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Firm Overview

July 1, 2013

Introduction Our Firm Services Strategic Advisory

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Partnerships Our Network Biographies Contact Us

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A Non-Profit Promoting Youth Entrepreneurship
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45%

of students grades 5-12 say that they want to start their own businesses. (Gallup)

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The current lack of readily accessible resources for youth entrepreneurs makes starting and sustaining a business extremely challenging.

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Our Firm
‣  Founded and operated by youth entrepreneurs aiming to address a longtime market need ‣  National firm with a local focus ‣  Deal professionals trained to conduct due diligence and perform strategic advisory services ‣  Years of past business and political experience

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Services
Consulting & Strategic Advisory Partnerships with Public Institutions National Youth Entrepreneur Network

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Consulting & Strategic Advisory
Five-step engagement process
Initial Meeting Discuss client’s needs and how NEA can add value. Due Diligence Review client financials and other key information. Post-Engagement Retainer NEA will remain on retainer for the client for a period following the engagement to address any follow-up needs.

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NDA & Engagement Client and NEA sign engagement and all information is agreed to be confidential.

Recommendations Create and implement action items tailored to client’s needs.

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Partnerships with Public Institutions
School districts and other governmental bodies Phase 1
‣  Form strategic partnerships with school districts and local governing bodies ‣  Jointly develop and sponsor programs promoting youth entrepreneurship

Phase 2
‣  Serve as a strategic advisor to new youth ventures ‣  Establish a grassroots youth entrepreneur network that functions as a node of a larger nationwide support network

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National Youth Entrepreneur Network
Establishing the first expansive network to encourage innovation and collaboration

Venture A (East Coast)

Venture B Innovation (West Coast)

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Biographies
Alan Xie Managing Director

Alan Xie currently serves as an investment banking summer analyst at Ewing Bemiss & Co. He is a rising sophomore at Harvard University concentrating in Economics. Prior to entering finance, Alan served two terms as an elected member of the Montgomery County Board of Education, where he managed a $2.2 billion operating budget and $1.4 billion Capital Improvements Program in a school system with 22,000 employees and 150,000 students.

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Contact Us
Alan Xie Managing Director
alan.x@nationalentrepreneur.me 301.385.1671

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