Monthly Cashflow

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Hey Simon, As requested, kindly find below: 1. What capital are you guys looking at operating=2.5m 2. What are the sources=loan from directors is it members contribution or loan and how much is it=2.5m, 3. Give me some of the expenses like office expenses that we need to include in the projections: This is an example of what we used for September: MONEY OUT Date Use 12/09/2015 4,000.00 new lock and labour 18/09/2015 3,510.00 office essentials 19/09/2015 190.00 easy chrome hooks 19/09/2015 5,000.00 IT solutions 19/09/2006 30.00 banking charges 14/05/1901 500.00 petroleum

21/09/2015 14,000.00 lunch and fare for panellist for two days 28/09/2015 9,000.00 deposit techhub for design 28/09/2015 4,500.00 engraved plate and rubber stamp 28/09/2015 30.00 banking charges 28/09/2015 3,993.00 office essentials 29/09/2015 500.00 design from incredible signs 29/09/2015 200.00 transport to itax centre railways 30/09/2015 6,000.00 daima management consultant 30/09/2015 30.00 banking charges

01/10/2015 25,200.00 aims research mpesa 01/10/2015 330.00 bank charges 01/10/2015 97,440.00 rent 01/10/2015 1,500.00 electricity 01/10/2015 5,800.00 parking 02/10/2015 30.00…...

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