Quarter Three Prospectus: New Revenue Streams
In these troubled economic times, cash rules everything around us, and so it's only natural that Chapter Three seek to develop new and innovative streams of revenue. Last year saw the successful spinoff of Mission Bicycle, and we're eager to repeat the process. We see diverse income sources as key to maintaining a healthy balance sheet heading into the third quarter of fiscal year 2009, and beyond.
At this time we are pleased to announce the launch of a new line of business, one completely insulated from inherent volatility of both the open-source Content Management and boutique hipster fashion markets, a line of business which we project will deliver increasing returns over the next three to five year horizon.
We of course refer to the fast-growing seafood sensation lovingly known as, "Nice Lobster." While these tasty critters are technically giant crawfish and not truly a "lobster," extensive usability research from the University of Minnesota suggests that 95% of end-users can't tell the difference. We've liquidated a portion of our Drupal portfolio and held a successful Valencia-street garage sale of surplus OEM fixed-gear bike parts, and are now prepared to double down on the next generation of NorCal seafood.
- Sustainably farm giant crawfish
- Attain enterprise scale
- ??? (cloud computing)
With an on-the-ground presence in Eureka California, near the fertile shoals of Humboldt Bay and one of the larger commercial crabbing fleets on the west coast, we're uniquely positioned to leverage local talent and expertise in sustainable aquaculture (note: not acquia-culture) and make our move into the high-end of the crustacean marketplace. This market is projected to tighten, especially as global climate change and over-harvesting continue to deplete the yield of most major northeastern lobster fishing grounds.
This new venture is made possible thanks to a significant external investment from a cartel of silent partners. While the hunt for venture capital is more challenging these days, we encourage entrepreneurs to keep at it. Based on our experience, there's a lot of money on the sidelines looking for the right kind of project. In fact, here in Humboldt County, we found there's a lot of money literally buried in the ground looking for any kind of "legitimate" investment opportunity.
The Nice Lobster hatchery and sea-farm forms the third leg of the Chapter Three "tripod" business plan, a structure we trust and hope will carry our enterprise forward into 2010 and beyond. For more information about series-B investment opportunities, or to order your own Nice Lobster sampler gift pack (perfect for mothers day!) please contact us at 1-888-496-3238.