A short summary of your project
I'm raising £3,000 to build my Bamboo/Kenaf Interior Cabin Side wall panels for the Lear Jet Ltd company aircraft in which I will have awesome results to solve the environmental problems within the aviation industry that will help all concerned travelling passengers.
Who are you?
My name is Nayarit Monroy, I am a female graduate student who has completed her studies in BEng Aviation Engineering at Kingston University. I am participating in the Fast Track Programme this summer organised by the university to help me start up my business enterprise named Aero-Bamboo which has good recommendations many followers. My website address is www.aerobamboo.uk.
What am i doing and why?
I will be making the Bamboo/Kenaf prototype cabin panels at Kingston University. I will be working closely with particular Aviation Industry's and the CAA to certify my panels to the required safety specifications. Finding new sustainable and recyclable composites is important to protect the environment and there are challenges within the aviation industry to make positive changes in making the industry more environmentally friendly.
Why is this important to me?
It is important to me to help the industry in making aware the importance of using 100% recyclable composites.
Why should it be important to you?
It would be important to donor because every penny would help in the research and development of my interior side wall cabin panels. To help further my idea and to take my product to the main industry's like British Airways.
Where will the money go?
I will spend the money in buying the materials and using it to build my panels to the dimensions and specifications of the Lear jet Aircraft.
Where will the money go if you hit your full target? I utilise the money on the finalising and testing of the prototype and to have my product government patented.
What will you do with extra funds if things really take off and you raise more than your target? I will use the extra funds to further my business website and to invest in adding more design features to the project and finally to exhibit my interior cabin aircraft panels.
How often will you give updates on progress when you're running your project or campaign? I would give updates every two weeks on the progress of my project.
Breakdown of my costs:
- Materials to include Raw Bamboo and Kenaf: £100
- Usage of Kingston University Materials Lab: Free
- Delivery Costs: £65
- Government Patent: £4000
- Venue hire Lecture Room at Kingston University: Free
- Machinery Costs at Kingston University: Free
- Travel (van hire & petrol): £60
- Production costs including film and photos: £350
- Printing costs for Flyers (50 copies): £45
- Extra Workshop Hire if required: £500
Hey, we have some fab rewards to thank everyone who donates, whatever the amount you might give, they will get a free ticket to the exhibition launch for my Bamboo/kenaf interior cabin panels at Kingston University.
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