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I think this might be of great interest to every accredited investor...

I am sole e-business entrepreneur with vast experience in the sector (since 1995). I have a multi-million dollar e-business project in place organized in a group of 30+ large-scale innovative projected companies. Some of the projects are launched already; others are in process of development; some in R&D stage...

Currently I am actively looking for a wealthy partner / angel / venture capitalist to back me up and help me get off the ground as in return I am ready to give up a substantial equity percentage in all projects invented and developed so far plus the same percentage in all projects that I would potentially invent at future. The ultimate goal of the “Group” (over 30 projected innovative companies, concepts and business models) is to perform a successful IPO and become a $50 / $100M company. Most of the projects are leading in their particular sectors and market niches having both many competitive advantages implemented and huge growth potential.

Comprehensive business plan is available upon request.

This is the right time to take over a group of innovative and aggressive startups that would be valued millions at future while engaging relatively small amount of capital at this seed/startup stage.

If this is what makes you excited enough then I would be happy to furnish you with much more information and open a dialogue with you in an effort to move quickly.

Email: ventures_group@hotmail.com
Post Fri Mar 12, 2004 6:02 pm
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