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SokoSquare.com matches people who want to barter personal & creative services. leverage existing social networks to create a trusted barter community. complementary wants & needs. why barter?. “Barter accounts for 30% of the world’s total business.” Monocle Magazine Dec 2009/Jan 2010.

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complementary

wants & needs

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“Barter accounts for 30% of the world’s total business.”

Monocle Magazine

Dec 2009/Jan 2010

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42 million

independent workers in the US

Freelancers Union

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well-educated but

unemployed or underemployed

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save money

community engagement

it’s fun

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digital/social media

offline/events

pop-up stores

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Tisch ITP

Lee-Sean HuangCatherine WhiteElizabeth Fuller

Stern MBA

Mayukh Mukherjee

Livia Cymrot

Peter Leonard

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Lee-Sean Huang - Creator/Strategy

interaction design, digital content, online community building

Human Rights Watch, Avaaz.org, Creative Commons, Purpose Campaigns

BA Government, Harvard

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Catherine White - Project Manager

Former corporate lawyer

Summer research assistant at Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society

MS Chemistry, UCL, LLM. Cardozo

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Elizabeth Fuller - Technology/Design

Interactive content design for major entertainment networks

BA Communications/CS, UCLA

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Mayukh Mukherjee - Finance/Technology

5+ years of tech experience in financial services industry

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Livia Cymrot - Marketing

8+ years international marketing experience

Marketing Manager at Estee Lauder

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Peter Leonard - Operations/Technology

10+ years experience in software development

early stage startups and Fortune 100 companies

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2 Revenue Models

flat subscription - everyone pays

or “freemium”

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2010 Projections

Required Capital ~$160K

Estimated Users ~30K

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2011 Projections

Profit ~$68K

Estimated Users ~110K

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info@sokosquare.com

Twitter: @sokosquare

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Douglas

RUSHKOFF

“The next big thing: a means of peer to peer exchange that do not involve cash...genuine peer to peer will lead to genuine value creation.”

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Mervyn

KING

“There is no reason that products and services could not be swapped directly by consumers and producers through a system of direct exchange–essentially a massive barter economy.”

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Nicholas

NEGROPONTE

“A parallel and more intriguing form of trade in the future will be barter...Without question, we'll see new forms of market-making and auctions. But the most stunning change will be peer-to-peer, and peer-to-peer-to-peer transaction of goods and services.”

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Bohemian Mix

“A collection of mobile urbanites, Bohemian Mix represents the nation's most liberal lifestyles. Its residents are an ethnically diverse, progressive mix of young singles, couples, and families ranging from students to professionals. In their funky rowhouses and apartments, Bohemian Mixers are the early adopters who are quick to check out the latest movie, nightclub, laptop, and microbrew.”

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Young Digerati

“Young Digerati are tech-savvy and live in fashionable neighborhoods on the urban fringe. Affluent, highly educated, and ethnically mixed, Young Digerati communities are typically filled with trendy apartments and condos, fitness clubs and clothing boutiques, casual restaurants and all types of bars--from juice to coffee to microbrew.”

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Olympia

is a voice coach in need of a website.

Josh

is a web wiz looking to boost his karaoke chops.

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François

is a pastry chef in need of paintings for his new bakery.

Yuki

will paint for crème brûlée.