The last few decades have seen a push towards globalization. In recent years, there’s been pullback for localization. We don’t see it as an “either/or” situation. We believe that in today’s business and political scene, a successful approach should use a combination of both—a focus on regional strengths elevated into the global market. By implementing a sustainable operational system that is interdependent—both domestically and internationally—we revitalize rural communities, spur economic growth, create rewarding job opportunities, fuel cross-cultural understanding, and promote mutually beneficial business exchanges. We use a comprehensive roadmap to allow all parties in these exchanges to flourish and remain agile and adaptable in a fluid marketplace. We provide transparency for each component of the production, process, and supply chains while maintaining consumer quality/affordability and conscientious sustainability. Our competence, experience, and in-depth understanding of nuances in the marketplace—and steps within the process that are often misinterpreted—enable us to employ innovative solutions.

In anticipation of the current climate, we have brought together global business leaders, innovators, and capital with like-minds and shared visions for how goods and services should be handled—including agriculture/production inputs, trade, logistics, technology transfers, building products/materials, energy conservation, and clean water—with social responsibility and feasible economics.

It is time for a different approach, and a new definition of value.