Offers interest-free credit Credit is based on unsold capacity versus cash credit which is based on pre-sold capacity Creating Value from Under- performing Assets

10 THIS IS A FORM OF BARTER BUT IT IS NOT DIRECT BARTER

11 1.You do not need to buy directly from the person you are selling to 2.You can buy from any member of our network 3.Goods and services are priced the same as cash

12 HOW CAPACITY EXCHANGE WORKS

13 1.Ormita will never devalue your current cash market 2.Ormita will only offer your service for exchange into markets where it does not currently exist and/or where there is low brand awareness 3.Customers who acquire your product or service through exchange are more likely to give positive feedback 4.The cost for you to service an additional customer may be nominal versus what you gain in return Basic Principles:

14 Retail Shop Radio Station Hotel Manufacturer Hospital Accounting Firm Your business Direct exchange is not necessary

15 Retail Shop Radio Station Hotel Manufacturer Hospital Accounting Firm Your business You wish to buy from these companies

16 Retail Shop Radio Station Hotel Manufacturer Hospital Accounting Firm These people could buy from others in the network Your business

17 Retail Shop Radio Station Hotel Manufacturer Hospital Accounting Firm Your business These businesses could buy from you

18 Retail Shop Radio Station Hotel Manufacturer Hospital Accounting Firm Your business To make the transactions work this needs to happen

19 When you sell your account is credited (for the same value as if you sold your spare time / capacity for cash) $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Made sale worth $3,000

20 When you buy your account is debited (for the same value as if you purchased using cash) $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Made purchase worth $2,500 -$1,000 -$2,000

21 Accounts balance over a period of time (you do not buy and sell at the same time) $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 -$1,000 -$2,000 Balance left in account = $500

22 Transactions are recorded in a central ledger (like a bank statement)

23 Sources new customers for you Records the value of each transaction when it takes place Acts as a third-party to mediate between delivery of goods and services Finds alternative (non-cash) suppliers for you to make purchases from Ormita :

24 1.Ormita customers do not replace existing cash customers 2.Ormita brings new you only new customers 3.These customers generate new revenue 4.Your businesses uses this revenue to pay for: - advertising - existing fixed costs - brand development - business expansion - new acquisitions - business investments Generating New Revenue

25 WHAT CAPACITIES CAN BE TRADED?

26 ADVERTISING - Ad Specialty - Billboards - Blimps - Coupons - Direct Mail / Flyers - Fax Broadcasting - Internet Advertising - Magazine - Messages on Hold - Newsletters - Newspaper - PR Management - Printing - Radio - Sidewalk - Signage - Telemarketing - Television - Trade Show Exhibits - Videos ADVERTISING SPECIALTY - Audio Visual Prod - Graphic Design - Desktop Publishing - Engraving - Silk-screening - Film Separation - Photography - Printing - Publishing - Recording Studio - Web Page Design AMENITIES - Awnings - Building Inspection - Building Maintenance - Electricians - Elevator Maintenance - Engineering - Equipment Rental - Gardening - Gas Installation - Gas Repairs and Maintenance - General Contractors - Glass & Mirror Installation - Glass Tinting - Grading & Excavation - Heating Repairs and Maintenance - Hot Water Repairs & Maintenance - Landscaping - Light Fittings & bulbs - Locksmiths - Painting & Decorating - Parking Lot Maintenance - Pest Control - Plumbing Repairs & Maintenance - Roofing - Snow Removal - Tree Removal & Trimming - Ventilation - Window Cleaning - Window Tinting AUTOMOTIVE - Air Conditioning - Brakes - Detailing - Glass Repair - Muffler and Exhaust - Painting - Parts and Accessories - Repair and Maintenance - Stereo and Alarm - Tires - Towing - Transmission Repair - Truck Lease - Truck Purchase - Warrants / Permits - Window Tinting - Vehicle Lease - Vehicle Purchase COMMUNICATIONS - Line Rental - Long Distance Services - PABX Purchase/Upgrade - PABX Rental - Telephone Answering - Telephone on Hold - Telephone Repair - VOIP Solutions

27 COMPUTERS & NETWORKING - Audit - Computer Cabling - Computer Hardware - Computer Repair - Consulting - Hardware - Internet Access - Network Installation - Network Maintenance - Network Monitoring - Network Support - Printer Repair - Printer Toner - Security - Software - Training - Website Design - Website Hosting CONSULTANTS - Communications - Food - Health - Human Resources - Market Research - PR & Marketing - Sales - Special Events - Training EMPLOYEE HEALTH - Addiction Recovery - Chiropractors - Dentist - General Practitioners - Massage Therapy - Optometry - Orthodontist - Psychiatry - Surgery EQUIPMENT - Art & Art Hire - Books - Computers - Electronic Equipment - Equipment Lease - Equipment Repair - Food Handling Equipment - Furniture - Indoor Plant Rentals - Machinery - Medical Equipment & Supplies - Mining Machinery - Office Furniture - POS Equipment - Shelving - Specialist Products - Stationery Supplies HUMAN RESOURCES - Catering - Data Entry - Employee Testing - Employee Training - Employment Recruiting - First Aid - HR Consulting - Newsletters - Secretarial Services - Seminars & Trade Shows - Temporary Services - Trophies & Awards OFFICE SERVICES - Carpentry - Carpet Cleaning - Cleaning Supplies - Drapery Cleaning - Dry Cleaning - Furniture Cleaning - Janitorial Services - Repairs and Maintenance - Upholstery Cleaning

28 POSTAGE & FREIGHT - Air Freight - Bulk Mailing - Container Hire - Container Storage - Couriers (Local) - Envelopes - Freight Logistics Management - Freight Storage - International Freight - Long Distance Freight - Mail Handing Equipment - Mail Handling Supplies - Moving Service - Offsite Storage - Packaging Services - Packaging Materials - Pallets - Rail Freight - Sea Freight / Containers - Truck Rental PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - Accounting & Audit - Customers / Freight Brokers - Financial Planning - Legal Professionals - Management Consultants - Security Specialists - Taxation Specialists - Telecommunications Consultants - Translation TRAVEL - Air Fares - Airport Transfers - Backpacker / Hostels - Car Rentals - Conference Rooms - Hotels - Interpreters - Long Term Corporate Suites - Luggage - Restaurants - Taxi Fares OTHERS - Equipment Rental - Food Items - Furnishings - Imported Goods - Machinery - Minerals - Office Rental - Raw Materials - Real Estate - Tools SECURITY - Alarm Installation & Monitoring - Fire Audit & Control Systems - Investigations - Security Audit and Equipment - Security Patrols STATIONARY - Binding Equipment - Binding Supplies - Cleaning Products - Coffee & Beverages - Filing Materials - Lamination - Office Misc. - Office Supplies - Paper Supplies Pens / Pencils Photocopy Services Printing Water Coolers Water Filters … and much more

29 WHO IS ORMITA ?

30 > Multilateral Barter > Tolling > Counter-purchase > Offsets > Switch Trading > Compensation / Buyback > Venture Capital COMPANY SNAPSHOT Founded in 2001 as a financial services software provider Currently the world's largest non-cash (barter) trade house in based on annualised figures as of Dec, 31 2011 Operations across 17 countries (2011) Expanding to 21 countries (2012) Customers in 54 countries MARKET ACTIVITY MARKET SEGMENTS BY VOLUME

31 Jun 1998Jul 2001Feb 2002Oct 2009Jun 2007 Sept 2008 Dec 2011 OUR HISTORY Business Internet Services Ltd partners with ITEX barter exchange in New Zealand ITEX quits New Zealand. BIS directors start developing financia lservices application software Incorporated as XO Limited, the company begins to take on customers Owners sell assets of XO Limited and begin to acquire independent barter exchanges Owners sell assets of XO Limited and begin to acquire independent barter exchanges for rebranding under the name Ormita Ormita brand now operating in 6 countries UK Government publishes report on alternative financial instruments and barter, citing Ormita as the worlds largest global exchange network

32 BUSINESS GROWTH GLOBAL TRADE VOLUME (millions of U.S. dollars) NATIONAL OFFICES

33 People & Facilities

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