As the sphere of influence for small enterprise shifts in favor of the Capitalization or Re-Capitalization of working capital friendly, small enterprise markets/zones (Frontier markets), working capital models and collaborative engagements are merging the strength of small enterprise and forming an effective and successful Eco-Collaborative-enterprise-oriented-World-of-its-own.
Covering more than 10 elements of the Paradigm for rural or urban development, holistic Eco collaborative capital model development might be the alternative, enhancing access to capital and adding value to your frontier market.
Aspects of Eco-Agri Capital Collaborative modeling are based on tailored building successful and sustainable Eco Impact Zones.
Adding Value? Each holistic Eco Impact facilities are designed to add-value to their communities, maximizing quality production and minimizing environmental and land waste impact. Focusing on nature and nutrition and minimizing impact on resources, Eco Impact Zones add new era workforces, and are designed to feed well in excess of 500,000 souls per Agri unit, annually.
Eco Impact Zones are developed to introduce new Eco (ecologically friendly) oriented industries, new era workforces, enhanced access to capital, and the modality required to Eco-Agri Collaborative Logistics/Modality developing alternative trade, ports, and access to other collaborative impact zones.
Eco-Agri Collaborative Capital Models are holistically composed of renewable energy facility, Aquaponic (closed system, nutrient rich) Growing Units (AGUs), Fishery (closed system, nurseries) Nursery Units (FNUs)(excrement piped to AGUs), Field Renewables (Bamboo & other low impact renewable crops), Full Security Scope, and full Modality - capable transport & logistics internally and to value chains of future.
Organization and Structures. Limited or LLC equivalents are organized in the frontier market and an Asset Management Holdings in the USA.
Request for Collaborative Consideration or Review? Frontier markets initiate interests through who may become the local Key Staging Officer. This in-country representative, with the assistance of Executive Directors, assumes responsibility for in-country preparations, collaborative recruitment, and contact and compliance with appropriate level government entities through each phase of development.
The In-Country Contact, or Key Staging Officer, becomes the primary candidate to become Managing Director of the Local Operation and Executive Member of the USA LLC. All preparations and Pre funding work is done through this officer's, and other collaborating officers or parties with working capital until funded. The Key Staging officer and prospective Managing Director would also receive shares of both entities and a percentage of the limited commission for the Collaboration upon funding. Occasionally, micro grants are provided to the Key Staging Officer to assist in collaborative assembly.
Periods of development are targeted and phased, and as a premise can take between 18 to 24 months from review to financial plan submission (FSP). Loan repayment targets 3% interest payment with a potential 15 year amortization.
The Small Farmers/Micro Farmers, landowners, secure significant ownership in the Eco Collaboration, receive share ownership of limited preferred shares, a tailored-negotiated leased compensation, and other potential benefits in exchange for long term leasing of acreage to their Collaboration.
Assembling Collaborators for design, operate, train, and transfer:
Contributing collaborators fall into two categories:
Collaborative Key Executives necessary for all phase development who contribute working capital (self fund) during each phase of development.
Organization and cost of the USA based entity is assumed by the Executive Director(s), and / or other out-of-country officers. Compensation includes limited shares, and payment of commission only upon funding.
Second are those entities recruited to satisfy the Specific Scope bid requirements to build, operate, transfer, and train the local independent contracting workers in new Eco tech sectors contributed, to and may include security and logistics techs.
Acreage thresholds - from 1,000 to 3,000 acres dependent on Sector composition. Contiguous acreage is desired for lower impact environment and to facilitate holistic development.
Prospective workforce impact - between 2,000 to 3,500, provided 6 months of sector training at training rate, followed by potential offer at higher compensated rate with merit potential. All persons are independent contractors under contract for period term and renewable.
Housing/Dorms may be included in Eco-Agri planning to facilitate on-duty workforces dependent on remoteness of facility.
Port Collaborators are of significant interests for modality and value chain development.
FSPs may range from $500 million to $1.2 billion USDs.
Candidate Sources of funding are primarily development banks but private funding could be considered.
An Executive Director and Executive Development Director are recruited to work to assist the Key Staging Officer and to design Scope, recruit collaborators, assemble and assist in FSP preparation and submission.
Collaborative possibilities deliver through cooperative, cross-border relations; and now, new paradigms are beginning to impact global entrepreneur and enterprise development and stimulating or creating new market possibilities where no markets existed before…
Enter the Eco Impact Zones, where Entrepreneur and Small Enterprise Trade Zones are developing.
Enter the Paradigm where Modality incorporates into Eco Collaborative Zones; establishing alternative ports, routes of trade and the sustainability into the value chains of the future. Join in developing the grid and enabling the micro economic corridors of developing Eco Impact Zones.