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E TEAM

CEO/Founder: Johnny Forzani

starting receiver for the Calgary


mpeders.
of Tom Forzani also a former CFL
and the co-founder of the Forzani
up (Sport Chek, Sports Experts,
).
ns main role is lead product
igner and overseas all
nufacturing.

COO: Jesse Galvon

Successful senior executive with


considerable experience of managing
sales teams and business operations.
Jesse played Division 1 golf at the
University of San Francisco where he
graduated with two degrees in Business.
Saw an immediate need for heated
clothing products in the golf industry and
was instantly hooked.

Director: Arlene Dickinson


One of Canadas most renowned independent marketing
communications entrepreneurs. As CEO of Venture
Communications, her creative and strategic approach has
turned the company into a powerhouse with a blue chip
client list.

Advisor: Michael Barnett


Advisory Board Member. Canadian ice hockey
executive currently serving as Senior Advisor to
the President-General
General Manager of the New York
Rangers. He is best known in the world of hockey
as a former agent representing sports icon Wayne
Gretzky and numerous other sporting stars.

OUR PRODUCTS
Driving innovation in the heated clothing and
wearable tech industry
Patent-pending
pending heating system
Specialized microfiber technology

mpetitors:

igh Cost
ulky Batteries
ow Heat
o BRAND

SRP $249.99

MSRP $239.99

MSRP $129.99

ES
les from October 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015 were $252,896

tal Spend on marketing during


ng th
this period was less than $5,00

recasting to do $3,600,000 this year.

USTOMER REVIEWS

heated glove liners ever


glove liners really work. I have Raynauds and these gloves really help protect my hands. Now, if they only
e heated sock liners that would be even better.
hia Vetters

Love, Love!
lutely Love these gloves (Pro Liner). I work in a feedlot checking cattle in any and all weather. I use the low
ng and get 4 hours my hands are not hot, but they are never cold! I wear them under a pair of knitted mitts
an comfortably handle the reins. I just need another set of batteries and I can go all day!! Awesome!! I love
ob and these just made it better
gie Northcott

my hand warmer
lutely love my hand warmer 2. It is super hot inside which is great on those really cold days or when my hands
eel, well, cold. I wear it to get my kids from school and the other parents love the look and how hot it gets. My
also love it and keep trying to steal mine! Sometimes I wear it when I am at my desk working; I suffer from cold
s so this is awesome for heating them up in-between
between tasks. It looks great and it does the job.
y

THLETE REVIEWS

ether youre a beginner, intermediate or pro-level


level golfer, the iHeat Hand Warmer will help you play
er golf in cold weather conditions.
y Fleming PGA Tour Canada

of the most innovative products I have seen in over 25 years in the business.
n Toulon VP Taylormade Golf

y cool product, I will be using it on the sidelines to keep my hands warm.


ve Weatherford Punter New York Giants

d it really difficult to keep my hands warm during cold weather days and now with the iHeat Warmer, I
lways warm.
ia Ko LPGA

l definitely be wearing mine on Sunday.


ndon Browner New England Patriots

MARKETS

SPORTS

RECREATION

MEDICAL

GOVERNMENT

dustrial/Outdoor Workforce

Construction
Oil & Gas
Snow Removal
Mail Services
Power companies
Cell Phone companies
Agricultural
Revenue
COGS
Expenses
EBITA

2015-2016
2016
2016-2017
2017-2018
$4,518,625.00
$13,555,845.00
$27,111,750.00
$903,725.00
$2,711,169.00
$5,422,350.00
$1,807,450.00
$8,133,507.00
$16,267,050.00
$2,711,175.00
$5,422,338.00
$10,844,700.00

Total Market: 9 million

North American Total Addressable Market


150,000,000 People
1% market share = $270,000,000
5% market share = $1,350,000,000

ear Forecast

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016
2016-2017

2017-2018

2018-2019

Revenue

$252,053.00

$4,518,625.00

$13,555,845.00

$27,111,750.00

$81,335,250.00

Expenses

$320,456.00

$1,807,450.00

$8,133,507.00

$16,267,050.00

$48,801,150.00

EBITA

-$68,403.00

$2,711,175.00

$5,422,338.00

$10,844,700.00

$32,534,100.00

RETAIL TARGETS
500+ Stores
Currently have
Hand Warmer 2 in
20 stores.

380 stores in Canada

250+ Stores in
Canada

558 stores

50 in Canada
6,000 in Europe
Meeting
eeting with VP of
Buying Division

o
o
o

70 stores in North
America

491 stores in Canada


Meeting with VP of
Buying Division

o
o

369 stores

Exit Strategy

Under Armour Spent $500 million+ last ye


acquiring companies.
Perfect fit
it with
wi our traction in the sports,
military and health/wellness markets.
IPO

Deal

eat Wearable Technology is


eking a $1,000,000 investment for
25% equity stake. Straight equity.

inimum investment required is


10,000.

840,000 of the $1,000,000 already


ised.

nk you for your time and consideration.

more information please contact:


e Galvon COO
-869-9796
von@iheatwear.com

at Wearable Technology LTD.

resentation shall not be construed as an offering of securities by the


any, which will only occur pursuant to the terms of the Companys
ription Agreement and only with accredited investors as that term is
reted in the relevant jurisdiction.

This presentation shall not be construed as an offering of


securities by the Company, which
hich will only occur pursuant to
the terms of the Companys Subs
Subscription Agreement and only
with accredited investors as that term is interpreted in the
relevant jurisdiction.

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e Corporation believes that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking information are reasonable, there can
ca be
ce that such expectations will prove to be correct. The Corporation cannot guarantee future results, levels of activity,
acti
e or achievements. Consequently, there is no representation by the Corporation that actual results achieved will be the
ole or in part as those set out in the forward-looking information. Some of the risks and other factors, some of which
wh are
Corporations control, which could cause results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking
contained in this presentation include, but are not limited to:
d demand for the Companys products;
on for, among other things, capital and skilled personnel;
ns in foreign exchange or interest rates;
nd economic conditions
rations ability to attract and retain customers;
s in relation to variable revenue streams;
competition in the geographic areas in which the Corporation currently operates;
bility of capital on acceptable terms; and
n of the proposed equity financing.
e cautioned that the foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive. The forwardlooking
forward
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