ICT focuses on international trade & development by disrupting and changing traditional software distribution channels. ICT’s leverage lies in combining the crowd and gig economy.
Direct selling refers to selling products directly to the consumer in a non-retail environment. Direct selling allows individuals with no experience to start a business with modest overheads. Direct selling offers user-friendly entrepreneurship to anyone: minor start-up costs and no experience required is all you need to start a business. In direct selling, distributors earn income by selling products directly to the customer. What’s more, Direct selling allows entrepreneurs to recruit others to join their sales network, sell products and increase their income potential.
ICT collaborates with network marketing ventures where sales depend on the distributor’s ability to share products and business opportunities. ICT strives to connect apps, software and services to committed and ambitious salespeople.
ICT’s portfolio of apps, software and services are sold exclusively through our ventures and affiliates. You will not find them through any other online retailers.
ICT’s direct selling business model is built on recommendations from ICT’s members to their customers.
For ICT to operate successfully as a privately held company it has an obligation to generate profitable results. Part of our revenue will be earmarked for charity projects. We aim to motivate and engage our successful leaders to join us in sustainable, legitimate charity projects.
During Q1 and Q2 of 2020, ICT will develop and launch the company’s CRS policy.
As the first vertical for digital products, it is logical to start with the industry that pays the highest commissions for new customer acquisitions. It is also the industry that is most used to work with affiliate marketing. Moreover, it is one of the most widespread industries. Finally, online gambling is heavily regulated and a sector where player protection and compliance has come a very long way in the past 5 years.
We are a start-up and cannot predict, or reveal, our long-term revenues with any certainty. Nevertheless, we are passionately committed to making a positive impact in the third world – which means engaging in CSR going forward.
We believe that in today’s world CSR is an essential part of running a business. It our responsibility to engage in sustainable, long-term projects that benefit communities in need.
Yes. For ICT to operate successfully as a privately held company within the European Union, we must comply with the relevant rules and regulations. Due to the nature and reputation of the industry we operate in, we have chosen complete transparency with respect to our business ventures. You can find further information under Corporate Social Responsibility (to be launched during Q2 of 2020).
Yes. We spend considerable human and financial resources on KYC procedures to verify our members. As KYC is a legal requirement, it is part of the expected compliance process within the European Union.
*Know Your Customer
Yes. This is part of ICT’s compliance and corporate governance policy. Furthermore, we have partnered with one of the world’s leading auditing companies to ensure we are fully compliant from a financial and legal standpoint.
Understanding our business model might seem difficult if you are not an active member of our network. Not having the right information and guides to help you can therefore create confusion and misunderstanding.
Yes. Crowd1 works with various affiliates that market products for our network to re-sell and/or for our members’ benefit.
No, Crowd1 is not a scam. We are a crowd marketing company that sells products and services through our affiliates. Moreover, ICT (and Crowd1) conducts business in accordance with the strictest European compliance policies, supervised by one of the world’s largest auditing companies.
Currently, Crowd1 sells education and training packages. However, through our affiliate partners we offer various apps, software and services. During Q2 of 2020, ICT will provide Crowd1 with additional products and services that the member network can re-sell and make extra income from.
Unlike with other companies that gives incentives yearly, Crowd1 gives incentives quarterly. What we will receive QUARTERLY is a DIVIDENDS from the 40% Profit sharing from Crowd1 compensation program that awards its affiliate a percentage of the company’s profits. The value that is distributed quarterly is not consistent or fixed because the amount awarded is based on the company’s earnings over a set period of time.
Let me give you one example. What if you would be the owner of 100 shares Microsoft.
The value of 1 share Microsoft is $189. In the past 3 years Microsoft gave $ 0.51 dividend per share. So, you own 100 x 189 = $ 18,900 and you get dividend of only $ 51. You received a little share in the profit of the company, that is shared amongs all shareholders of Microsoft.
Let’s say the profit in the past 2 months was 2,5 million euro. 40% will go to the members with a paid education pack, and owning C1 Rewards. In this example this is 1 million euro. Let’s assume there are a total of 1 billion C1 Rewards amongst the members.
Then the 1 million euro has to be shared amongs 1 billion C1 Rewards, which results in a profit sharing of € 0.001 per C1 Reward…..
Conclusion: The higher you gather C1 Rewards, the higher you will receive quarterly dividends.
Many of our affiliate partners operate within the online gaming and gambling industry. Nevertheless, in order to remain compliant, and for player protection purposes, we only cooperate with partners that adhere to the strictest industry rules and regulations. Again, we do so to ensure that gambling and betting are conducted in the safest, most responsible manner.
Crowd1 does not charge a registration fee. You purchase an education and training package when you become a member of Crowd1. Moreover, you don’t have to pay anything to become a member.
No. The education and training package you purchase when you become a member of Crowd1 is non-refundable.
Yes. Members are not obligated to stay with Crowd1 and can leave whenever they like.
Members purchase an education and training package when they become members of Crowd1. Choosing to upgrade an education package or attend any of our member events (some events require a ticket purchase) is voluntary.
ICT’s primary objective will be to supply Crowd1’s members with a library of products, apps, software and services to recommend and sell. For each sale, Crowd1 members will receive a commission. Hence, commissions paid will primarily be as a result of the sale of products/services (provided by ICT). For this reason, ICT is currently recruiting a Product Team whose main objective will be to find suitable products for Crowd1’s membership base.
No. Crowd1’s portfolio of products consists of software and apps.
With Crowd1, members decide how much time they want to spend on the business. Bonuses and remuneration are based on individual sales performance – i.e. the selling of products that are, and will be, made available (from ICT) through our affiliates.
Crowd1’s network consists of millions of highly ambitious members with a desire for entrepreneurship and sales, which provides both employment and a source of income. However, the nature of the industry means there are no guarantees, only opportunity.
No, Crowd1 is not a cult. But we are fortunate to have enthusiastic members.
No. A lack of understanding – especially on social media – has resulted in scores of reputable crowd marketing and online networking companies being labelled this way.
No, this is a common misconception. There is not a direct link between when a member joins Crowd1 and how much money he/she can make. However, earnings depend on each member’s ability to grow their network of customers and the sales of apps, software(s) and services.
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