The Core Network

The Core Network

American Butterfly is far from just an internet-driven solution, looking at the longer forecast of 2036, commissions and levee’s made from internet sales are not the main profit centre, the majority of the profits come from the suppliers, not just their internet sales, but all their sales.

To get there one must take one step at a time. Creating a global network is far more complex than a social network, for one. Hundreds of thousands of databases need to be synchronized, the greater challenge however is all small companies (under 500 staff) must use the same financial software, and in certain areas concede financial control of their businesses to the network.

Taking one step further back will explain why they would do this.

Operation Centers / Resort Town’s

The initial creation of the network is dependent upon the connection of approximately 500,000 mainly small businesses by 2016 in such a way that businesses are comfortable to concede a fair degree of financial control. This requires many one-on-one meetings by software, marketing and financial staff.

Said manpower needs bases and operation center’s, from which staff can spread out and meet with the businesses, whereby business can come and visit and discuss, whatever it is they would like to discuss, bringing their products to be photographed and filmed at the operation center’s media studios.

If one had to pinpoint the single most important consideration within all the work, the idea to make the operation centers independently profitable, is probably the one most would choose.

The concept was first documented on the 15th April 2011 in a letter to “The Corniche Group.” It is indeed what many would say, the major factor that changed the business plan into an economic plan.

As such bases became resort towns and operation center’s universities, the beauty of it all arises when the companies that build the town then the companies that trade in it, become the core network.

One can’t start trading in a resort until it’s built, and even with preferential planning permission, I expect we are looking at 2016 before inner resort business starts. Besides the technology companies and suppliers to the S-World Network, we start with the businesses involved in the building of the town. Not the builders and developers, that task is mainly performed internally by dedicated department within the operation center’s themselves, but the suppliers, all the suppliers, many levels deep, until one gets to the raw supplies such as sand and clay, around 250 separate businesses per development.

Each resort initially sees investment from Big Business, to the tune of $1 billion plus, 75% going directly to construction, 25% pro-rata over 4 years funds the operation center. Alongside the good PR, access to S-World, license to trade and shared access to all that will come from research and development, investors own the property and industry that is built, whether it is real estate, retail or office space, attractions or industry, and so investments are hedged by a capital asset, indeed an asset forecast to be worth twice the company’s initial investment.

Small companies in the 6000-square mile local catchment area, invest a further $1 billion plus, which due to the property hedging can come from finance companies, if necessary.

Over the first two years, all company’s profits are pro rata collected to the tune of $1 billion which in turn is used to bolster the resort construction fund. In total, in the region of $2.5 billion goes into the construction process, of which after contractor and labor fees 50% is destined for supplier companies. If there are 500 such companies, each on average has guaranteed orders of $1.5 million over 4 years, companies that produce goods that are used more, receiving more.

Next we have an example in the form of a windows manufacturer called “The Window Factory”. Windows are a more expensive part of the building process than say, light switches, as such in the example we will work on a yearly guaranteed order of $2.5 million.


The Beginning of Economics

Greece 350BC

The word economics stems from the Greek word “Οικονομία” defined as: The management or a household, or the building of a home