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COMMUNITY

WorldWide Ltd.
Declaration of Responsibility

The Board of Directors of Community WorldWide Ltd


accepts full responsibility for all information in the
Information Memorandum and confirms that it is
correct, complete and in accordance with all known
circumstances of relevance to the establishment of a
share issue in the company. As far as we are aware,
no information has been excluded that could be
presumed or assumed to change the aims, objectives
or meaning of the Information Memorandum.

Ozan Øzerk Lars


Johan Myrtrøen
CEO COB
Index

• Statements
• Business
• The Opportunity
• Figures and Facts
• Organization
• Market Plan
• Financials
• Valuation
• Funding
• Exit
• Case Study
• Important Information
STATEMENTS
Mission Statement

CWW will develop and produce Internet based


Community Sites with focus on a global market
segment ranging from 16 to 26 years, incorporating
modern technologies and improve on concept whilst
complying with international standards,
specifications and qualities.
Vision

Become one of the biggest online community


providers in the world by providing users with state
of the art software and know-how.
BUSINESS
Business

• A company in the business of developing, running &


marketing world leading online community solutions
based on previous experience from cases in
Scandinavia with ITouch.
• A company with strong ties to the biggest telecom &
media organizations in the world, and run by highly
skilled personnel with proven track records of
success from the business.
THE OPPORTUNITY
The Opportunity

• An increasing number of people are experiencing the


great advantages that online P2P and B2P
communities provides.
• A whole new group of people, regardless of age,
gender or location is taking part in a global
communication revolution.
• New countries are providing better access to
solutions that combine internet and mobile-telecom.
The Opportunity
• This translates into large and fast growing
markets for:
• New products that enable safe and secure
communication.
• New possibilities for marketing and
targeting costumers.
• A whole new line of goods yet to be
developed and offered on consumer
demand.
• Previous examples of similar business-
cases include Myspace.com,
Youtube.com, Flickr.com and
Facebook.com
FIGURES & FACTS
Key Market
• The product appeal is primarily to young adults who are
most likely to have access to both internet and mobile
phones.
• The vast majority will be in the age of 15 - 25. Any age group
is a potential target, only limited by the site-profile we
choose to brand and our marketing profile.

• Because the product is targeted to a group of costumers


that is greatly familiar with the use of internet and mobile
phones, the start-up and economic turnover will mostly
depend on the marketing strategy.
• Indeed, with the right partner, this product will be a long
awaited product for members, and would be a great
supplement to their existing internet and mobile phone
habits.
The Competitive Advantage

• The competitive advantage of Community


WorldWide Ltd arises from having access to
software that has been firmly tested in leading
telecom/internet markets, such as Scandinavia, and
personnel that have a proven track record of
success in the business.
Specifics for the UK-market
• CWW will approach the UK Market as the first substantial
market outside Scandinavia.

• UK is experiencing a fast growth in the use of mobile


solutions; SMS, MMS, Mobile internet & Wap.

• More than 60million subscribers (exceeding the number of


citizens) sent more than 41,8 billion SMS, resulting in more
than 13 SMS each week per subscriber. (ref. MDA/Text.it)

• More than 13,3 million people used their phones for


downloads and browsing the mobile internet in the UK
during July 2006, in line with an upward global trend. (ref.
MDA/Text.it)

• Among the 10 most used sites accessed by phone Chat


sites, WAP Directories, Games/Wallpapers/Ringtones,
Mobile communities/blogging represented the vast majority.
European & UK Market

• The UK population estimate in 2001 was 59.1m in


24.1m households.
• Assuming 1 target individual per household, this
would give a UK market of 10.7m.
• This would suggest a potential European market of
(based on 159m households – before the last
extension of the European Union) of around 71m
individuals.
More Figures & Facts

• With regard to mobile ownership in the UK the age


split is as follows:
• Age 12-24 - 22%
• Age 25-34 - 20%
• Age 35-44 - 21%
• Age 45-54 - 16%
• Age 55-64 - 13%
• Age 65+ - 8%
• In the UK, as in the rest of Europe, it is expected that
more and more younger age groups will start using
mobile phones and create an even larger market for
mobile-internet; the mobile phone is no longer
reserved the adults or the rich.
Market Potential

• There are more mobile phone users than internet


users in the world today.
• With the development and growth of mobile-
internet, a large audience will have access to the
internet 24/7, and the boundaries of traditional
internet access will vanish.
• A virtual community will become as ordinary part of
life as live socialization, and people will spend more
time socializing in the virtual world than in the real
world. (CEO, Norsk Ideutvikling AS Ozan Øzerk)
Competitors vs. Mingl.co.uk
• There are many international sites that offer different
community products. Most of them do not provide the
whole aspect of an online community, but focus on
one or a few elements of it, such as only chat, or only
blog and picture gallery or focus more on dating than
friendship etc.
• The UK population is familiar with US based online
communities such as MySpace.com, Flickr.com &
Hi5.com. But, these sites do not have a “local” UK-
based profile as Mingl.co.uk will have, and the
mobile-phone activities are next to nothing.
• Mingl.co.uk’s advantages lies in its local-anchor – a
UK-community for UK’s users – and it mobile-internet
interactivity. Mingl.co.uk does also provide its users
with all common community products; chat, blog,
profile, gallery and more!
ORGANIZATION
Company Structure

• The Company is organized as a Group where


Community WorldWide Ltd serves as Mother to a
Group of National Companies with or without
Affiliates or Daughters.
• Community UK Ltd will have the name Mingl. In
Germany, Spain and so on we will either use the
same name or names more tailored to the individual
market.
The CWW Group

World Wide

The
Neather-
UK Germany France Spain Italy Turkey
lands

Austria Switzer Chile


Ireland Suisse Argentina Suisse
land

USA Inc Australia Belgium Mexico

New Singapore
Canada Hawaii Hong Kong
Zealand
Members of the Board
LARS JOHAN MYRTROEN
30 years experience in international finance and fund raising
Has held several directorships in High Tech companies, most
notably in BirdStep Norway ASA during the period of listing on
Oslo Stock Exchange.

OZAN ØZERK
CEO of Norsk Ideutvikling AS and Emineus Ltd. Has more than
10 years of experience from founding companies, latest
projects being Biip.no, Chatter.no, NordicFace.com. Have
background from Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo.
Chart

Board of Directors
Community WorldWide Ltd

Company Secretary

CEO
Name

Secretary

Sales & Marketing CFO R&D COO


Name Name NIU Name

Controller Back Office


UK Name I
Name Name

Ireland
Name II Support I

Germany

Austria

Switzerland

Spain

France

Thue Neatherlands

Italy
MARKET PLAN
Time Schedule 2007

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

Project Start

Funding

Recruitment

Start UK

Start
Germany
Roll Out 2008

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

UK

Germany

Spain

France

Italy

Netherlands

Ireland

Austria
Ownership

All shares privately held by founders and board


members :

Founders & Management 48%


NIU 19%
New Financial Partners 33%
Milestones

By end of Q4 2007:
Accumulated sales revenue: £640.000
Communities: 2

By end of Q4 2008:
Accumulated sales revenue: £14.600.000
Communities: 13

By end of Q4 2009:
Accumulated sales revenue: £44.100.000
Communities: 23
FINANCIALS
Start Up Cost UK 2007
All figures in GB£

Line no Item NOK € £


1 Set up and Programming incl NIU/Biip *) 1 372 294 167 013 110 000
2 Manning, Payroll 2007 *) 5 373 779 654 008 430 750
3 IT Equipment *) 998 032 121 464 80 000
4 Sales & Marketing *) 7 141 879 869 192 572 477
5 Office Cost *) 577 611 70 297 46 300
6 Office Equipment *) 155 943 18 979 12 500
7 Travel Expenses 286 934 34 921 23 000
8 Board meetings/salaries 449 114 54 659 36 000
9 Auditor 112 279 13 665 9 000
10 Book keeper 84 209 10 249 6 750
11 Company Secretary 28 070 3 416 2 250
12 Insurance 168 418 20 497 13 500
13 Legal fees *) 280 697 34 162 22 500
14 Financial fees *) 779 713 94 894 62 500
15 Consultancy fees *) 1 559 425 189 788 125 000
16 Other Cost *) 1 122 786 136 647 90 000
17 Other Cost Daughters 638 740 77 737 51 200
18 Telecom 422 916 51 470 33 900

Total Fees 2 619 834 318 843 210 000

Total Project Cost - UK Set Up 2007 20 491 181 2 493 849 1 727 627

Funds left for next setups 10 697 319 1 301 901 772 373
Revenue
All figures in GB£
COUNTRY 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
England 439.618 2.790.111 4.336.630 5.897.816 5.897.816 5.897.816 5.897.816 5.897.816 5.897.816
Germany 201.492 3.836.403 5.962.866 8.109.497 8.109.497 8.109.497 8.109.497 8.109.497 8.109.497
Ireland 0 107.462 186.007 289.109 393.188 393.188 393.188 393.188 393.188
Austria 0 179.144 378.990 589.059 801.120 801.120 801.120 801.120 801.120
Spain 0 873.375 2.078.633 3.230.789 4.393.873 4.393.873 4.393.873 4.393.873 4.393.873
USA 0 5.161.363 14.038.908 21.820.474 29.675.845 29.675.845 29.675.845 29.675.845 29.675.845
Switzerland 0 108.439 344.114 534.851 727.397 727.397 727.397 727.397 727.397
Argentina 0 461.599 1.757.770 2.732.077 3.715.624 3.715.624 3.715.624 3.715.624 3.715.624
France 0 600.812 2.859.864 4.445.045 6.045.262 6.045.262 6.045.262 6.045.262 6.045.262
Canada 0 240.325 1.525.261 2.797.415 3.224.140 3.224.140 1.612.070 3.224.140 3.224.140
Chile 0 79.620 2.127.753 1.178.118 1.602.240 1.602.240 1.602.240 1.602.240 1.602.240
Italy 0 143.853 2.738.959 4.257.125 5.789.690 5.789.690 5.789.690 5.789.690 5.789.690
Belgium 0 0 304.802 483.619 751.682 1.022.288 1.022.288 1.022.288 1.022.288
The Netherlands 0 0 437.909 757.980 1.178.118 1.602.240 1.602.240 1.602.240 1.602.240
Mexico 0 0 2.561.998 943.988 7.581.874 10.311.349 10.311.349 10.311.349 10.311.349
Australia 0 0 446.213 943.988 1.467.226 1.995.428 1.995.428 1.995.428 1.995.428
Turkey 0 0 1.418.502 3.376.034 5.247.322 7.136.358 7.136.358 7.136.358 7.136.358
Hong Kong 0 0 85.481 325.513 505.940 688.079 688.079 688.079 688.079
Singapore 0 0 47.870 227.859 354.158 481.655 481.655 481.655 481.655
New Zealand 0 0 30.041 325.513 505.940 688.079 688.079 688.079 688.079
Portugal 0 0 51.777 227.859 354.158 481.655 481.655 481.655 481.655
Brazil 0 0 454.516 8.653.994 13.450.779 18.293.060 18.293.060 18.293.060 18.293.060
South Africa 0 0 0 1.389.194 2.204.188 3.425.937 4.659.275 4.659.275 4.659.275

Income per year 641.110 14.582.506 44.174.861 73.536.916 103.977.078 116.501.819 116.123.086 117.735.156 117.735.156
Expenditure
All figures in GB£
ITEM 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Salaries
Salaries HQ 182.500 327.540 337.366 350.861 361.387 375.842 387.117 390.039 418.706
Salaries Daughters 248.250 1.365.906 2.748.452 3.300.922 3.389.801 3.524.463 3.623.711 3.953.856 4.056.710

Group Salaries 430.750 1.693.446 3.085.819 3.651.783 3.751.188 3.900.305 4.010.828 4.343.896 4.475.416

Sales & Marketing


S & M HQ 66.000 252.000 192.000 24.000 24.000 24.000 24.000 24.000 24.000
S & M Daughters 506.477 9.620.882 23.039.346 37.676.790 47.680.898 52.952.069 53.515.294 53.183.115 53.183.115
Sales & Marketing
Group 572.477 9.872.882 23.231.346 37.700.790 47.704.898 52.976.069 53.539.294 53.207.115 53.207.115

Office
Office Cost HQ 29.400 50.400 50.400 50.400 50.400 50.400 50.400 54.000 54.000
Office Cost Daughters 16.900 133.950 245.000 291.850 294.600 294.600 294.600 281.400 281.400

Group Office Cost 46.300 184.350 295.400 342.250 345.000 345.000 345.000 335.400 335.400

Telecom
Teleecom HQ 18.750 30.000 30.000 30.000 30.000 30.000 30.000 30.000 30.000
Telecom Daughters 15.150 108.050 209.350 246.750 248.400 248.400 248.400 239.400 248.400

Group Telecom 33.900 138.050 239.350 276.750 278.400 278.400 278.400 269.400 278.400

Other Fees & Cost


Other Fees & Cost HQ 593.000 263.000 371.500 365.000 359.000 359.000 401.000 390.000 354.000
Fees & Cost Daughters 51.200 459.450 1.069.000 1.306.050 1.337.400 1.337.400 1.331.900 1.297.200 1.337.400

Group Fees and Cost 644.200 722.450 1.440.500 1.671.050 1.696.400 1.696.400 1.732.900 1.687.200 1.691.400
Cash Flow
All figures in GB£

2007
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
Income 0 0 0 2.500.000 0 0 0 0 0 146.539 146.539 348.031 3.141.110

Expenditure 0 0 0 48.000 259.250 135.000 129.500 108.750 124.800 248.116 268.116 406.095 1.727.627

Net Movement 0 0 0 2.452.000 259.250 135.000 129.500 108.750 124.800 101.577 121.577 58.063 1.413.483

Balance 0 0 0 2.452.000 2.192.750 2.057.750 1.928.250 1.819.500 1.694.700 1.593.123 1.471.547 1.413.483

2008
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total

Income 552.209 561.979 561.979 581.884 691.056 1.428.393 1.446.466 1.538.786 1.688.989 1.769.097 1.808.907 1.952.760 14.582.506

Expenditure 430.605 452.355 471.193 500.350 626.996 1.225.325 1.239.603 1.328.418 1.465.516 1.549.073 1.600.058 1.721.685 12.611.178

Net Movement 121.604 109.623 90.786 81.534 64.060 203.068 206.863 210.368 223.473 220.024 208.849 231.075 1.971.328

Balance 1.535.087 1.644.711 1.735.497 1.817.030 1.881.090 2.084.158 2.291.021 2.501.389 2.724.863 2.944.887 3.153.735 3.384.811

2009
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total

Income 3.220.046 3.259.856 3.516.056 3.565.635 3.742.948 3.742.948 3.742.948 3.760.044 3.772.011 3.782.025 3.807.914 4.262.430 44.174.861

Expenditure 1.985.338 2.008.652 2.206.850 2.206.850 2.372.699 2.391.462 2.404.034 2.441.704 2.466.230 2.469.541 2.489.994 2.849.062 28.292.415

Net Movement 1.234.708 1.251.204 1.309.206 1.358.785 1.370.249 1.351.486 1.338.914 1.318.340 1.305.782 1.312.484 1.317.920 1.413.369 15.882.446

Balance 4.619.519 5.870.723 7.179.929 8.538.715 9.908.964 11.260.449 12.599.363 13.917.703 15.223.485 16.535.968 17.853.889 19.267.257
Profit & Loss Accounts
All figures in GB£

P&L 2007 P&L 2008 P&L 2009

Group Income Sales 641.110 Group Income Sales 14.582.506 Group Income Sales 44.174.861

Total Expenditure 1.727.627 Total Expenditure 12.611.178 Total Expenditure 28.292.415

Net Profit (Loss) 1.086.517 Net Profit (Loss) 1.971.328 Net Profit (Loss) 15.882.446

P&L 2010 P&L 2011 P&L 2012

Group Income Sales 73.536.916 Group Income Sales 103.977.078 Group Income Sales 116.501.819

Total Expenditure 43.642.623 Total Expenditure 53.775.886 Total Expenditure 59.196.175

Net Profit (Loss) 29.894.292 Net Profit (Loss) 50.201.192 Net Profit (Loss) 57.305.644
Break Even

In GB£ Break Even

140 000 000


120 000 000
100 000 000
80 000 000 Revenue Stream
60 000 000 Expenditure

40 000 000
20 000 000
0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
VALUATION
Comparable Valuation

International Community websites Scandinavian Community websites


Playhead.com
Myspace.com

6% penetration rate of Swedish population.


Bought by Fox Newscorp. from Intermix Media in March 2006.

Bought by Modern Times Group from founders in Jan. 2007.


March 2006 Members: 66 million

January 2007 Members: 530.000


March 2006 Sales value: 580 million USD
January 2007 Valuation: 18 million USD
January 2007 Value per member: 34 USD
March 2006 Value per member: 8,70 USD

Biip.no
September 2006 Members: 109 million
7% penetration rate of Norwegian population.

September 2006 Valuation: 15 billion USD


January 2007 Members: 270.000
January 2007 Valuation: 10 - 20 million USD
September 2006 Value per member: 137 USD January 2007 Value per member: 34 - 68 USD

FaceBook.com
Mingl.co.uk Expectations
January 2007 Members: 15 million
Penetration rate of UK: Valuation (35-140 USD)

January 2007 Valuation: 1 - 2 billion USD 10% 210 - 840 million USD
7% 150 - 600 million USD
January 2007 Value per member: 70 - 140 USD 5% 105 - 420 million USD
1% 21 - 84 million USD
FUNDING
Organic Growth

The concept is up and running in the Norwegian


Market and making profit.

One could choose to take on new Markets and


financing it by revenue created.
License Agreement

Licensing the soft ware to major companies within


the Industry.
Share Issue

Time of Placement March 2007

No of shares issued 50.000.000

Par Value GB£ 0,01

New Placement 16.500.000


Price per Share GB£ 0,15
Total amount GB£ 2.500.000
EXIT
Industrial Buy Out

The Board of Directors estimate that in 24 to 36


months CWW will achieve turnover large enough to
attract major market players.
A buy out could range from 33.3% to full take over.
Listing

A Public Listing could be possible within 24 to 36


Months.
The Board of Directors will consider carefully where
such a listing should take place, but the London Stock
Exchange and – or NASDAQ seems at the time being
most likely.
CASE STUDY
Biip.no
The case: Biip.no

• Biip is Norway’s largest community for young adults


(age 16-26), with almost 300 000 members (6,42%)
of a total population (regardless of age) of 4,67mil.
• Within 12 months, Biip.no grew from 0 members to
more than 200 000 members (4,28%), becoming
the fastest growing community in Scandinavia.
• Biip is a social platform for members where they can
interact with fellow members trough their personal
profile, gallery, blog, guestbook etc.
• Biip offers also news, links, chat, free SMS and a
variety of entertainment solutions.
Norsk Ideutvikling AS
The company behind the software, currently in use in Scandinavia
under the brand Biip.no/se/dk

Members of the board & shareholders:

Ozan Øzerk, CEO


Background from Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway.
Has more than 10 years of experience from founding companies, latest projects
being Biip.no.

Erling L. Andersen, COO


Background from Westerdals School of Communication, Oslo/Norway.
Former Art Director in companies such as Scandinavian Advertising Group, Schibsted
Mobile and TIBE Advertising Group.

Bo Myrås, CTO
Background from Master of informatics – University of Oslo, Norway
Former Network Administrator for Helly Hansen US & Helly Hansen Canada.

A trusted partner for companies such as Helly Hansen, Itouch, SBS


Broadcasting and more.
About the software
- Programmed in ASP.net / C#
- Database: MsSQL
- Operating system: Windows 2003 Server
- Technology includes JavaScript, AJAX and RSS

- Internal ad-serving software included; ”ASL Adserve”


- Programmed in PHP / MySQL
- Standard supported ad-formats:
768x150, 180x150, 140x350, 468x60
Profile
The software features a fully
funtioning profile.

The profile consists of:


6. Member picture
7. Member description
8. Member blog
9. Member guestbook
10.Member messagefield
11.Member friends
12.Member gallery
13.Recent member activity
14.Recent visitors to the profile
Member gallery
The software features a fully
funtioning gallery.

The gallery gives members the


opportunity to share their pictures
with fellow members and non-
members.

Only members of Biip can comment


on the pictures, but non-members
can view both the pictures and
comments.

All pictures are ”tagged” in a


database, and makes it possible
to search for.

The gallery is a popular stepstone of


Biip.no
Gallery image
Each picture can be enlarged for
better view, and be commented
on by other members.
Each picture is tagged by the
profile-owner with different
words related to the picture:
Friends, Playstation, Work,
Fun.

Each picture can also be


described by the site owner:
”My buddies and I at work
playing playstation!”
Member friends
Each member have their own
friendlist.
The friendlist gives fellow members
and non-members access to find
out more about your friends , and
gives an easy access to your
friends profiles.
The profile owner can comment on
each friends: ”My best friend
Peter, the greates friend ever.
Love you Bro!”.
The friendlist helps members to find
out about potential common
friends.
- If person A is a friend of person B,
and an other friend of person A
visits person B, he will be
informed about that person B is
friend with theier common friend,
person A – This create a strong
platform for a community growth.
Clubs
A Club is like a profile, but serves
the role of presenting an interest
and not a personal presentation.
The clubs could be based on a
theme or interest, such as
sports, music, friends-club or
fan-clubs.
Each member can either create their
own Club or join others.
Professional attendance is also
possible, such as a band creating
their official fan-site or a movie
studio creating a promotional site
for their movies.
A band could share music from past
or future releases, show
movieclips from concerts, interact
with fans trough a Blog etc.
Tag-system
Most of the content on Biip is
tagged. Tagging is a way of
catagorizing the content.

Pictures, Blogs, Profiles all contain


stuff that other members would
like to enjoy, and by tagging it it is
possible to search for the content.

Such searches could be a theme,


like ”Music” og ”Sports”, or more
spesific such as ”Rolling Stones”
or ”Tiger Woods”.

The tag-system alse gives the


audience a reflection about what
is on the agenda. The most
tagged words is gathered in a tag-
cloud that highlights the popular
themes.
Login-screen (advertisement)
Login-screen (SMS-competition)
DEMOGRAPHY
Demographics

• 202.000 members by 1.May 2006


• 270 000 members by 1.January 2007
• 56% of the members are girls, 44% are boys.
• Average age for boys: 22
• Average age for girls: 20
• 60% of the members: 16-26 age
• 46% of the members above the age of 18
• 13% of the members above the age of 26
Member Growth
User Information

• On each member we have:


• Age / date of Birth
• Gender
• Address
• Mobile phone number
• E-mail address
• Height, weight, hair & eye colour, marital status
• ...and what they are seeking (flirt, date etc).

• Such knowledge opens new doors for targeted


advertisement!
Unique visitors each week & a comparison
with other media in Norway.

Unique Visitors

140 000

120 000

100 000

80 000

60 000

40 000

20 000

0
Biip.no Hardware.no Inpoc.no Dagsavisen Gamer.no Popit
Weekly page views

Page Views

8 000 000
7 000 000
6 000 000
5 000 000
4 000 000
3 000 000
2 000 000
1 000 000
0
Biip.no Hardw are.no Inpoc.no Dagsavisen Gam er.no Popit
FINANCIAL
Income versus Expenses 2006

General income Premium SMS

Ad income Expenses

250 0000

200 0000

150 0000

100 0000

50 0000

1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr


Income versus Expenses 2006

Advertisment 75 000 90 000 120 000 135 000 160 000 175 000 190 000 200 000 250 000 280 000 380 000 380 000
SMS 28 000 102 000 146 000 179 000 210 000 220 000 230 000 250 000 260 000 280 000 300 000 320 000

Q1 sms 276 000 Q2 sms 609 000 Q3 sms 740 000 Q4 sms 900 000
Q1 advertisment
285 000 Q2 advertisment470 000 Q3 advertisment640 000 Q4 advertisment 1 040 000
Q1 income 561 000 Q2 income 1 079 000 Q3 income 1 380 000 Q4 income 1 940 000

Q1 costs 350 000 Q2 costs 600 000 Q3 costs 700 000 Q4 costs 800 000

Q1 total 211 000 Q2 total 479 000 Q3 total 680 000 Q4 total 1 140 000

Total 2006 2 510 000


IMPORTANT
INFORMATION
Company Logo
Details

Community WorldWide Ltd


Company reg. no. UK 883 916 182
45, Windermere Road
Nantwich, Cheshire
CW2 8RJ
United Kingdom
Phone
Home page : www.CommunityWorldWide.com
E-mail : admin@CWW.com
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