M. Elizabeth Barton, Customer Experience
Ms. Barton brings accomplishments from such companies as Booz Allen & Hamilton and The Procter & Gamble Co., with expertise in consulting, finance, marketing and technology. In addition, she recently designed and oversaw implementation of the corporate intranet of a nationwide grocery wholesaler. Ms. Barton earned with High Honors a BA in International Studies and BS in Business Administration from the University of Missouri. She anticipates getting her MBA with Distinction in April 2000 from the University of Michigan.
Carlos R. De Jesus, Marketing
Mr. De Jesus boasts a history of achievement in marketing, operations and management, as shown by awards, sales growth and rapid advancement at Frito Lay, Co. prior to his return to school. In addition, he recently led the development and execution at The Procter & Gamble Co. of an e-commerce program. Mr. De Jesus earned a BS in Business Administration from Florida State University. He anticipates getting his MBA with High Distinction in April 2000 from the University of Michigan.
Adam W. Farkas, MD, Technology
From founding his own dial-up internet service to leading the American Medical Student Association Task Force on Computers in Medicine, Dr. Farkas brings both depth and breadth of technology-related experience to his role. Most recently he formulated on behalf of Cerner Corporation a strategic plan for a line of internet-based consumer healthcare software products. Dr. Farkas earned a BS in Psychobiology (summa cum laude) from SUNY Binghamton and an MD from the University of Michigan. He anticipates getting his MBA with Distinction in April 2000 from the University of Michigan.
Ricardo Fernandez, Business Development
Mr. Fernandez has won numerous awards and received regular advancement throughout his career. While managing financial analysis and reporting for the E-commerce Department at Citibank Universal Card Services, he coordinated the development of business cases for internet-related investments. In addition, he recentiy helped KeyBank U.S.A realize $2 million in annual savings through improved processes in their loan operations. Mr. Fernandez earned from the University of Florida a BS in Finance and Economics with Highest Honors. He anticipates getting his MBA with High Distinction in April 2000 from the University of Michigan.
SanaSana comprises a B2B2C solution that provides an efficient, mutually beneficial partnership between Hispanic consumers of health care and the businesses-payers, providers and suppliers of health services and non-health related companies alike-which would like to serve them. Once established in the U.S., SanaSana will expand abroad, where native Spanish-speakers desire access to medical knowledge. Our concept stems from our founders' realization of five marketplace trends:
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The management team consists of friends who share one another's dreams and passions to drive SanaSana forward. For instance, Carlos De Jesus, Ricardo Fernandez, and Brian Khoury are Hispanic and see SanaSana as a way to give back to their community. Adam Farkas and Hyung Kim are physicians and see SanaSana as a way to extend their impact with an under-served, important population. Combined, the founders have over 50 years of direct experience in general management, e-commerce, finance, marketing, medicine, and operations. Each also stands poised to earn an MBA with Distinction from the University of Michigan Business School. In addition, the strength of the team gains fortifications from its working well together and commitment to bringing SanaSana to fruition.
|(In thousands)||Startup||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Product Development Services||$0||$3,663||$5,598||$8,192||$12,267||$17,808|
|Research Studies & Commerce||$0||$1,265||$2,619||$4,455||$7,201||$12,237|
|INFLATED EBT (3% per year)||($1,922)||($9,110)||($1,622)||$2,296||$11,731||$28,637|
|Taxes (Assumes 35% tax rate)||($673)||($3,188)||($568)||$804||$4,106||$10,023|
In order to launch SanaSana, we are seeking a first round investment of $2 Million, which will allow SanaSana to continue through the first 4 months of operations.
SanaSana faces certain risks inherent to e-business in general and Health care in particular.Financial Risks. Our quarterly revenues and operating results are difficult to predict and may fluctuate significantly from quarter to quarter as a result of a variety of factors. Among these factors are:
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|Table of Contents||Appendices|
0. Executive Summary|
1. Business Description
2. Market Analysis
3. Management Team
4. Operating Strategies
5. Financial Projections
6. Business Risks
Future Business Offerings
Internet Usage and Penetration
Technical Infrastructure Implementation
Detailed Financial Statements
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