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Posted by: Planter May 5 2009, 08:03 PM

Hello friends,

I am Puvan Balakrishna and i have a business proposal for you. I will make it very short and very clear with as much detail as possible. I have a business plan, which is to develop a group of small units of plantation farms in Negeri Sembilan,Malaysia to fullfill local demand for vegetables. The vegetables that we are talking about is those high priced vegetables per kilo. We believe that we have a very good money making opportunity in this rather "unexploited field".

Our idea is very simple. Its a YIWM concept, which i came up with. Its a very simple concept. YIWM stands for, You Invest We Manage concept. That means, you invest, you own the plantation farm, but we manage from setting the farm up, providing labor, managing the plants from daily taking care of it until fertilizer and pesticides. In the end, we sell those vegetables to our line of vegetable distributors. That means, you dont do any work, but only to invest and we manage the farm totally for you. We will even look for lands that is suitable to work with if you do not own a land. But right now, we are only looking at opportunities to develop lands in Negeri Sembilan due to transportation reasons and cost. Instead of only setting the farm up, we are going the extra mile of taking care of it and selling the products ourselves for you so that you dont even have to do a work.

If you are far from Malaysia, you can still invest because we will take care of everything for you. We tackle the hard labors and you provide the investment.

So whats in for us?

Its very simple. Profit sharing. You take 80% and i take 20% of the yearly net profit. It sounds reasonable. Plus, we have a constant supply of income and vegetables to fullfill our local demand. That is the main reason why we are managing it for you. To sustain the income and supply.

How much to invest?

That will be up to you. This idea just came up to me 2 days ago, so i made a proposal in excel format for plantation of 5,000 chilly trees. Its a profit vs loss table and informations. It will cost USD15,000 - USD20,000 to develop 2 to 3 acres of agricultural farm for 5,000 trees. Maybe lesser than that depending on the location of land and the land itself.

For those of you interested in this Agriculture business or want to have a look at the proposal, you can email to me and i will sent it to you via email;

puvan.balakrishna@gmail.com

Thanks,
Puvan Balakrishna

Posted by: wealth2wealth Jun 29 2009, 01:47 AM

QUOTE (Planter @ May 6 2009, 05:03 AM) *
Hello friends,

I am Puvan Balakrishna and i have a business proposal for you. I will make it very short and very clear with as much detail as possible. I have a business plan, which is to develop a group of small units of plantation farms in Negeri Sembilan,Malaysia to fullfill local demand for vegetables. The vegetables that we are talking about is those high priced vegetables per kilo. We believe that we have a very good money making opportunity in this rather "unexploited field".

Our idea is very simple. Its a YIWM concept, which i came up with. Its a very simple concept. YIWM stands for, You Invest We Manage concept. That means, you invest, you own the plantation farm, but we manage from setting the farm up, providing labor, managing the plants from daily taking care of it until fertilizer and pesticides. In the end, we sell those vegetables to our line of vegetable distributors. That means, you dont do any work, but only to invest and we manage the farm totally for you. We will even look for lands that is suitable to work with if you do not own a land. But right now, we are only looking at opportunities to develop lands in Negeri Sembilan due to transportation reasons and cost. Instead of only setting the farm up, we are going the extra mile of taking care of it and selling the products ourselves for you so that you dont even have to do a work.

If you are far from Malaysia, you can still invest because we will take care of everything for you. We tackle the hard labors and you provide the investment.

So whats in for us?

Its very simple. Profit sharing. You take 80% and i take 20% of the yearly net profit. It sounds reasonable. Plus, we have a constant supply of income and vegetables to fullfill our local demand. That is the main reason why we are managing it for you. To sustain the income and supply.

How much to invest?

That will be up to you. This idea just came up to me 2 days ago, so i made a proposal in excel format for plantation of 5,000 chilly trees. Its a profit vs loss table and informations. It will cost USD15,000 - USD20,000 to develop 2 to 3 acres of agricultural farm for 5,000 trees. Maybe lesser than that depending on the location of land and the land itself.

For those of you interested in this Agriculture business or want to have a look at the proposal, you can email to me and i will sent it to you via email;

puvan.balakrishna@gmail.com

Thanks,
Puvan Balakrishna


Dear sir
I am interested can you please give me more infos by email: toniskoo@hotmail.com?

Posted by: Planter Jul 15 2009, 07:04 PM

QUOTE (wealth2wealth @ Jun 29 2009, 02:47 AM) *
Dear sir
I am interested can you please give me more infos by email: toniskoo@hotmail.com?


Hi sir,
i tried emailling you but the mail doesnt seem to go through. Do you have any other email?

Posted by: wealth2wealth Jul 17 2009, 12:46 AM

QUOTE (Planter @ Jul 16 2009, 05:04 AM) *
Hi sir,
i tried emailling you but the mail doesnt seem to go through. Do you have any other email?


here is another email:
wealth2wealth@yahoo.com

Posted by: Planter Jul 19 2009, 06:30 PM

QUOTE (wealth2wealth @ Jul 17 2009, 12:46 AM) *
here is another email:
wealth2wealth@yahoo.com


I just re-sent the email to this email. Please have a look and let me know.

Puvan

Posted by: wealth2wealth May 5 2010, 08:27 AM

QUOTE (Planter @ Jul 20 2009, 03:30 AM) *
I just re-sent the email to this email. Please have a look and let me know.

Puvan

i am still waiting for your email

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