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Building the digital brands of the future

Community Commerce Changes Everything

By allowing ordinary fans and influencers to tap into and monetize their communities and followers, SponsorsOne (CSE:SPO) (CNSX:SPO.CN) (Frankfurt:5SO), (OTC:SPONF) is replacing conventional influencer marketing with a properly incentivized and decentralized sales force.

 

Brand Creation Experts

SponsorsOne’s team of entrepreneurs, former brand executives, advertising experts, supply chain professionals, and technology innovators have the skills and experience to build brands in innovative new ways.

 

Data Driven Consumer Insights

By tracking and analyzing digital brand engagement in real time, SponsorsOne’s platform allows for unprecedented insight and understanding of consumer engagement, attention, and demand.

 

Beyond Influencer Marketing

By moving beyond conventional influencer marketing to something the company calls Community Commerce, SponsorsOne is using technology to rethink demand creation and customer acquisition.

 

Decentralized Rewards

With its decentralized SponsorCoin platform, SponsorsOne allows brands to connect directly to consumers, gaining insight into their brand behavior and even rewarding or sponsoring valuable engagement directly with individual payments and cash commissions.

 

Demand On Demand

This combination of data and incentives allows SponsorsOne to engineer demand for its products and brands with a degree of certainty that used to be considered impossible.

 

Proven Results

Already successful with several brands in the alcoholic beverage space, Sponsors One is now moving into recreational plant products backed by deep understanding and creation of consumer demands.

 

Acquire, Scale, Exit at Profit

That’s the strategy for this brand building powerhouse, and so far things are right on track.

 

The Decentralized Future of Ecommerce

Supporting up to 10 layers of commission structure, SponsorCoin gives brands the power to track exactly who is generating their sales and engagement online, and reward these people accordingly.

 

Taking the Guesswork out of Brand Creation

What if creating a successful, profitable brand could be brought into the realm of exact science? With enough data, and the technology to appropriately analyze that data, how confident could a company be that their brand would succeed? And what happens when you add in the power of incentives to this picture?

That’s exactly what SponsorsOne (CSE:SPO) (CNSX:SPO.CN) (Frankfurt:5SO), (OTC:SPONF) is doing with its revolutionary platform that puts the power of big data at brand creators’ fingertips. 

 

Finding a Better Way

The team behind SponsorsOne combines expertise in brand building, production, technology, and user experience to create something powerful and unique.

After extensive experience in the conventional way of doing things, SponsorsOne’s team knew there had to be a better way. Starting with influencer marketing in 2006, the company has since grown into an innovative and very talented breakthrough brand powerhouse with the technology to both understand and create demand across industries.

Tracking Consumer Behavior 

From Facebook likes to ecommerce purchases and more, consumer behavior and engagement with a brand tells a story. People knowingly or unknowingly reveal their own preferences, desires, and dislikes. 

The only problem is, until recently, most brands weren’t really paying attention. Even if they wanted to, they didn’t really know where to begin. SponsorsOne changes all this with its innovative technology platform that allows brands to look deeper into how their customers are interacting and engaging with the company.

 

The Power of Community Commerce

In today’s digitally native world, companies no longer have the luxury of simply guessing what consumers are looking for. They may get lucky, sure, but they could also end up wasting vast sums of money promoting a brand that nobody actually wants. 

Like it or not, consumer behavior online is highly visible. It can be tracked, aggregated, and analyzed, and by doing this, brands can gain incredible insights into their customers’ preferences and decision making process. 

But what if brands could go beyond just collecting data? What if this power could be used to not only reward people who drive sales, but to give these people the tools they need to create serious demand, and a respectable income in the process?

 

 

 

Rewarding Valuable Engagement

In business, insight is power, and it didn’t take long for SponsorsOne’s stable of brands to realize just how valuable each act of consumer engagement really is.

Liking or sharing something on social media puts the brand in front of new consumers, and often serves as a form of endorsement. If your friends like something, you’re more likely to purchase it for yourself.

Companies have known this for a very long time, and the current iteration of influencer marketing is a perfect example of the principle in practice. But while conventional influencer marketing leaves the engagement, and the rewards, to a few select “influencers” with large followings, SponsorsOne is putting this power back into the hands of the individual consumer, turning them, in essence, into a massive, decentralized sales army. 

 

Decentralized Commission Payments to Customers

With SponsorCoin, SponsorsOne allows brands to directly compensate their most passionate and engaged customers for the valuable promotional services they provide. A recommendation from a friend is worth much more than one from a stranger, and smart brands are now able to give consumers a piece of the value their engagement and endorsements help generate.

Through this revolutionary decentralized incentives model, rewards can be provided, automatically, not just to the top 1% of paid brand “influencers,” but to everyone who participates in the community and helps build knowledge and support of the brand.

Although the SponsorCoin platform is capable of tracking up to 10 layers of connections and commissions for a sale, the company recommends brands stick with 2 layers at most. This provides community managers and salespeople a larger commission each and keeps the process manageable. 

Each community has a dashboard showing them the leads they’ve generated, allowing them to reach out directly or through conventional marketing channels to get these people to convert. The system tracks all of this, and rewards or commissions are paid directly to the community members’s Stripe account. This essentially turns dedicated fans into an effective and decentralized sales force.

 

Scaling Customer Relationships

Now more than ever, the relationship between a consumer and a brand is exactly that; a relationship. Properly maintained and nurtured, the relationship can go on for years, and a passionate customer can bring many new converts to the brand.

But like any relationship, maintaining this takes work, and even one mistake or act of neglect could ruin the entire thing, wasting years of effort. 

With SponsorsOne and SponsorCoin, brands can build, strengthen, and reward the kinds of authentic engagement that has proven to be most valuable in growing the business. Customers feel understood, valued, and that they’re part of a community.

Brands get the passionate fans and authentic engagement that then brings in more customers and growth. Community members, especially the most effective among them, get a new and highly scalable source of income that pays them to promote their favorite brands online.

 

Real world results

SponsorsOne walks the talk. They’ve put their money where their mouth is, and already have the results to show for it.

Starting with a portfolio of alcoholic beverage brands, the company has succeeded in significantly growing not just brand awareness and presence, but also sales and revenue.

Following a business model of acquire, scale, exit on the brand building side, the company has the ability and the technology to reliably repeat the process again and again, building real world demand based on deep insights into consumer behavior and desires. 

 

Summary For Investors

These days, the relationship between the consumer and their favorite brands is more personal than ever before. A passionate fan is valuable, and SponsorsOne is giving brands a powerful way to both track and incentivize that valuable engagement by turning fans into a decentralized sales force. 

The company, founded by brand building and business experts, has the experience and the knowledge to build successful, breakthrough brands, and they’ve already proved it multiple times, most notably with their successful lines of alcoholic beverages. 

With the SponsorCoin platform, brands can track consumer engagement online, build community and relationships with individual customers, and even reward the most valuable forms of engagement in a completely decentralized and scalable way.

For community members, promoting their favorite brands becomes a lucrative source of income, and can easily scale into a real business at the high end, with commissions of up to 20% paid directly to their Stripe accounts.

On the branding side, SponsorsOne is pursuing a very smart acquire, scale, exit model with its stable of brands, and is already seeing significant success.

SponsorsOne Inc. trades under (CSE:SPO) (CNSX:SPO.CN) (Frankfurt:5SO), and (OTC:SPONF).

 

In the News

 

Management

Myles Bartholomew

CEO

In the world of sponsorship, Myles Bartholomew has been sponsored by over 40 different brands throughout his professional motocross career. During this time, he co-founded MXM Nation to assist amateur athletes to access their favorite sporting brands From this personal experience in the traditional form of sponsorship, Myles was inspired to launch SponsorsOne to create a social platform where passionate consumers can gain access to sponsorship from their chosen brands.

 

Charles Sung

CFO

Mr. Sung is a Partner of CAN Partners LLP, a Canadian CPA and consulting firm, and is a seasoned CFO for other junior public companies and startup companies. Through his sixteen years of experience, Charles provides business/financing consulting, accounting, assurance and general tax services to private and public entities. Before opening his own practice, Charles was an Assurance Manager at MNP Canada, and has managed numerous audit and consulting engagements and advised on technical accounting and auditing issues for private and public clients. Charles graduated from University of Toronto with a Master of Management of Professional Accounting degree and a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

 

Ricardo Camargo

Chief Brand Officer

Ricardo is a creative marketer and strategist in the global brand space. With over 20 years of experience, passion, and knowledge of consumer culture and a proven track record of growing iconic consumer brands, Ricardo has evolved into a creative, strategic, and business leader. He has worked with global clients such as Adidas, Medterra, Oakley, and Burton and specializes in innovative “brand design” for early-stage and established companies. He has worked across a range of verticals, including: Consumer Packaged Goods, Food & Beverage, Hospitality, Health-tech, and Consumer Electronics.

 

Gary Bartholomew

Chairman

Gary is a serial entrepreneur, having built twelve tech start-ups, created $1.5B in market capitalization, and managed both public and private company exits. He is a University of Waterloo founding advisor MBET and GBDA and graduate BSc. 1983

 

Doug Beynon

Director

Dr. Beynon is a seasoned entrepreneur, executive, advisor, mentor and investor with over 35 years of senior management experience. He has been directly and indirectly involved in commercializing multiple technologies and has restructured organizations, managed small to medium enterprises, started private and public companies, advised and mentored corporations, and secured investment funding.

 

Wit Ostrenko

Director

President and Founder of Celerity Investments, Inc., Wit consults on financial, planning, fundraising, and investments of most notably, not-for-profit large institutions, and works with Boards of Directors and senior management in visioning for the future and practical ways to raise operating standards for future growth as well as raising resources for Endowments, Capital Improvements, and Operations..

 

Bryce Bonneville

Corporate Governance, Compliance and Legal

Specializing in Canadian securities law, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, Bryce has over 20 years of focused experience assisting early stage and development stage companies both private, going public and publicly listed..

 

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  • Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - SponsorsOne Inc. (SPONF)
  • Amount & Form of Compensation - $850,000 in Restricted Common Stock
  • Who Paid for the Campaign & Position with Company if any - SponsorsOne Inc. (SPONF)
  • Period of Campaign - 2/18/2022 - 2/18/2023
What securities of the Profiled Issuers do we hold? The positions we hold of the Profiled Issuer are set forth below. We plan to sell these securities during the Campaign.
  • Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - SponsorsOne Inc. (SPONF)
  • Number of Shares We or our Affiliates Hold - 85,000,000
  • Price We Paid Per Share - $0
  • Date Issued - 2/18/2022

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