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2 Exchange* point with profitable way to use bonuses of any loyalty program over the world. This presentation uses airlines as the most common example of bonus-issuer. *to sell, to buy, to change, to spend, to earn, to …

3 We buy miles both from airlines and users and sell these miles to other users. We change miles of different airlines to each other and get commission for transaction. WHAT DO WE DO

4 Miles of different airlines can be combined. WHY DOES USER WANT THIS

5 It’s easy and profitable to spend earned miles. WHY DOES USER WANT THIS

6 User has all his airlines’ cards in one place. WHY DOES USER WANT THIS

7 It’s easy to join a new loyalty program. WHY DOES USER WANT THIS

8 We pay them for miles and revenue-share; Amount of unredeemable miles will be decreased; More members for loyalty program. WHY DO AIRLINES WANT THIS

9 There are not financial risks; We create a legal market of miles; Convertibility of miles makes a loyalty program more interesting for a customer. WHY ELSE DO AIRLINES WANT THIS

10 Price difference between purchases and sales; Commission for every transaction. HOW DO WE EARN MONEY

11 Fee for small airlines. HOW DO WE EARN MONEY

12 USA, 2012: 2650 MM memberships 1 Canada, 2012:120 MM memberships 2. (airlines, hotels, financial services, retail, travel, gaming, entertainment, dining, etc.) MARKET REVIEW, NA 1 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US] 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US] 2 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [Canada] 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [Canada]

13 371,2 MM memberships in 2012; +14% in 2010-2012; In average, 44% (163,3 MM) of memberships are active. MARKET REVIEW 1, USA, AIRLINES 1 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US] 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US]

14 500 welcome-miles are usually provided by airlines; 0,01 USD/mile is the regular price for informal market and for airlines’ web-sites Minimal market value: 100,3 MM USD 163,3 MM (active memberships) / 1,14 (2010-2012 growth) * 500 (welcome-miles) * 0,01 USD/mile MARKET REVIEW 1, USA, AIRLINES 1 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US] 2013 COLLOQUY Loyalty Census [US]

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16 Seed: 150k EUR (aim: beta-version); Round A: 1,2 MM EUR (aim: launch); Round B: ±2,1 MM EUR (aim: turn-over 15 MM miles/month); Round C: ±3,7MM EUR (aim: non-loose level in Y2019). INVESTMENT PLAN

17 Q4Y2014: 150k EUR (aim: beta-version); Q2Y2015: 1,2 MM EUR (aim: launch); Q2Y2016: ±2,1 MM EUR (aim: turn-over 15 MM miles/month); Q2Y2017: ±3,7 MM EUR (aim: non-loose level in Y2019). INVESTMENT CALENDAR

18 Oleg Chanchikov +358 40 140 76 11 oleg@bonus-x.com CONTACTS Paul Katurov +382 69 49 56 03 katurov@bonus-x.com


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