The Company is viewed as an emerging growth company, potential benefactor of the JOBS Act of 2012 and, as a diversified holding company. In addition to the current agreement for the acquisition of Monochrome, Firma will continue to focus on emerging and middle market domestic and international investment opportunities. Firma is evaluating the acquisition of other interests, joint ventures, and licensing agreements with qualified companies within the consumer and industrial products industries.
Firma’s Board of Directors has established a plan of operations that includes Monochrome’s ongoing business operations, together with the operations of certain potential acquisitions it can demonstrate under contract, or as being a work-in-progress.
The Company understands that the existing consumer products market is driven by health concerns and aided by expanding product awareness. By combining the two under a single business model, Monochrome can expect to meet market demand by introducing a multitude of new products along with its current Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Sanitizer business. Moreover, by Monochrome’s exploitation of its products, it expects to attract partners for other products in the consumer and industrial channels that will expand as Monochrome’s product development increases.
Monochrome's Board of Directors believes that by utilizing the company's traditional and contemporary delivery methods (through its partners, such as beverage and food distributors), will best serve its development. Additionally, Monochrome’s use of non-traditional distribution and delivery channels (such as brokers who will drive business in health care, universities, and health awareness markets) will be equally effective.
Jamore FBI markets multiple unique food and beverage products through its significant relationships throughout the food and beverage service distribution system. This process includes the expanding private label market as well as working with operators to purchase branded items from distributors. In addition, the sales teams will work to market various products directly to retailers.
Saddle Creek Resources is actively seeking to acquire mining properties, which may be primarily productive of silver, but may also contain associated by-product metals, such as gold, lead, and zinc in lesser quantities. As of the date of this prospectus Saddle Creek Resources has been looking at various prospects in the U.S. and Mexico, but has not yet acquired any mining properties.
Advanced Carbon Materials have excellent thermal stability and mechanical property such as tensile strength more than ordinary materials. Graphene, carbon fibers, carbon foams structural graphite, and nanotubes are majorly used in advanced carbon materials as engineering materials for infrastructure projects. Metallurgical coal, also known as met coal, coking coal, or steelmaking coal, is a vital ingredient for making steel, iron alloy, carbon and other metals used in everything from buildings, tools, trains, planes, and automobiles, to cookwares, cutlery, surgical tools and implants. Firma is focused on partnering with an well-established company currently working on several projects, each working toward the goal of creating a sustainable future.
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