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OfferSavvy Pitch Deck Oct 2014

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OfferSavvy is a tech startup that provides awesome software tools that help small businesses and online retailers increase traffic, engagement, conversions, and sales both On-site and Offsite. Our OfferSavvy.com marketplace is currently in live beta, and allows people to easily share their inventory with our community of users, driving new and qualified traffic. Our first B2B tool, called SavvyFeed, which is a simple tool for moderating and aggregating user generated social media content into your website, will launch next month at Techweek LA Launch competition and expo in Santa Monica, CA.

OfferSavvy is a tech startup that provides awesome software tools that help small businesses and online retailers increase traffic, engagement, conversions, and sales both On-site and Offsite. Our OfferSavvy.com marketplace is currently in live beta, and allows people to easily share their inventory with our community of users, driving new and qualified traffic. Our first B2B tool, called SavvyFeed, which is a simple tool for moderating and aggregating user generated social media content into your website, will launch next month at Techweek LA Launch competition and expo in Santa Monica, CA.

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  1. 1. shopping evolved. TM A Social Commerce Marketplace Discover. Collect. Socialize. Shop & Earn. Contents Private & Confidential – Social Rewards Network, Inc., 2013/14
  2. 2. This presentation is being furnished to you on a confidential basis and may not be reproduced or distributed without the prior written consent of Social Rewards Network, Inc. This presentation includes plans that the founders and management of Social Rewards Network, Inc. (the “Company”) have created to develop the business and technology of the Company over the next several years. The Company cannot and does not represent or warrant that its plans, future technology, sales or profits as discussed and projected in this presentation or our business plan will develop or occur as projected here. As with any business plan, ours is a work in progress and is subject to revision at any time, without notice to anyone viewing this presentation, based on market conditions, changes in technology, the actions of competitors, vendors and customers and numerous other events and conditions, many of which are outside the control of the Company and its management. This presentation is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of the Company.
  3. 3. Disrupting current ecommerce & emarketing models with data, economics and "social" innovation Strong and experienced team in place Initial seed funding bootstrapped in excess of $800,000 for concept/platform development & launch $1T+ addressable market with growing demand Forecast to achieve profitability 2015 Peak incremental funding needs estimated at $3.250MM Multiple potential exit strategies
  4. 4. Apps / Tools / Services On-Site Enables social engagement where shopping is occurring Retain consumer attention Potential to influence final purchase Leverage fan base On-Site tools developed to create merchant direct channel that will both drive marketplace success and accelerate path to revenues & value Marketplace Off-Site Enables shopping where social engagement is occurring Attract consumer attention Influence product discovery process & ZMOT b4 purchase Leverage fan base Off-Site social marketplace to create product discovery communities for engagement and customer acquisition channel for merchants Parallel efforts to speed time to revenue and ability to innovate with market requirements
  5. 5. E-commerce 1.0: The web store Digital analog of the strip mall: Impersonal Isolated Fragmented Utilitarian Merchant-driven experience E-commerce 3.0: The OfferSavvy Marketplace Digital analog of festivals and markets: Social Connected Co-created Personalized Energizing Consumer-driven experience
  6. 6. 634 million est. websites worldwide Consumers spend $1.1 trillion worldwide Advertisers spend $62 billion in the US alone connecting the dots and $330 billion in the US alone 2.4 billion online worldwide 1.7 billion people active in social networks
  7. 7. Content The OfferSavvy Opportunity Commerce Advertising Social Socially engaging… Relevant to your needs… Fun to do… and Personalized
  8. 8. Private, Invitation Only and Public Circles & Collections Consumers: Holiday Wish Lists Special Events Shopping with Friends Big Date Ideas Big Trip Favorite Hobbies Merchants: Flash Sales Special Offer Collections Customer Engagement Differentiated Loyalty Sales
  9. 9. “Productize” embed technology to offer app services on hosted ecommerce platforms Strong market validation for product demand Social media curation Product feed to OfferSavvy Social threads On-site product collections Shopify, Wix & Magento all support app marketplaces TintUp running at 500 downloads per day on Wix w/$290k monthly billing CouponPop promotion tool has 50k installs in Shopify w/$500k monthly billing Mutually reinforcing model for providing both on-site tools and off-site marketplace Enhance depth and breadth of catalog Promote merchant engagement Improve visibility to consumers and merchants alike Utilizing technology investment for multiple potential revenue streams
  10. 10. “Competition generally designed as “digital closets” and wish lists, with true social interactivity, and frequently commerce, as an after thought.” Company OfferSavvy Wish Fab Wanelo Fancy OpenSky Pinterest Centricity Social, Style & Shopping Collections Style Shopping Style Shopping Style Shopping Style Shopping Style Shopping Personal Style Boards Collections Dynamic Collections Static “Wish Lists” Static “Lists” Static “Collections” Static “Fancy Lists” Follow Product “Feeds” Dynamic Collections Social Internal, Integrated & Post Reviews & “Wish” Post & “Like” Comment, Save & Post Comment, “Fancy” & Post Comment, “Love” & Post Comment, “Pin” & Like Ecommerce Central Catalog, Integrated Stores & Bookmarklets Central catalog Central catalog & stores Affiliate & Bookmarklets Central catalog w/bookmarklets Central catalog & stores Affiliate Value Estimate $1.5 million Unknown $1 billion $100 million $600 million Unknown $3.8 billion OfferSavvy is creating a wildly social discovery & shopping experience with our customers’ collections and social activity at the center of the experience
  11. 11. Deep complimentary knowledge and business experience across ecommerce and emarketing technology spectrum Justin Boggs — Co-Founder Started Papa Santi's pizza shops while in college. Founded Bridge Capital Partners - a FORBES Finalist for America's Most Promising Companies 2011 with over $100 million of annualized client volume on the platform. Bizdom U Entrepreneur. Alex Danzberger — Chief Executive Officer Numerous global executive leadership roles in finance and operations, most notably as strategist and M&A executive for market leading SaaS e-commerce platform Digital River that drove greater than 50% of 8x revenue growth to $400 million through 20 acquisitions over 5 years. Kevin Raison — Chief Technology Officer Master computer scientist, architecting systems, networks, and artificial intelligence platforms. An early engineer at Amazon.com and Zillow, DARPA-sponsored AI projects, and recently published on novel methods for designing recommender and information retrieval systems. Ed Raison — Lead Programmer Lead technologist with ZoomCulture.com, built workflow systems and a technology platform delivery of streaming video. UI engineer and JavaScript programmer for Thrillist.com, Elle.com, and Caranddriver.com -- a site that now produces over $30k in weekly advertising revenue. Troy Martz — Product Manager & UI/UX Best-in-class UI designer, pushing open standard technologies, such as HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. He has spearheaded efforts with Red Lobster, Sprint PCS, Dominos Pizza, and many others. Designed telephony system which now logs over 6 billion minutes every month... Scott Giovanini — Marketing & Business Development A Decade of experience creating and managing high end campaigns in such competitive markets as entertainment, professional sports, and retail. His work has been featured on ESPN, FOX Sports, and the first ever Super Bowl player sponsored digital sweepstakes. Taner Halicioglu — Advisor Renowned technologist, entrepreneur and investor, first non-founder hired at The Facebook and also major contributor at eBay and Blizzard Entertainment with an expertise in technology innovation, scalability and performance. Tim Marusich — Advisor & Investor Entrepreneur, leader/owner in a variety of businesses, trainer and speaker. After years at Microsoft, he co-founded BlueHornet.com and became its CEO. After it was acquired by Digital River, Tim stayed on as VP to oversee the transition and growth for an additional 4 years.
  12. 12. API Graph Database Collections Social Feeds Bookmarklets Mobile Advertising Rewards E-Commerce Recommender Q1 ‘14 Q2 ‘14 Q3 ‘14 Q4 ‘14 Q1 ‘15 Q2 ‘15 Q3 ‘15 Q4 ‘15 V2 V2 V2 V3 V2 V1 V2 V1 V3 V2 V1 V1 V1 V1 V3 V3 V3 V3 V2 V2 V2 V2 V3 V3 Built to scale and for rapid development
  13. 13. Architecture: API-based for rapid development & operational flexibility Search friendly – Every product & collection has a unique URL Socially viral feature set Go to Market: Two-way integration with leading social platforms Grass roots activity Bookmarklet launch – motivates merchants to participate Search benefit of back-links “Claim” store & social presence to engage with consumers “App” services launch Q3/Q4 2014 Paid marketing activities building in 2015 Performance Metrics: Core profitability 2015 6,000 paid monthly subscriptions for tools @ $7.5/month Marketplace critical mass mid-2016 1.3 million average monthly users @ 16 pages per month $381 thousand monthly revenues vs. $327 thousand operating expenses
  14. 14. E-Commerce Successful creation of a social marketplace and community platform will create a ready market in which merchants can and will congregate to reach our consumers Potential acquirers: eBay (Magento), Yahoo! (Yahoo! Stores), Oracle (ATG), SAP (Hybris), Digital River Social Web Successful creation of a social marketplace and community platform will create a commerce specific marketplace through which social platforms can further monetize their user base Potential acquirers: Facebook, Foursquare, Yahoo!, Pinterest Payment Processing Successful creation of a social marketplace and community platform will provide an interesting supplemental service for payment processors to offer their merchants for growing sales Potential acquirers: Visa, MasterCard, Merchant e-Solutions Independent Route Reaching critical mass as a social marketplace and community platform will yield strong, demonstrable cash flow and growth characteristics that would allow for leveraging through a private transaction to accelerate further growth and potentially roll-up complimentary platforms/products in advance of an IPO
  15. 15. Multi-billion dollar market opportunity to disrupt current “traditional” social engagement, marketing and e-commerce models to make the experience more purposeful, targeted and rewarding for both consumers and merchants OfferSavvy will make shopping fun and more engaging and rewarding for our users and merchants through the full social commerce funnel, from discovery through purchase Seeking to raise up to $500,000 of new money on a $3,101,899 pre-money valuation Initial seed investors converted $555,988 into Series A Preferred Keshif Ventures invested $300,000 in Series A Preferred Proceeds applied to approximately: 50% current requirements 30% staff expansion 10% marketing and operating expenses 10% capital expenditures
  16. 16. Alex Danzberger — Chief Executive Officer alex@offersavvy.com (952) 212-9373 Justin Boggs — Founder Jboggs@offersavvy.com (724) 968-8512
  17. 17. Traditional Product Sales Funnel Top of Funnel “Product Awareness” Middle of Funnel “Inspire & Engage” “AcAvate” “Transact” Traditional View Ends at Sale Stage Behavior Consumer is aware (or made aware) of a “need” and begins the journey to find the soluAon Consumer acAvely researching products to saAsfy a need Consumer finds the desired product or sAmulated by environmental factors to act Consumer enters into purchase cycle to buy the product, though sAll prone to final influence on purchase decision
  18. 18. OfferSavvy Functionality Map Top of Funnel “Product Awareness” Middle of Funnel “Inspire & Engage” “AcAvate” “Transact” Offer Wall, CollecAons, Social PromoAon, InvitaAons, TransacAonal Circles (Cause Campaigns), “Wish List” Circles, #Tags, RecommendaAon, AdverAsing CollecAons, InvitaAons, Social PromoAon, 3rd Party Content, Item Sharing, Role Ranking (Discoverer, Creator, Collector), CollecAon Forums/ Discussions, gamificaAon Merchandising, RetargeAng, AdverAsing, Cash Rewards, Social Bonuses Affiliate Links, 3rd Party e-­‐Commerce, Integrated e-­‐Commerce Engagement InVluences Buyer Consumer Behavior OfferSavvy Features
  19. 19. Engagement Doesn’t End at the Purchase Loyalty Consider Purchase The “Funnel” Paradigm is Dead Transact Social Engagement Influence Experience • Purchase Process • Fulfillment • Product Experience • Customer Support • Customer Service • Social • Feature Alignment • Popularity • MarkeAng Collateral • Sales Support TRUST TradiAonal “Funnel” focused through the transacAon
  20. 20. OfferSavvy Platform Business Model VALUE PROPOSITION COST STRUCTURE CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP TARGET CUSTOMER (s) DISTRIBUTION VALUE CHANNEL CONFIGURATION INFRASTRUCTURE CORE CAPABILITIES PARTNER NETWORK REVENUE STREAMS • Mutual & Targeted Discovery • Shopping convenience • Reduced Discovery Cost • Social Feedback • Savings & Rewards • CommuniAes of Interest • Fun & engaging user experience to achieve necessary ends • Natural merchant concentraAon points • Social pla6orms • Payment processors • Community & collecAon architecture relevant for micro-­‐ markets across demographics as well as offering highly effecAve adverAsing across merchants For consumers, the social web depends upon open connecAvity which we plan to leverage for both originaAng users and allowing them to broadcast. • For merchants, we will provide a toolset for easy catalogue integraAon from their commerce system of choice as well as ulAmately offer our own when needed. • Consumers access and build personal “collecAons” of interest. • Merchants are able to have visibility into consumer desires and engage directly through the pla6orm • Consumers receive variable rewards for their acAvity Establish an “habitual” relaAonship with consumers desiring to stay current with their communiAes and related products and also benefit from rewards • High operaAng leverage • Self service w/minimal necessary support • Low customer acquisiAon cost • Low overhead • Scalable infrastructure • Revenue share on sales • Various adverAsing models • Sponsored content • Merchant access fees • Technology services • TransacAon processing • Data moneAzaAon • Proven development team • Lean model • Proprietary technology elements OFFER CUSTOMER FINANCE

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