I came up with my business model to pave new road in helping poor people climb out of poverty both economically and mentally. I feel that customer equity in the business is a sound concept that will capture and keep them loyal to avoid attrition as well as provide another missing link to overcome the poverty mindset.
New ideas must be tested to validate their credibility and potential for success. My personal belief is that the company should become valued in the billions and thereby still provide sufficient compensation for founders, team members, and employees.
I'm operating across two industries (financial services and helping the poor) that to my knowledge has never done anything of this nature before.
If anyone agrees with what I propose to do, are you aware of any major pitfalls that I need to look out for or things I need to put in place to reverse this move if it starts to be a problem? .
In case anyone needs more information on my business to provide an answer you can go to gofundme . com/ shared savings
or look up my indiegogo campaign or website at United Shared Savings Network.