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Rx Pop-Outs. Irina Racheva, Sam Gyory, Briani Boyd , Rian Rendon . Management Team. CEO – Irina Racheva C F O – Sam Gyory C M O – Briani Boyd C O O – Rian Rendon. Company Information. Headquarters: 3110 Georgia Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20010

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rx pop outs

Rx Pop-Outs

Irina Racheva, Sam Gyory, Briani Boyd, Rian Rendon

management team
Management Team

CEO – Irina Racheva CFO – Sam Gyory

CMO – Briani Boyd COO – Rian Rendon

company information
Company Information
  • Headquarters:

3110 Georgia Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C. 20010

  • Store:

2324 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, D.C. 20020

  • Contact: (202) 730-5330
  • Website: http://rxpopouts.weebly.com/
product description
Product Description
  • Our revolutionary frames allow you to instantaneously pop out your lenses from one frame into another
    • Plastic frame
    • Silicone rubber lens rim allows for the lens switch
  • Sale price:
    • Set of polycarbonate lenses: $70
    • Each frame: $65
company plans
Company Plans
  • Continue on the same growth trajectory, at least for the next two years, as demand continues to grow
  • Increase market size – to be reached through improved marketing efforts
    • Increase our presence on the U.S. West Coast
    • Eventually go global
      • Introduce international shipping
      • Market internationally
  • Introduce a wider variety of frames (i.e. colors and styles)
marketing plan
Marketing Plan
  • Target Audience: Near-sighted individuals,aged 18 - 40
  • Marketing Channels:
    • University Brand Ambassador Program - marketing internships for college students
    • Social Media Advertisements: Facebook
    • Eye Doctor Endorsements
  • Marketing Expenses:
    • Year 1: $2,000
    • Year 2: $10,000
  • Retail:
    • Retail store: 2324 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C.
    • Online Website: http://rxpopouts.weebly.com/
cash flow analysis
Cash Flow Analysis
  • Cash provided by operating activities:
  • Year 1: $683,835
    • Relatively high due to the company’s purchases on account, rather than with cash
    • A/R also significant (153,337)  will contribute to cash growth in the following year
  • Year 2: $328,575
    • The lower cash flow is due to the large amount of A/P ($683,835) paid off
    • Future cash flow is expected to increase once the start-up costs are entirely accounted for and paid
cash flow analysis1
Cash Flow Analysis
  • Cash provided by (used up) by investing activities:
  • Year 1: ($509,500)
    • Purchase of a $500,000 building to serve as an office
  • Year 2: ($2,100)
    • Fewer investment activities as start-up costs were mostly incurred in Year 1
cash flow analysis2
Cash Flow Analysis
  • Cash provided by (used by) financing activities:
  • Year 1: $1,593,486
    • Significant cash increase ($1 million) due to stock issuance and undertaking of a $200,000 long-term debt
  • Year 2: ($204,809)
    • Large amount of cash was used up to repay a portion of the long-term debt
financial highlights
Financial Highlights
  • Strong, consistent current ratio
  • Increasing return on assets
  • Increasing return on equity
  • Increase in earnings/share
  • Declining debt to current ratio – projected to decline more rapidly in 2014
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