Risks Specific to Motoroso
1. Death, severe illness, or critical injury of Founder/CEO, Alex Littlewood. This could create a disruption in company leadership that could be difficult to recover from.
2. Severe economic downturn could slow growth of marketplace sales, and/or make it challenging to raise additional venture/growth capital as the company progresses.
3. Malicious hacking attack (i.e. DDOS) on Motoroso servers to shut down service.
4. Extremely competitive and well funded competitor(s) enters market and undermines Motoroso value and user base. A threat like this could come from existing large incumbent players, or other known or unknown early stage competitors.
5. Unforeseen political changes to employment law, offshoring restrictions, taxes, and other changes that could affect Motoroso's ability to conduct business.
6. Malicious internal attack by disgruntled employee(s) on our operations or software could put us into a position that would be very difficult to recover from.
7. Failure of planned business models to be economically viable, making it impossible to launch, manage and scale Motoroso profitably.
8. Failure to attract competent talent (Developers, sales, management, etc.) to execute of the plans of the company.
9. Unforeseen and aggressive regulatory laws effecting the sale and installation of aftermarket parts could harm the industry in a material way that makes the business no longer viable.
10. Unforeseen and aggressive regulatory laws that make it illegal or highly restricted for humans to drive their own vehicles could have severe negative impact on the aftermarket industry we serve.