The Impact Venture Parks Model
Integrated Impact Venture Parks (Impact Parks )is a
bold, yet simple business model. By design it provides a
home for our five core businesses to operate collectively.
Impact Venture Parks Inc. (IVP), is being established as a stand-alone division of Integrated Ventures.
Once underway, they will oversee the development and operation of all global Impact Parks we build on and average 20 acre sites. Each will operate a similar footprint as the one shown in the conceptual rendering above. Collectively, the five buildings shown will house our companies and comprise over 355,000 square foot of space.
IVP will serve as the parent company that owns and operates the network of Impact Parks directly for profit. Each of the tenant companies are managed by their own management teams, but collectively owned by IVP, which in turn is owned by Integrated Ventures.
This structure ensures that both Impact Parks and our group of companies can grow together under a well organized and highly duplicable expansion plan within markets throughout North America, the Hawaiian and Caribbean Islands.
Impact Parks are best suited for cities or regions with populations of 500,000, or regional markets with 2,000,000 or more in population that can benefit from increased water, food and energy security long-term. Our initial market focus is to seek out cruise ship port terminals within the United States and Caribbean. Smaller island countries could also support Impact Parks, and are ideally suited for island tourist resort destinations.
Cruise Parks are designed to reduce the carbon footprint of having to transport produce to docks, provide bottled AirWater, plus dockside electrical hook-ups for ships, over having to run engines non-stop while in port. They will also offer cold storage of related frozen food items and provide ice.
Integrated Ventures estimates having over 50 Impact Parks in operation by 2030 within the United States, Caribbean and South Pacific, generating revenues in excess of USD $2.6 billion annually from mainly food, water and power sales, plus cold storage fees.