Antigua Sustainable Aquaculture & Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture
Dubai, 17th October, 2016 - Antigua Sustainable Aquaculture ("ASA") and Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture ("GSA") are separate companies but share the same technologies and methodologies, senior management and business models.
A unique aspect of the ASA and GSA business model for the investor is the opportunity to join the high technology paradigm via Intellectual Property ("IP").
ASA and GSA are using the latest proven technology in aquaculture available in the world today. More importantly, ASA and GSA are improving certain technologies where they own the Intellectual Property rights. These IP rights can be extremely lucrative in the short term as well as long term.
For example, the unique IP may be licensed to other aquaculture projects and fish farms for an annual fee plus a percentage of their annual gross sales. A simple franchise model utilizing ASA's and GSA's high tech Intellectual Property.
This IP profit center is in addition to the sales of the core aquaculture products such as fish and seaweed.
ASA and GSA are the only companies in the worldwide citizenship by investment market offering the IP profit center in addition to core product profits and equity growth. Their high tech Integrated Multi Trophic Aquaculture ("IMTA") model allows for the IP aspect to be an additional benefit for the CBI/CIP investor.
Director Nicholson and Director Stanley Secure a Safe Venture
ASA and GSA are very serious about protecting their businesses and as such, conduct in depth due diligence on potential service and product suppliers, technology providers, agencies, agents, investors, professional advisors such as attorneys and accountants, and any other person or entity desiring to be involved in ASA and GSA. This extends to governments as well.
ASA and GSA have appointed two recently retired, Senior FBI Special Agents, W. Nicholson and J. Stanley to their respective Advisory Board of Directors, Due Diligence and Compliance.
Both Directors have retired from the Caribbean region where one was in charge of the entire region based out of the US Embassy, Barbados and the second was in charge of the northern Caribbean, based out of the US Embassy, Bahamas. They held Lead Legal Attaché responsibility for international coverage beyond the Caribbean. FBI national security and criminal investigations covered more than 30 countries. Included in their portfolios of responsibility were the citizenship by investment programs of the entire region. They are familiar with the governments offering these programs, the individuals in the governments involved in the programs as well as the due diligence procedures and third party due diligence providers. They are aware of the strengths and weaknesses.
Director Nicholson and Director Stanley, Due Diligence and Compliance, will interact in all aspects with the Governments of Antigua & Barbuda and Grenada to facilitate the due diligence processes on new clients/investors. Visits to Grenada and Antigua are being scheduled for October.
ASA and GSA expect much smoother and seamless administration and communication regarding due diligence issues in the future.
ASA and GSA welcome Directors Nicholson and Stanley to their respective Advisory Board of Directors.
Dr. Jazaer Dawody, dedicated to renewable and sustainable energy creation, has joined the Advisory Board of Directors
ASA and GSA have appointed Dr. Jazaer Dawody to their respective Advisory Board of Directors, Alternative Energy. The energy requirements to support hatchery operations are quite high and ASA and GSA are dedicated to renewable and sustainable energy creation.
Dr. Dawody is a Director of Volvo in Gothenburg, Sweden. There, she manages the advanced technology and research laboratories in the areas of Propulsion Technology and Energy Conversion & Storage.
Dr. Dawody has been the Project Manager for programs with the Swedish Energy Agency and Mistra (the Swedish foundation for strategic environmental research) as well as the EURO Joint Industry and Academic R&D project sponsored by the European Commission for the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
Well-travelled and fluent in 6 languages, Dr. Dawody earned her Ph.D. in Materials Science from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, an MBA in Management from Edinburgh Napier University, UK and a Master of Science in Chemistry from Chalmers University of Technology.
International achievements include the Chair for the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Committee in Colorado, USA in 2012 and in Kingston, UK in 2014; Member in the Scientific Committee of Catalysis and Automotive Pollution Control in Brussels in 2009 and 2013; and is a Member of the Editorial Board for Renewable Energy Journal.
ASA and GSA welcome Dr. Dawody’s expertise and welcome her to their respective Advisory Board of Directors.
Welcome Aboard University and Research Liaison Staff Appointment:
Alexandra Ford and Dr. Antonio Delgado Flores
ASA and GSA have appointed Alexandra Ford to the position of University and Research Liaison.
This position entails the coordination and interaction between ASA, GSA and Universities and Research Facilities.
This is a very important aspect of current and future operations. It allows access to the latest research and technical advances as well as allowing ASA and GSA input into research being done by top universities and research stations.
Another aspect is the liaison for cross training and student exchange between ASA/GSA staff and the universities. This allows corporate staff the opportunity to be trained off island and the universities and research facilities to conduct real time studies on island. The relationship building developed between the parties with this system is invaluable.
Alexandra Ford, located at the University of Miami, is ideally positioned for travel between the various locations. Personal interaction with the department heads, students and research staff as well as research site visits are instrumental.
In addition to welcoming her to the University and Research Liaison position, ASA and GSA also welcome Alexandra Ford to their respective Advisory Board of Directors, University and Research.
Dr. Antonio Delgado Flores began his studies in Spain at COVAP in 1988 and graduated with honours as a D.V.M. from the University of Veracruz in 1998. Following the university he joined the staff of one of Panama's largest conglomerates, Melo. Dr. Delgado earned the position of Head Manager of their Fisheries Division which entailed all aspects of the conglomerate's fish operations from growth, survival and sustainability to marketing of the end products.
His continuing education has included animal and fish production in Brazil, Honduras and Mexico.
Dr. Delgado began his own veterinary business after deciding to leave the corporate world and has become the "Veterinarian to the Rich and Famous" in Panama. His clientele consists of VIP clients including Presidents to film stars.
ASA and GSA welcome Dr. Delgado to their respective Advisory Board of Directors.
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ASA and GSA have worldwide presence. Including Grenada, Antigua, Panama, Toronto, Florida, Moscow, Dubai, Tehran, Taipei, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.
Federal Compliance Guarantee
Antigua Sustainable Aquaculture and Grenada Sustainable Aquaculture take the utmost precautions in protecting their investors and product. Welcoming aboard recently retired, Senior FBI Special Agents, W. Nicholson and J. Stanley to their respective Advisory Board of Directors, Due Diligence and Compliance.
With renewable and sustainable energy as our protocol we welcome Dr. Jazaer Dawody
Dr. Jazaer Dawody’s experience in sustainable energy will further enhance the objectives of our fisheries. Executing fisheries while using renewable and sustainable energy is the protocol as we get underway. Helping reduce the carbon footprint left.
Staff Appointments: Dr. Antonio Delgado Flores and Alexandra Ford
We welcome Dr. Antonio Delgado Flores to our Advisory Board of Directors, an elite veterinarian with high end clientele based in Panama. As well as Alexandra Ford, Research and University Liaison, based out of Miami with connections to research advances and fishery development.