Business Plan

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization we develop technical skills to conduct research in the area of science which applies mathematical and scientific principles so that we can solve practical problems for the benefit of society.

As Big Rex volunteers we will become proficient at e-commerce and gig economy opportunities so that we can knowledgeably train people to make a primary or secondary living and help Big Rex raise funding to explore new opportunities to help others.

As Big Rex volunteers we train and give software developers work experience so that they can find work during the early years of their career. We will extend that training to help people with other skills.

FUNDING BUSINESS OPERATIONS

* Income from mission-related volunteer gig economy and e-commerce work.
* File for 501(c)3.
* Receive 501(c)3 designation.
Write a simple funding request.
Write for grants.
Ask for donations.
Special periodic fundraising efforts.

EDUCATION

Develop low cost or free methods of education to help new developers get started. Can be local or remote.

* Start developing curriculum.
* Setup Learning Page
Consistently add new training resources.
Find and attend local development seminars.

  • * Software Development
  • Accounting and Business Taxes
  • Proposals and Grant Writing
  • Online Marketing
  • Business Startup
  • Public Speaking and Teaching
  • Creative Arts – Photography, Videography, etc.
    • Fundamentals of Light
    • DSLR Principles
    • Using Lightroom to Manage Workflow
    • External Lighting
    • Color Theory
    • Shooting Manual at Events
    • Adobe Photoshop
    • Adobe Illustrator

Find someone to test curriculum.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

* Setup Phoenix guide.
Create handout for visitors to Phoenix to encourage them to visit the online guide and also learn more about us.
Create a simple website with database to host an improved version of the guide.

Setup local teaching lab.
Setup a local development users group meetup.
Participate with and sponsor events like Desert Code Camp (usually in October).
Inexpensive certification testing center
Encourage development of 24/7 facilities open to the public for workspaces and meetings

ORIGINAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Create open source internal and external projects to solve practical mathematical and science problems.
Get developers to create and maintain projects to build real world experience.
Use software development income to help grow new and existing programs.

CAREER ASSISTANCE

Setup a staffing agency.
Find recruiter(s) to help us out on commission basis.
Permanent placement first until cash flow buffer is built up.
Find external senior professionals to get hired out.
Use employment placement income to help grow programs and minimize tuition for new professionals.

Use developers and internal staff to support employers, our placements, and our employer’s software teams with technical knowledge to help them all succeed. They aren’t hiring our developer, they are hiring all of us.

Stay in touch and meet regularly with placed developers and employers.
Maintain extreme agility to keep up with teaching and supporting latest technologies.

PROMOTION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Help people create businesses of their own.