The Impact Venture Parks Model
Integrated Impact Venture Parks (Venture Park )is a
bold, yet simple business model. By design it provides a
home for our five core businesses to operate collectively.
Venture Parks will be built on as little as 15 acres, but we prefer 20 acre sites. Each will operate under a similar footprint to 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 manufacturing and 60,000 square feet of combined office space.
Venture Parks is mainly a real estate development and management business model. They will own, build and lease space to its tenants - "our ventures" and others when suitable. Its offices will be located in the Integrated Ventures headquarters, in either Las Vegas or elsewhere.
Each of the tenant companies are managed by their own management teams, but collectively owned by Integrated Ventures. This structure ensures that both Venture Parks and our group of companies can grow together under a well organized and highly duplicable expansion plan within markets throughout North America.
Venture Parks are best suited for cities or regions with a base population of 500,000. Markets with 2,000,000 or more in population could support two or more Venture Parks. They are ideally suited for destination island locations that must ship in food and oil to generate power. Those regions that can benefit from increased water, food and energy security long-term.
We have also developed two (2) smaller, more compact and focused version of our Venture Park model: 1) for state and federal prison facilities called our Prison Venture Parks (Prison Parks), and 2) for cruise ship terminals called our Cruise Venture Parks (Cruise Parks).
Both our Prison Park and Cruise Park models will incorporate the Plastic2Power waste processing to power, on-site solar electric generating systems, indoor vertical farming and water making operations. Cruise Parks will also feature our CityCube cold storage and ice making facilities.
Prison Parks are designed offer paying jobs and future job training opportunities for inmates, while they produce the power, food and water needed for their individual prison location. This helps offset overall prison costs and we see huge potential in this segment, provided we get the support needed of state and federal leadership.
Cruise Parks are designed to reduce the carbon footprint of having to transport mainly 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 150 Venture, Cruise or Prison Parks in operation within 10 years within the United States, employing over 40,000 people, and generating revenues in excess of USD $3.4 billion annually from mainly food, water, power and Ice sales, plus cold storage fees.