Progress Report
16th February 2015
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Wattblock sent out it's first press release last week announcing its partnership with Microsoft CityNext.

To assist municipal governments in understanding energy waste in residential buildings we have been trialling data visualisation and heat mapping tools. Mapping Wattblock energy reports across one council municipality (right) shows up to 400% overspend on electricity (dark red).
We have now completed the design phase on our first buildings for energy-saving retrofit and have engaged electricians to proceed with fit-out. The data we collect will further assist with improving our energy analytics. Wattblock's buildings under energy management are on track to double this week.

Recent masterclasses we've attended have been in B2B negotiation, B2B selling and legals for setting up Employee Stock Option Plans in our changing regulatory environment. We also thank Telstra Media and Telstra Ventures for setting up meetings on our behalf and Telstra's pricing team for reviewing our latest 'go-to-market' offer.

The China trade mission is drawing closer. We currently have four UNSW based translators working to convert our material to Chinese.
7-9 March 2015    Telstra muru-D trade mission: Shanghai
10-12 March 2015    Telstra muru-D trade mission: Shenzhen
13-15 March 2015    Telstra muru-D trade mission: Beijing
18-19 April 2015   Shenzhen state sponsored
4-6 May 2015        CEBIT Exhibitor Sydney
7 May 2015   Telstra muru-D Demo Day
10-16 May 2015        1776 Challenge Cup: Washington DC

We have two key things we require assistance on at present. If you have any contacts in China in municipal government, LED lighting, electric vehicles or the property management sector please let us know. Also, we are looking for further introductions into financial institutions which have carbon lending and environmental upgrade finance products both in Australia and in China.
Our customer engagement starts with a free report identifying energy waste in buildings. If you have not already done so, we recommend you create a Wattblock Report for a building.

Brent Clark
CEO and Founder
Mobile: +61 (0)414 900 515


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