Vision Statement for PES Network, Phase II
The following vision statement was unanimously approved as a working
document on March 26, 2012 by Sterling D. Allan, CEO; Richard P. George; Raymond D. Jennings, III - Attorney, Legal Business Expert;
Chip Paul - Business Vetting, Human Relations; Dimitri Villard - Accredited Investor Advisor
By Sterling D. Allan
March 25, 2012
Since incorporating in 2004, PES Network has primarily been a news and directory service with some networking going on, but networking has not really been a focus or a prime directive.
Now, we feel like the industry has matured enough, and several promising technologies are close enough to making it to market that it makes sense to start getting very aggressive about the
networking aspect, to help match up technologies with professional services, financing, licensees, and customers.
We would like to become an incubation agent for the technologies, to make the match-ups needed to bring the technology successfully to market as rapidly and effectively as possible.
So people will come to PES to sign up in one of these capacities, and PES will then help vet these sign-ups, to provide better matches for the technologies.
We will be focusing on just the top breakthrough exotic free energy
technologies, which are the most promising, taking into consideration criteria such as: availability, affordability, environmental impact, sustainability, reliability, scalability, and safety.
While we are looking for people who provide professional services such as validating a technology, engineering for production, incorporating a new company, beta testing, designing roll-out strategy, writing business plans, drawing up and filing patents, and building websites; we will especially be interested to locate people and companies who are able to provide these services on an
if-come basis. In other words, they will be investing their professional service instead of investing money; with an agreement that if and when the technology becomes successful, then they will share financially in that success. Ideally, by having most if not all of these professional services provided in this manner, the amount of start-up capital required will be reduced dramatically. And having a vested interest in the outcome of the project, the professional services will be more motivated to do a good job.
We will also be setting up a network of potential licensees around the world, pre-screening these and pre-organizing them, so that when a suitable technology is ready to be licensed, that step will have already been largely done. They will be scrutinized for things such as
- territory desired/options
- financial ability/experience
- manufacturing ability/experience (case)
- assembly ability/experience
- marketing ability/experience
- distribution ability/experience
- survey ability/experience (to determine if a customer needs 1, 2, 3, etc units)
- servicing ability/experience
- general philosophy of team
Most of these licensees would also be good candidates to perform beta testing of emerging technologies, prior to licensing.
We will also be collecting a listing of potential customers, including those able to deploy quietly at first, to help give time for the technology to grow in strength and data accumulation prior to becoming publicly known.
PES will also accept applications for volunteer positions assisting with the development of our network, with the hope and expectation that most of these positions can eventually be financially rewarded, commensurate with the services provided.
Some of the revenue sources for PES for administering this will include:
- Sign-up fees for getting in the database (people will understand there are admin costs)
- Advertising on the website
- Direct investment in PES Network
- Finders fees for matching up professional services, financing, licensees
- Commission from sales
Because most of these match-up tasks are catalytic in nature, the core of the work being done by the parties being matched up, the administrative task shouldn't be very financially intensive.
We see these technologies as being able to not only bring customers affordable, clean power, but also to create many jobs worldwide, as well as hope for a better world. By building this network, we can speed up that process.
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Page Posted March 27, 2012 by Sterling D. Allan