OSE Investment

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OSE is an enterprise education organization. On one side, OSE proves innovative business models, and on another, it teaches people to build a new world as collaborative entrepreneurs.


Nonprofit Foundations and High Net Worth Individuals

  1. Prove economic model - 3 bed 2 bath house built at a $50k lower cost of labor via integrated, modular design, allowing for swarming and 6x higher throughput for about 10x increased profitability. Translation - for a nominal $60k material + $60k house, house profit part is same as industry standard (25-50%) or $60k, but the model allows one to capture the value of labor efficiency through a dedicated, trained workforce.
    • This allows for margins to sustain affordable housing construction.
    • For the for-profit model, higher sale price results in comparable public benefit via revenue allocation to transformative work.
  1. Scalabilty occurs from affordable housing projects, which integrate solar energy, agrihood, and Fabrihood.

For Benefit

  1. It is free of inflation
  2. It leads to distributive enterprise
  3. It leads to DMS
  4. Equity shares are nonvoting in A/B share model. But, nobody will invest financially when there is no exit
  5. Usufruct investor - access to capital that is derisked by OSE
    1. Lifetime design equipment
    2. Craftsmanship training
    3. Lifelong access to a demonetized economy aka buying out at the bottom
    4. Paradign shift service for buying out at the bottom
      1. Esteeming services
      2. Scarcity and fear annihilation services
      3. At the point of recognition that there is never a U-Haul behind a Hearse, one can shift to solving pressing world issues and helping others

Usufruct Investment

  1. Open source equipment library with water lubricated engines
  2. Housing at $10/sf
  3. Large fraction of food-producing greenhouse
  4. Hydrogen energy
  5. PV production
  6. Village nickel-iron - 20kWhr or backup gen for night power.
  7. Lifetime supply of gasoline
  8. Lifetime supply of food.
  9. Autonomous village