1

Due Diligence

A.

Introductory meeting with Company’s Senior Management and Stakeholders with Ohanae due diligence team

a.

Collect alignment on investment requirements.

b.

Develop customized due diligence punch list.

c.

Create customized secure data room.

B.

Perform Comprehensive Due Diligence on the Company

a.

In-depth analysis of business model.

b.

Review of the market opportunity.

c.

Review management team qualifications.

d.

Examination of corporate documents.

e.

Review financial models.

f.

Validate investment structure.

g.

Review tax implications.

h.

Perform 3rd party background checks.

i.

Examine and review financial statements and tax returns.

j.

Perform vendor and customer channel checks.

k.

Verify corporate compliance.

l.

Review and assess technology.

m.

Additional activities as needed.

C.

Create Investment Summary

a.

Present summary to Ohanae investment committee and/or capital market partners.

b.

Draft final term sheet for approval.

c.

Issue final term sheet.

d.

Mutually execute term sheet.

2

Equity Distribution

A.

Prepare Investment Offering

a.

Prepare compliant investment documents.

b.

Complete legal review.

c.

Complete compliance review.

d.

Securities filing as appropriate with regulatory body.

B.

Create Marketing Materials from Offering Documents

a.

Investment tile for website.

b.

Investment summary sheets.

c.

Re-purpose company deck for security sales / regulatory compliance.

d.

Graphic work for offering.

e.

Links to executive summary.

f.

PR announcement copy and graphics.

C.

Post offering to Asset Tokenization Platform

a.

Automatic early announcement sent to Ohanae platform subscribers.

3

Distribution of Security

A.

Securities Marketing Process

a.

Posted to Ohanae platform.

b.

Reach out to key investors in the Ohanae network.

c.

Speak to appropriate clients.

d.

Feature article on offering launch in Ohanae newsletter.

e.

Press Release about launch of the offering.

f.

Place investment tile on weekly Ohanae newsletters.

g.

Targeted custom email to Ohanae Alliance member broker-dealer network.

h.

Targeted custom message to investors who have invested in similar deals.

i.

Custom list from CAPIQ, CrunchBase, LinkedIn, and Pitchbook.

4

Investor Relations

A.

Production of Q&A video featuring client & Ohanae representative

a.

Utilized as a link for investors.

b.

Displayed on company website.

B.

Roadshow pitch cocktail events

a.

Ohanae monthly investor event presentations.

b.

Regional and international investor event presentations.

C.

Ongoing public relations and investor relations for issuer

a.

Public relations and press releases about the company and the current raise to keep awareness in the marketplace from different sources.