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Sample Business Plan

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Learning Systems, Inc. (LSI) - Business Plan - CONFIDENTIAL – NOV. 2001
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LEARNING SYSTEMS, INC
BUSINESS PLAN
Volume 1Confidential
 
Learning Systems, Inc. (LSI) - Business Plan - CONFIDENTIAL – NOV. 2001
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Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary..........................................................................................................................................................31.1 Objectives.......................................................................................................................................................................31.2 Mission ...........................................................................................................................................................................41.3
Keys to Success 
.............................................................................................................................................................42. Company Summary..........................................................................................................................................................52.1. First Year Budget Summary...........................................................................................................................................53. Products............................................................................................................................................................................73.1 E-learning private label course products:........................................................................................................................73.2 E-Train-the-Trainer™......................................................................................................................................................73.3 Other Products................................................................................................................................................................73.4 Product Description.........................................................................................................................................................73.5 Competitive Comparison.................................................................................................................................................83.6 CAM Content..................................................................................................................................................................84 Technology......................................................................................................................................................................104.1 Content Delivery System..............................................................................................................................................104.10 High-Availability Systems............................................................................................................................................114.11 Future Products..........................................................................................................................................................114.2 System Architecture......................................................................................................................................................104.3 Course Enrollment Options...........................................................................................................................................104.4 Tracking and Reporting System....................................................................................................................................104.5 Course Tutoring............................................................................................................................................................104.6 Collaboration Tools.......................................................................................................................................................114.7 Testing and Assessment...............................................................................................................................................114.8 Full Integration with Corporate Infrastructures..............................................................................................................114.9 Scalable Architecture....................................................................................................................................................115. Market Analysis Summary..............................................................................................................................................125.1 Market Segmentation....................................................................................................................................................145.2 Market Needs & Trends................................................................................................................................................146. Business Model...............................................................................................................................................................156.1 Key elements of the strategy........................................................................................................................................166.1 Strategy.........................................................................................................................................................................166.2 Competitive Edge..........................................................................................................................................................166.3 Website Strategy...........................................................................................................................................................166.4 Sales Forecast..............................................................................................................................................................177. Management Summary...................................................................................................................................................187.1 Organizational Structure...............................................................................................................................................187.2 Management Team Gaps.............................................................................................................................................187.3 Personnel Plan..............................................................................................................................................................188. Financial Plan.................................................................................................................................................................208.1 Important Assumptions.................................................................................................................................................208.1.1 General Assumptions.................................................................................................................................................208.2. Exit Strategy and Financing.........................................................................................................................................218.3 Projected Profit and Loss..............................................................................................................................................22
 
Learning Systems, Inc. (LSI) - Business Plan - CONFIDENTIAL – NOV. 2001
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1.
 
Executive Summary
Learning Systems Inc. (LSI) is the largest online educational provider on complementary alternativemedicine (“CAM”) and Bible content.Its rich market niche, characterized by corporate clients with large budgets, significant training needs andreceptiveness to new technology, include Healthcare Providers, Academic institutions, Multilevel NetworkMarketing and Manufacturing Companies, Alternative Health Industries, Christian Seminaries and Clergy.LSI delivers its unique CAM content via Internet-based courses on CLEGA University™, its full-service,centrally hosted, scalable remote proprietary virtual campus.Its leadership position is based upon one of the largest CAM and Bible content library ever assembled.Developed by the Founders over a period of 22 years of research, the library includes over 180,000proprietary abstracts, 704 disease monographs, 71 trace mineral and 22 amino acid monographs, 500Nutritional/Herbal Therapeutic Remedy Monographs and 1100 Bible study courses. Founders themselvescollectively have over 54 years experience in creating courses and books for the CAM market.Modern technology has made possible to gather and present this information economically and efficientlyand LSI is leading the effort to marry technology and information dissemination through three strategictechnology alliances which allow to register, enroll, teach, test, grade and certify distance learners in aseamless fashion.LSI is focusing its resources in the CAM and Bible e-learning business. E-learning is in fact the fastest-growing and most promising market in the education industry and corporate e-learning is expected to top $7billion by 2002, according to WR Hambrecht & Co..By continuously developing and expanding its CAM and Bible database, relentlessly streamlining theprocess of delivering content and widening the range and variety of its e-learning educational products, LSIintends to maintain and strengthen its leadership position in this lucrative market niche while creatingsignificant B2B and e-commerce opportunities.Exploiting the latter to their fullest potential is a natural evolution for LSI: “E-Train-the Trainer” revenues,portal development revenues, e-mail marketing fees , royalty/commissions on sales (vitamins, herbs, skincare products, DVDs & video, magazines, newsletters, religious books) will provide a significantcomplementary revenue stream for the company that will increase market share, promote name recognition,and maximize efficiency.
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Objectives
1.1.1. E-learning courses tuition revenues: $36 million in 2002, $60 million in 2003, $105million in 2004, corresponding, respectively, to an average of 6000 , 10,000, 17,000 clientspaying at least $ 500 dollars per month for 12 months.1.1.2. Valuation, as measured in ability to bring in additional investment at economicallyfeasible valuations. LSI needs to attract $3 million immediately, and an additional $3 million ina follow-up second round in 2002, with valuation performance that yields attractive internal rateof return (IRR) to investors. The financial section indicates IRR of more than 150%.1.1.3. Acquisition or Initial public offering (IPO) in 2004, with a valuation of about $35million. This assumes of course the market valuations based on LSI’s sales and earnings,which have been kept purposely conservative as this plan is written.

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