Johnny Chankhamany

Report
AKAMAI Capital, LLC
AKAMAI Capital
Community Development Venture Capital
June 29, 2012
PLK Macadamia - King’s Landing
Virtuous Cycle: The Financial Ahupua’a
1.
Five-year applied finance and entrepreneurship
curricula articulated with UHM for college
credit during senior year of high school
AKAMAI
Finance
Academy
Technical assistance
and patient capital
spurs economic
Economic
5.
development and
Development
fosters entrepreneur’s
appreciation for
The AKAMAI Finance
education (AFA)
Ocean evaporation
forms clouds
Water flows
downhill to
Loko I’a and
ocean
AKAMAI Capital LLC
Academy
Rainfall to
mahi’ai upland
Students reinforce/apply
training by providing
technical assistance and
capital to entrepreneurs who
provide students with
opportunity to apply what
they learn
AKAMAI Capital
Living Lab
4.
2.
Education
Clouds over
ocean roll inland
Technical
Assistance,
Training &
Capital
Prepares
students for hire
into AKAMAI
Capital as
Financial
Analysts; Value
Based
Management
Rise up face of
mountain, turns
to rain
AKAMAI
Capital
CDVC
3.
For-profit sub vehicle for
advisory work and
investment; five-years
transferable track record
of work experience for
students
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AKAMAI’s Value Proposition
Education Value Proposition
Education
•
Education
The AKAMAI Foundation
Community
Economic
Development
•
Provide hands-on practical training:
−
Allows students to better compete for careers in
finance or to start their own business
−
Offering specialized training in business valuation,
and value-based management
−
Provides students with real-world experience as they
apply their training to help small businesses and
entrepreneurs within socioeconomically distressed
communities
Build financial capacity within the native community:
−
AKAMAI Capital
Cultivate skill set and track record to compete for
management of native assets based on merit
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AKAMAI’s Value Proposition
Community Economic Development Value Proposition
Community Economic Development
Education
The AKAMAI Foundation
•
Increase the availability of capital for small businesses:
− Non-traditional financing
− Provide patient “risk capital” to growing businesses
− Provide “seed” capital to entrepreneurs who are
subject area experts but lack the financial expertise
needed to raise funding for a new business
•
Assist entrepreneurs and small business owners:
− Provide Wall Street level advisory and financial
expertise normally only available to large corporations
− Teach business owners value-based management using
AKAMAI’s proprietary method
Community
Economic
Development
−
•
AKAMAI Capital
Increase the net wealth of business owners in
distressed communities
Create jobs in low- income communities:
− Invest in businesses that create jobs
− Filled by members of the community
− Create jobs that offer benefits
− Providing training and the opportunity for
advancement
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Contact
The AKAMAI Foundation
AKAMAI Capital LLC
AKAMAI Ventures
Louis F. Perez III
Chairman, The AKAMAI Foundation
[email protected]
P. 808.664.3240 | C. 808.258.4685
Robert Howe
CEO, AKAMAI Capital LLC
[email protected]
P. 808.664.3240 | C. 808.205.8064
Gerome Gregory
Managing Director
[email protected]
P. 808.664.3240 | C. 808.351.8766
Johnny Chankhamany
President, The AKAMAI Foundation
[email protected]
P. 808.664.3240 | C. 808.205.8064
AKAMAI Capital
Colin Brady
Managing Director
[email protected]
P. 808.664.3240 | C. 808.384.4975
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