The business model of Eggs Datacenter is more focused on the markets of developing countries such as Russia, India, and China. these markets are the most profitable for investors and have significant opportunities for growth in the field of WaaS - Workspace-as-a-Service - "Remote jobs as a service." A joint analysis of the two main markets in which the company operates, namely telecommunications and cloud services, gives the following picture: the cloud market is currently developing rapidly, demonstrating an average growth rate of 25% per year. The segment of IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) that interests us has a forecast CAGR of 34.1% by 2018, in addition, according to some experts, 20% of the IaaS market form a potential new market - WaaS, which is targeted for Eggs Datacenter , whose capacity, according to experts, will be 10 billion USD in 2018. The key competitors here will be Amazon Cloud, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and IBM. In the case of the telecommunications market, the situation is opposite - its annual growth rate is estimated at 1.7%, it is characterized by a much greater degree of consolidation: the leaders are AT & T, Nippon Telegraph & Tel, Verizon Communications, China Mobile Vodafone, America Movil, In the next five years, about 60% of the world's revenue growth will occur in developing markets - China (40%), India (12%) and Brazil (8%). The key here for the Eggs market is the segment of broadband Internet access for consumers and corporate clients. According to TMT Consulting, this market is 11-15% of the market share and is estimated at about $ 150 billion worldwide. As for risks, the rate on emerging markets in the context of a sufficiently high-tech solution and the need for certain block-and-cryptocultures from users will be quite risky - at least, a loyalty program based on tokens may not be accepted. While the most obvious pluses to project is presence at this time on the Russian market of 100+ hosts that support the project.