1.0 Overview

The purpose of this proposal is to secure start-up and development funds for a complete business plan outlining the goals, capabilities, and resource requirements for a global ecological management enterprise.

Outlined are the preliminary plans and strategies for the development and marketability of a world class Global Ecological Management Systems (GEMS) company.

GEMS will exist to organize and manage human resources, utilize local resources, re-introduce authentic technologies, and stimulate economic interrelationships which promote diversification from traditional economic activities.

Our formula focuses on the implementation of a Trade Resource Network Economy that will host a future breed of Earth Safe emerging Technologies. This type of infrastructure will allow for the creation of a cross-functional framework linking rural enterprise development with urban market centers in such a way as will result in higher and more equitable levels of living for the producing network.

The cost range of developing GEMS INC. depends on many factors. The next development phase – the GEMS Business Plan – will address overall development cost factors in detail. Initial operating cost and product sales projections – as well as Business Plan development costs – are discussed in the Development section of this proposal.

While this proposal does outline the many types of developments possible with GEMS the value of this content in the market place – i.e. the potential ROI (Return-On-Investment) of the GEMS – is too complex for this proposal, and will be addressed in the Business Plan. Suffice it to say that GEMS Enterprises will be designed, built, and operated as a business – one with noble goals and positive community impact, but also earning a profit within a reasonable period of time.

While initially GEMS will be a private enterprise it will require input and resources of multiple investors and agencies. Currently we are offering a equity position to an investor/investors with surplus capital and a high level of interest in advanced sustainable technology development. (see Appendix A)


2.0 Goals

The primary goals of GEMS are 1) To function as a profitable company through sales and service of Information Technologies, Energy Trading and Aqua Culture Technologies 2) To provide innovative solutions for organizations needing to manage change. 3) To develop energy and food network producing societies that are linked to the urban marketplace 4) To create a paradigm shift towards Earth Safe industries with legitimate profit producing margins.


It is our intent to provide an invaluable service to the sovereign nations of the world and give birth to a network of sustainable developments and economic opportunities that insure the continuation of our planet’s life support systems. GEMS has been created to be a leader in the new economy of idea's and information, we will utilize our intellectual radar and technological expertise to actively implement the revolutionary change for betterment of the whole.


3.0 Products & Services

3.1 Product Department

License, Sales and Distribution-

3.1.1 Global Aquatics, LTD.

GEMS is proud to announce our involvement in the exclusive global licensing rights to a highly sustainable, highly efficient intensive food production system known as Aquaculture/Aquaponic Technology.

GEMS will offer services internationally in the area of Aquaculture /Aquaponic and fisheries consultation. The marketing of turnkey, Intensive Aquaponic systems is a potential multi-billion dollar market, strategy is a key factor to the implementation of these particular Aquaponic systems.

The proposed production system will be the state-of-the-art intensive indoor, recirculating system which permits intensive and efficient Aquaculture through a computerized monitoring and environmental control system complete with hydroponic greenhouses, which comprise the water filtration system and provide plant production facilities.

The principal Aquaponic consultant, who owns the state-of-the-art production technology, is Global Aquatics, LTD. They have been involved with Aquaculture research and development for 30 years and have conducted extensive research into closed-loop Aquaculture and, as a result have developed a 'High Tech' production systems and management programs. Global Aquatics, LTD. will be responsible for implementation of all turnkey projects.

* See S-99 Sequential System from Global Aquatics in Appendix (D)

3.1.2 License Management

GEMS will manage and market the master license of Global Aquatic, Ltd.

production systems. GEMS will be offering limited license rights to international agencies worldwide and the sale and services of Global Aquatic production systems. A detailed pricing strategy and marketing plan will be explained in the Business Development Plan-Next Phase

3.1.3 Unit Profitability

The sales division of GEMS will be operating at a sliding scale profit between $100,000 to $150,000 per production system based on feasibility factors.

3.1.4 EBM (Energy-by-motion) Systems

We are proud to present this descriptive material on a new energy technology that has been in high level research and development in Canada, the UK, the US and Hungary for over 15 years. The inventor, Dr. Szabo of Budapest, Hungary is being recommended for a Nobel Prize for this invention.

This unique source of energy does not require fossil fuels or solar energy as a source to generate electricity. It is a proven technology known as Energy-By-Motion (EBM).

Energy-By-Motion is a renewable, clean and inexpensive energy resource, which utilizes magnetic flux as a fuel source and is now commercially viable. EBM is a uniquely configured rotating machine which can be used for simultaneous electrical and heat energy production using state-of-the-art commercial materials, such as laminated electro steel, copper windings, bearing, insulating materials shafts structural steel and so on similar in many ways to current large commercial motors or generators.

This similarity ends, however, when one measures the combined electrical and heat output while being rotated through the EBM magnetic field. The unique geometry of the EBM machine appears to be responsible for its capability to produce energy out of the employed electromagnetic fields, such as fluxes which are present around and inside all "ordinary" permanent or electromagnets. The electrical power and heat energy that are produced from this process can be used in the traditional ways, as well as to manufacture hydrogen, desalinate sea water and to transport the same over large distances, to power and/or heat greenhouses, and so on. We feel this invention will encourage many new ways of utilizing renewable energy.

EBM technology uses readily available materials and relies on existing manufacturing processes. It is non-nuclear, non-toxic, emits no noise or substances, and is 100% environmentally friendly. The energy is a function of the mass of inexpensive laminated steel in the unit. The larger the mass, the larger the output.

The actual mechanism of the physics involved in this energy production is proprietary information.

3.1.5 License Management

Aliqwel/Garcia & Associates along with GEMS are under negotiations with Global Eagle Energy, Dr. Szabo and his organization, Gamma, Inc. to offer exclusive rights to sell or lease and distribute these EBM systems and/or units and/or Services within various geographical regions throughout the world. The license fee for the exclusive rights to sell or lease and distribute these EBM Systems and/or Services within a designated territory or country is based on population.

3.1.6 Unit Investment

The cost to produce electrical power using EBM technology is approximately 2 US. cents/kW-hr with a typical industrial electricity user paying 8 to 10 cents to the local utility. At isolated location, such as islands, deserts, northern mines and ski resorts, the power rate can exceed 15 cents/kW-hr. Incidentally, for approximately thirty years, Dr. Szabo had a consulting firm, which assisted in establishing the power rate structure for many public utility agencies in North America.


To Purchase License (based on population)


1million population..........$3 million dollars

5 million population..........$15 million dollars

10 million population........$30 million dollars


Cost to Build Generator

10 MW and under.............$1.5 million per MW

15 MW...............................$ 1.25 million per MW

20 MW and above..............$ 1 million per MW

In addition to the above costs, there is a royalty of 10% annual sales derived from EBM products, leases, rents and services payable to Dr. Szabo.


3.2 Service Department

GEMS will be offering consulting, management, design and technology services world wide. We are a selected group of designers, marketers, scientists and technicians who are at the top level of their field. GEMS will be providing new solutions to the profound environmental, economic and social problems of today.

3.2.1 Ecological Management Services

• Resource identification, Organization, Development, and Conservation

• Strategic and long range planning

• Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

• Capitol Investment Packaging and Brokerage

• Global & Regional Environmental Monitoring

• Management and Organization Development

• Research and Market Analysis

• Feasibility studies in Earth Safe Industries

• Procurement and Commercial Trading

• Information Resource Management

• Business Plan Development

• Market Development

• Licensing Management

• Tribal Government Relations

• Translation

3.2.2 Information Technology Services

• Information Retrieval and Dissemination

• Information Design

• WebSite Development

• Presentation Technology

• Content Development

• Media Development

• Software Development

• Programming

• 3-D Modeling and Architecture

• CG Landscape Visualization

• Programming


3.2.3 Pricing for service's rendered

Pricing is based on the following factors:




-all rights


-Time length


Includes non-refundable advance payment in anticipation of sales.


Proprietary Information/technology and original design/architecture.

Primary Service fees:

Consultation $120.hr

Information and Presentation Technology Fees

Direction $100.hr

Design $75. hr

Programming $100.hr

Consulting fees:

Global Ecological Management Systems

Strategic Planning $200.hr

Research and Analysis $100. - 200.hr

Market Strategy $120.hr

Feasibility Study and Business Plan Development fees

range from $75,000. to $150,000.


Brokerage Fees:

range from 10% to 20%


4.0 Marketing

A detailed market analysis of GEMS products and industries must wait until the commissioned market analysis to be included in the GEMS Business Plan. This section contains a brief outline of the current market environment, potential marketing strategies, and rough revenue projections.

4.1 Product Market Environment

This section outlines a brief overview of the current industry and market trends for aquaculture technologies and renewable energy.

4.1.1 Aquaculture Technology

-Fish Market: $120 Billion Worldwide

Global Interest in the Aquaculture industry has grown rapidly in recent years due to increased demands for high quality seafood products and the decline of the oceans' resources. In short, Aquaculture is a sustainable growth mechanism for commercial food production.

The world average per capita consumption of seafood is close to 100 pounds annually. Presently, Aquaculture development is a logical shift to sustain the current demand without exhausting the natural resources. With commercial fish harvests falling behind in a 2 billion pound shortage this year alone, proves the viability of the Aquaculture production industry.

In Wall Street Digest's report on " The 10 Best Places For Your Money Now," Aquaculture Technology was more economically viable than commercial fishing in the ocean. "It is cheaper to grow fish under controlled conditions than to capture fish with a fishing fleet...". Due to market shortfalls and emerging technology, Aquaculture is the fastest growing segment of American agriculture. Aquaculture is a non-polluting industry which can be adapted to virtually any geographic area commercially without disturbing surrounding ecological balance.

The demand for this type of intensive Aquaculture system is imperative to the sustain ability of our environment and food production markets. The time is now for the implementation of these types of production facilities to meet global market demands for high quality food.


4.1.2 Renewable Energy

U.S market size :$ 220 billion - 2.5 billion a year will be traded electronically

The electric revolution is here and the business is electricity generation. Power is every bit as big a business as telecoms. America's $220 billion electricity market is larger than those for cellular and long -distance telephony combined. The arrival of competition in telecoms led to furious investment and innovation, helping to give rise to the digital economy. Centralized control gave way to such anarchic technologies as the mobile phone and the internet. A similar shift is starting in electricity, thanks to market liberalization (The deregulation of electricity markets), environmentalism (The decrease usage of fossil fuels) and technological advance (renewable energy micropower plants and generators). The monopolies that run large, dirty power plants are facing new competition from rivals with smaller and cleaner technologies. The results will be lower prices for consumers cleaner power sources for the environment and more capacity to satisfy the worlds ever growing demand for electricity.

For the first time in the history of the United States, electricity buyers have a choice. Policy-makers are deregulating the electric industry, California, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Massachusetts have embraced deregulation. In states that are not yet deregulated, utilities are now offering clean power to improve their images in anticipation of deregulation. About 56% of electricity in the U.S is generated by coal-fired plants that produce the world's most notorious greenhouse gas: carbon dioxide. Much of the rest of the electricity mix comes from the other unfriendly producers: gas fired units, which also release carbon dioxide; nuclear reactors, which spawn nuclear waste; and hydroelectric plants, many of which are ill-equipped to allow fish to pass unharmed through their giant turbines.

Over time the object is to change the mix so that there are fewer and fewer coal and gas plants and more micropower plants and generators that produce renewable energy to a network of microgrids.


4.2 Market Strategy

While a more detailed description will be included in the Business Plan, the key aspects of the marketing strategy are as follows:


Market Approach

Global Ecological Management Systems (GEMS) was founded to help develop and manage untapped human, soil, water and plant resources through the development and implementation of responsive appropriate sustainable production technology and sustainable enterprise development.

4.2.2 Market Formula

Our formula focuses on the implementation of a Trade Resource Network Economy that will host a future breed of EarthSafe emerging Technologies. This type of infrastructure will allow for the creation of a cross-functional framework linking rural enterprise development with urban market centers in such a way as will result in higher and more equitable levels of living for the producing network.

4.2.3 Market Positioning

GEMS marketing division will provide expertise in branding, marketing, design, software and presentation technology. GEMS’ recognizes the potential of these emerging technologies and see themselves as the driver's and innovators who will bring the goods and services to the marketplace.

4.2.4 Cause Branding Approach

Sustainable development - Socially responsible companies

(responsible to consumers and the planet)

At the point of economical crisis due to unqualified economic development causing the over stress on earth's life support systems, GEMS will move with certainty into the new economy with development in the market rich earth safe industry. Our success relies on keeping our clients on the bleeding edge of appropriate technologies and social trends. Since the shift already happened the new economies are merging out of the industrial holocaust and into the next seven generations with low-impact pollutant free EarthSafe technologies. The future of our global economy will be to protect and preserve our planets’ life-support systems. This will be a paradigm shift in our perception and values on how we as earth conscience citizens store our wealth.

A detailed description of our cause brand equity fund will be outlined in the GEMS business plan.

4.3 Revenue Projections

The GEMS Business Plan will contain detailed revenue projections for all markets in which GEMS will compete: the aquaculture fish and produce market – renewable energy, etc. – and the information services market.

4.3.1 Preliminary Projections

GEMS revenue projections are based on three years sales of procured technology (Global Aquatics, EBM), and services provided.

Briefly outlined are projected sales and increase of single sale unit levels along with revenue potential for the units that GEMS initially offers. These projections show the market potential for intended technologies GEMS procures and represents at start-up.

4.3.2 Revenue Sales Flow:

Projected sales of GEMS products and feasibility services for the first 3 years.

*This chart does not show the sales of sub licenses that gems will be involved in during this time. More detailed outline will be in GEMS business plan

**These projections are strictly selling the technology and feasibility services. The network capital investment offerings and Information Technology services projections will be introduced at a later date when GEMS business plan is completed.

The three year timeline begins 1 month after start-up while GEMS sales and marketing development will be first to capitalize on current market opportunities.

*ref. (Sec 5.1)

Revenue projections will be revised and updated as GEMS business plan is developed and Acquires new technologies under its Umbrella.



5.0 Development

This section outlines the development phases, timeline and cost of the GEMS enterprise. This information will all be considerably refined in the GEMS Business Plan.

5.1 Development Phases

Phase One

Phase one will include the development of our corporate structure organization, business systems, business plan and the sales and marketing campaign for the CNIGA/NIGA conference and trade show in January and April.

* see appendix (F) regarding information on the California Indian Gaming

Association and the National Indian Gaming Association trade show and conference.

Phase Two

Phase two will begin at the CNIGA/NIGA trade show and conference,

where GEMS will be hosting an exhibitors booth to present GEMS products and services. After the trade show and conference our marketing representatives will begin to follow up on leads and interested parties from the CNIGA/NIGA events.

Phase Three

Phase three begins with the completion of the GEMS business plan.

At this stage GEMS will begin the implementation of the marketing strategies and operations outlined in the business plan. The sales, license and service division of GEMS will be responding immediately to the current energy crisis and the short fall of sustainable food production.

5.1.1 New Enterprise Development Phases

To expand our market share GEMS will be procuring and developing a network of independent enterprises under the GEMS umbrella.

Phase Four

Energy Service Provider/Independent power producer

Phase three will begin upon completion of the business plan.

GEMS will start up a ESP and IPP division for the procurement of wholesale renewable energy and the sale of renewable

energy surplus.


Phase Five

EarthSafe Brokerage House

GEMS will open up a brokerage house that will specialize in EarthSafe Technologies and sustainable ecological enterprises. GEMS along with Aleqwel/Garcia and Associates will design the first EarthSafe IPO offering. The IPO package will be a selected group of enterprise's that develop sustainable technologies and renewable resource's. GEMS trade commodity stocks will be loaded with valued information regarding the ecological and economical sustainability of the commodity and industry, these smart stocks will increase in value as we shift towards the development of a new information economy and the demand for sustainable development continues to grow.

Phase Six

B To B Online Trade Network


radeEcosystemNetwork™ an online trade and information network for renewable energy surplus and EarthSafe technologies. The trade portion of the network will be divided in two sections business to business for the procurement of wholesale renewable energy and business to consumer for purchasing earth safe commodity stocks.

Online trading systems are replacing traditional energy trading methods making energy the biggest online B to B marketplace today.

*Investment opportunities will be explained in the GEMS Business plan for this e-commerce venture.


5.2 Development Timeline

This section outlines the operations and development timeline for the GEMS enterprise.

5.2.1 Corporate Organization Structure

The corporate structure phase will include the forming of the GEMS

board and it's directors along with bylaws and all legal procedures involved in the formulation of a International Corporation.

*This phase will be completed after one business week from initial investment.

5.2.2 Business Systems

The business systems will include the designing of the GEMS corporate identity, business cards, letterhead and envelopes. The next phase will be the design and development of our initial marketing and promotional materials. This will include a press kit and full color brochure of GEMS products and services

*This phase will be completed four weeks after initial start-up investment

5.2.3 Business Plan Development

The Gems Business plan development phase-including development meeting, market surveys, research, writing, intellectual authorship, infrastructure modeling and budgeting will require a maximum of six months for full development. A principal officer of the development team (see management section) will be fully accountable to the investment partners. He will establish bank accounts for development funds and manage disbursements of these funds to the project manager. He will report back as often as requested to the investment partners throughout the Business Plan Development Phase, and will provide all reasonable disbursements. (see development cost below)

* This phase will require six months for complete development.

5.3.4 CNIGA/NIGA Market Sales Campaign

As the business plan is being developed Aleqwel/Garcia along with GEMS shall begin to develop a Sales and Marketing campaign for the up-coming CNIGA/NIGA gaming conference in January and April.

Aleqwel and Garcia will be speaking at this year's conference on Tribal Economics and Sustainable Development.

The Indian gaming tradeshow and conference is where the Indian gaming Reservations and tribal officials, general managers and decision makers go to meet and trade with the private enterprise sector.

GEMS will be securing a exhibitors booth at both CNIGA's and NIGA's trade show for the introduction of Global Aquatics’ Aquaculture/Aquaponics production systems and EBM renewable energy generators.

GEMS will also present a intertribal investment plan for the Indian tribes of North America regarding a master/sub license agreement between Global Aquatics technologies and the EBM renewable energy production systems. A detailed description of the Tribal investment plan will be in the CNIGA/NIGA campaign plan along with the CNIGA/NIGA sales and marketing campaign budget.

* This plan will be completed in mid-December.

5.3.5 CNIGA/NIGA Follow Up-Tribal Relations

After the trade show GEMS marketing team will set up meetings with potential Tribal Partners for the development of rural sustainable production enterprises that are linked to urban marketplace's.

* This phase will begin in February and continue into the next year and get us tune for the NIGA trade show in April 2001.

5.4 Business Plan Completion

Upon the completion of the business plan GEMS will open a corporate headquarters in the selected area and begin international relations with government officials and/or private sector entities.

5.4.1 Online Marketing

GEMS website will host information technologies and energy-trade products and services. The site will feature information on renewable energy and strategies that weave together climate, food production, building design, soil, water, energy management and social systems. This will be the first development phase of our TradeEcosystemNetwork an online trade and information network for renewable energy surplus and Earth Safe technologies.

* This phase will begin after the completion of the business plan, generally the site could take six months to complete.


5.5 New Enterprise Development

This phase will begin once the business plan has been developed and the sales and marketing of GEMS services are in full operation.

The strategies and formula's outlined in the plan will set the stage for the marketing and branding of GEMS and the next round of venture funding regarding procurement capital to acquire license rights and technologies.

5.5.1 Energy Service Provider/Independent Power Producer

GEMS will initiate procurement of wholesale renewable energy and licensing rights to sell renewable energy generators and production systems.

*A detailed market analysis and feasibility study regarding the ESP market will be in the business plan.

5.5.2 Brokerage House/EarthSafe IPOs

This will be the next enterprise development under the GEMS umbrella. GEMS will be looking for partners to help roll out the next generation of EarthSafe Technologies.


This phase will be examined in the GEMS new enterprise development feasibility study of the business plan.

5.5.3 B to B Online TradeNetwork

This trade/dot.com enterprise will be developed with A/G and associates. A/G and associates has developed proprietary information regarding the infrastructure of an online TradEcoSystemNetwork.

GEMS and A/G & Associates will be looking for investment and development partners for this venture.


This venture will be examined in the GEMS new enterprise development feasibility study of the business plan.


5.3 Development Cost

This section outlines disbursement and allocation of funds for the development of GEMS infrastructure. Also included are operational costs 6 months beyond business plan development.

Corporate Organizational Structure

Legal Cost for IBC $2,000.

IBC Business Account $5,000.

Travel Costs for 3 to Bahamas: $3,000.

Lodging $1,500.

Food Accommodation's $750. $12,250.

Global Aquatic, Ltd. License Procurement (Down Payment)

Global Aquatic License (initial payment) $50,000.

2nd payment within 1 month of procurement $50,000. $100,000.

Operational Hardware

(3) Desk Top Computers $9,000.

(3) Laptops $13,000.

(3)Hand held digital notepad $1,200.

(1)CD burner $600.

(1)Laser Printer $2,500.

(1)Scanner $600.

Programs $2,000.

(2)Portable pH Meter $600.

(1)Drum Pump $2,000.

(2)Digital still cameras $1,600.

(2)Digital camcorders $5,000.

(1)Hard line Phone $50.

(1)Fax Machine $500.

(3)Wireless Phones $1,200. $39,850.

Business Plan and Operational Costs - 6 Month cost

Office rent $9,000.

Electric utility $600.

(1)Main Phone line set up & service $1,300.

(1)Fax line set up & service $700.

(3)DSL internet service lines $810.

(3)Wireless Phone service $2,400.

(3)Wireless web service $540.

Freelance Payroll $20,000.

Misc. Fund $10,000. $45,350


Business Systems

Letterhead, envelopes, Bus. Cards $2,000.

4-color Company Brochure $2,000. $4,000.

Business Plan Development

Preliminary plan cost $7,000.

Salaries for 3 principals (6 months) $72,000.

Sub contract firm for market analysis $28,000. $107,000.

CNIGA Market Sales Campaign

Booth at trade show $2,600.

Marketing promotional materials $5,000.

Travel, lodging (3 principles 4 days) $2,000. $9,600.

CNIGA Follow Up-Tribal Relations

Marketing expenses $3,000.

Travel to reservations $4,000. $7,000.

NIGA Market Sales Campaign

Booth at trade show $2,800.

Marketing promotional materials $10,000.

Travel, lodging (3 principles 4 days) $3,000. $15,800.

NIGA Follow Up-Tribal Relations

Marketing expenses $10,000.

Travel to reservations $10,000. $20,000.

Business Plan Completion - Next 6 months of operations

GEMS headquarters set-up $14,000.

U.S. headquarters set-up $14,000.

Electric utility $900.

(5)Phone line set up & service $4,000.

(1)Fax line set up & service $1,100.

(3)DSL internet set up & service $1,200.

Office phones $400.

Office furniture $3,500.

Wireless phone service $3,000.

Website development $20,000.

Wireless web service $900.

(1)Digital storage $3,000.

(2)Office computers office $6,000.

(1)Laptop - marketing $3,000.

Remaining principal salaries $72,000.

Administrative salaries $30,000. $177,000.

Global Marketing

Marketing $25,000. $25,000.

International travel

Travel & lodging to international locations $35,000. $35,000.


6.0 Management

Management will be a key factor in the GEMS infrastructure. We will establish, in the business plan, what types of management and staffing requirements will be needed for our global enterprise.

The following principals of GEMS Enterprises are also the primary planners of this preliminary proposal.


Thomas (Aleqwel) Mendoza

Principal: Chief Technology Officer


Mendoza has been producing ,directing, and designing all forms of media since 1986. He was publisher of Home & Office magazine, Senior Designer of Inside Design Communications and art director of the San Francisco Nose magazine. In 1990 he co-founded Tarzan Studios a multimedia development company, where he developed award-winning software applications for Pacific Bell, and Getz International Travel. After several years of content development and information design Mendoza and his Chumash business partner Paul Garcia have founded Aleqwel/Garcia & Associates a information technology start-up specializing in information technology and energy-trading, they offer consulting, technology and design services.

Aleqwel developed a California Native immersion curriculum for the Viejas Indian Reservation and was project director for the Viejas Cultural Education program.

Mendoza was selected as a delegate to speak at the 1st annual Indigenous business and economic development conference in Cairns, Australia .

Aleqwel has also been a featured panel speaker at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. The panel, made up of representatives from National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, Time-Warner, 3DO, WGBH , GTE ImagiTrek and the BBC. He discussed issues of interactive content development and media integration for natural history and wildlife producers.

Most recently he spoke at the American Indian film and finance forum, he discussed issues on tribal and non-tribal funding for Native American media projects.



Layan Dawud Said

Principal: Chief Scientist Officer

Dawud Said holds a PHD in Soil Physics and International Agricultural development, from UC Riverside and a Bachelor of Soil and Plant Science from UC Berkeley. Dawud has 30 years of Soil Physics experience, he will contribute a innovative role as integrator-scientist, integrating relevant knowledge into packages of improved technology which, when implemented, will establish a strategic balance between

anthropic activities and human and environmental health.

(Curriculum Vitae available upon request)

Paul (Pablo) Garcia

Principle: Chief Finance Officer

Marketing Director

Garcia has been involved in business and business management for over 11 years for national and local companies. He was a business manager for Kinko's Copies Corporation for years and developed new systems of operations and facilitating protocols for more efficient, more profitable business practices and operations. Garcia was invited to attend and speak at Kinko's corporate office on strategies for higher profit margins with innovative sales techniques for the developing fast print industry.

He then was offered a sales director position for a local, fast print company. In which he developed sales strategies for smaller business to compete with national companies, in the area of utilizing technology and presentation to stay ahead of the bigger competitors. Proven successful in this area for 2 years, Paul moved on to develop his own company with Aleqwel Mendoza.

Aleqwel/Garcia & Associates which is involved in strategic planning and market implementation for EarthSafe technologies through the "TradeSystemNetwork'.

Currently, Paul & Aleqwel are working with Earth Safe Technologies to bring about a conscious shift in the global consumption market towards a harmonious existence between human and environment. Market approach, economic feasibility and profitability are major components to their strategy of implementation.


6.1 Preliminary Proposal-Current Phase

The current phase ends with the completion and submission of this proposal.

6.2 Business Plan Development-Next Phase

This section outlines the main elements which will be developed for and incorporated into the GEMS Business lan - the end result of the next phase. The goal of GEMS’ Business Plan is to present enough detailed information on GEMS for prospective Tribal and International enterprise development partners. The plan will contain the following:

Revised Text

The GEMS’ Business Plan will contain both new information and more developed versions of the ideas presented in this proposal. These revisions will be based partly on substantial research to be performed in the next phase, and partly on a series of development meetings to be held between board of directors

and Investor/Investors. Location and dates of meetings (TBD).

Complete Market Analysis

This document - to be commissioned and developed in conjunction with a leading market research firm (TBD) - will examine major aspects of the renewable sustainable technology enterprise development market, with a special emphasis on global food and energy production markets, and also research unique market opportunities for a Global Ecological Management Enterprise. Some of the specific issues to be covered in this report are as follows:

• overall industry growth, by class of service

• demand for earth safe enterprise development

• number and success of recent green company start-ups

• new technologies and products

• growth of sustainable food and renewable energy production in global market

• viability of a working network of food and energy production with online B2B Network

• profiles of dominant and emerging industry leaders

• feasibility study for energy service provider

and EarthSafe IPO's


Infrastructure Model

A comprehensive flow chart and explanation of GEMS internal operations from research to representation and development to management. All subcontractors and developers will be listed in the internal chain of operations. The infrastructure model will allow us to analyze and refine our internal operations for proper management of all aspects and business GEMS is involved in.


Network Enterprise Investment

A plan for a micro grid network of facilities will be developed for a higher yield in production and a larger share of the market.

International Sales Campaign

A strategy will be outlined and approved by GEMS Board of Directors for the marketing approach to existing potential international clients with current interest in Aquaponic Systems.

PERT Chart Timeline

The Business Plan will contain a detailed PERT chart (Project Evaluation and Review Technique) - A graphic timeline illustrating all subsequent development stages and their component tasks.

New Enterprise Development

This section of the business plan will contain feasibility studies

and new development plans for the start up of a Brokerage house for Earth Safe IPOs, Energy Service Provider/Independent Power Producing enterprise and a online B to B network.


Proforma Cash Flow, P&L

The Business Plan will also contain proforma cash flow and profit & loss statements for the first three years of sales and services of GEMS products - this data will all be reviewed by a CPA with experience on projects of this scale.

Legal Analysis & Contracts

Legal work for the next phases will fall into three major areas:

1) Legal fees for Trademark of GEMS; and 2) Non-Disclosure contracts for sub-contractors working on the Business Plan; and 3) a commissioned analysis of potential legal issues in later phases of GEMS development. No law firm has yet been selected to perform this work.


6.3 Operations and Development Cost

The following start-up expenditure's & salaries are totals for 12 months of operating capital for costs and implementation of phases 1,2 & 3 outlined in this proposal.

A) Cost to Incorporate: Legal & Application Fees - $2,000.

B) IBC Business Account - $5,000.

C) Office Location: Move-In cost + 12mos. rent - $37,000.

D) Utilities: Electric, phone, etc...

Electric Bill - $1,500.

Phone/Fax - $7,100.

Wireless Service - $6,840.

(3)DSL Internet service - $2,010.

E) Internal Business Systems - i.e. Business cards, letterhead, brochure and presentation material costs.

Business Cards, etc. - $2,000.

Promotional Materials & Company Brochure - $2,000.

F) Business Hardware -

(2)Portable pH Meter - $600.

(1)Drum Pump - $2,000.

Computers - $40,900.

(2)Digital Camcorders - $5,000.

(2)Digital Still Camera - $1,600.

(1)Fax Machine - $500.

(5)Office Phones - $450.

Office Furniture - $3,500.

(3)Wireless Phones - $1,200.

G) Operating Costs - Travel and mobility costs projections strictly for traveling to secure and present projects

outlined in the business plan.


H) Principal Salaries for 12 months - each @ 4,000 a month

planning development and marketing

Aleqwel Mendoza - $48,000.

Paul Garcia - $48,000.

Dawud Said - $48,000.

I) Administration Payroll - $30,000.

J) Freelance Payroll - $20,000.

K) Misc. Fund - $10,000.

L) A/G & Associates & Dawud Said for Authoring Preliminary Proposal - $7,000.

M) Phase one production salaries for web development -

Programmer - $10,000.

Designer - $10,000.

N) Investment Capital for Aquaculture License - $100,000.

O) Marketing, Sales and Promotion - $86,400.


P) Total for start up &12 month operations and Development - $302,050.

Q) Total for 12 month salaries & payroll - $194,000.

R) Aqua Technology Procurement - $100,000.

S) Total Start-Up Costs for GEMS - $597,850.




Appendix (A) Investment Opportunity

Appendix (B) Investment Disbursement Timeline

Appendix (C) GEMS-Platform at CNIGA/NIGA

Appendix (D) S-99 Sequential System from Global Aquatics.

Appendix (F) EBM Systems

Appendix (A) Investment Opportunity

This investment proposal represents a unique opportunity to participate in the fastest growing sector of the global economy. This is not only a ground floor opportunity but an opportunity to invest in state of the art technologies which have the potential of revolutionizing the global market place, while at the same time enhancing social health and ecological sustainability.

The potential investor/investors will capitalize on a 10% equity position in GEMS.

We believe GEMS within 5 years of business, will have a capital worth of over a billion dollars. The combined markets GEMS is competing in are over a trillion dollars. Which allows for this type of projection and potential.

An accurate projection of the potential capital earnings GEMS is capable of is beyond this preliminary proposal and will be outlined in our business plan with strategic plans to capitalize on larger portions of the markets.

GEMS value is based on intellectual capital and technology capital in the markets that have been mentioned in this proposal.


Based on the Global Aquatics, LTD. License with our Intellectual capital and Capital earning capability we are valuing GEMS at: $5,978,500.00

10 % investment position valued at : $597,850.00


Appendix (B) Investment Disbursement Timeline

This following outlines amounts and approximate dates moneys will need to be disbursed into GEMS account.

1)Upon approval of Preliminary Plan immediately we will need $12,250 for Corporate Organization Structure,
deposited into Qashi Account. Account held by A/G & Associates

2) GLOBL AQUATIC, LTD. Procurement disbursement of $50,000.

immediately to Global Aquatics, LTD.

3) Pre Business Plan Disbursement:

Global Aquatic License = $50,000.

Operational Hardware = $39,850.

Business Systems = $4,000

Business Plan & Operational Costs = $45,350.

Business Plan Development = $107,000.

CNIGA/NIGA Marketing & Travel = $52,400.

Total Disbursement by Dec. 1, 2000 = $298,600.

4) Post business plan disbursement:

Hardware & Operational Costs = $177,000

Global Marketing & Travel = $60,000

Final Disbursement by May 1, 2000 = $284,200

It is in our best interest that the investor meet our disbursement timeline as closely as possible. Although we can be flexible to meet investors personal schedule.

Appendix (C) CNIGA/NIGA Gaming Tradeshow and Conference

CNIGA stands for California Nations Indian Gaming Association it members represent the Indian gaming operations of California.

CNIGA will host it's annual Western Indian Gaming Conference in January

this year the conference we be held in Palm Springs California.

The purpose of the conference is for private businesses and organizations to present there products and services and establish relationships with Tribal officials, general managers and decision makers. This event is the annual marketplace where the majority of all

purchases for products/services and contracts are made between the private enterprise sector. Both CNIGA and NIGA are scheduled before the Tribal Governments annual budget planning in the summer.

The NIGA National Indian Gaming Association will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 1st 2001 there will be over three hundred Indian gaming casinos attending the 2001 conference this year.