Business Model And Member Needs

Each T.F.R corp business has ONLY the ability to supply as much of its services to members as it makes in ‘profit’. Overall the objective is to eventually control the resources required to attain self-sufficiency and close the production loop and hence make production cost nothing.
ie. If T.F.R.corp owns a company making shirts it has overheads such as the purchase of material or fibre and electricity among others. It needs to sell as many shirts as it needs to cover those costs before it can start to supply the members. But as T.F.R.corp grows and purchases a solar company and a fibre company it can effectively supply itself with those needs cutting those costs.
The other main costs in the businesses will be the loan payments required to pay that business off and also any employee costs. Required to maintain that business. The loan will eventually be paid off as an expense of that business. The employee’s will be eventually replaced with new members fulfilling their work requirements. Following T.F.R corp principles future plans will be to develop robotics to replace these workers as much as possible cutting those operational costs out as much possible.
As it grows the corp will be able to cut its own costs increasing its profit margin every time it takes on a new resource meaning it can either supply more to the members or grow faster.
With each part of the supply chain that is bought into the corporation it reduces the need to make money at all. Once all businesses are owned outright, and employees have been replaced with automation or new members the need for profit or money disappears entirely.
Profits only purpose at that point is to allow us to grow making more services available for existing society members and the ability to develop more housing and infrastructure for more people to become members.
Eventually T.F.R corp will becomes large enough to support however many sponsors have been there supporting the corp and even more, everyone in the entire world , to leave money once and for all in an abundant first class society.
A consideration to be mentioned here would be that each individual business doesn’t need to make profit even at first as long as the overall corporation profit is covering all business overheads
Ie. The aforementioned shirt business might need to supply all its available shirts to T.F.R. corp members cutting into its profit margin and this wouldn’t matter as long as T.F.R.corps other businesses were making enough profit to pay the overheads from the shirt business as well as their own.