The 100+ entities managing “Project Galileo,” a large-scale humanitarian and environmental project spanning 26 Cities in 22 countries, are divided among five “Consortium Member Organizations” (collectively: the “Consortium“). The Consortium Member Organizations are:
A. Project Galileo Group (“PGG“);
B. Empire Group;
C. Crutcher Capital Group (the “RFO“);
D. Imperial Guard Security Group (“IGSG“); and
E. L’Institut des Sciences et Arts (“L’Institut“).
PGG represents Empire Group’s largest single client-partner, and has requested of us to exclusively manage a multi-billion-dollar family of funds, covering 12 separate Economic Sectors (the “12 Funds of Project Galileo” or the “Funds”). Empire Group’s task is to bring “Project Galileo” to full fruition. Empire Group has been working with PGG to plan Project Galileo for over a decade, and we are now ready to launch this important project, to benefit at least four separate countries, so as to contribute to social, economic, cultural, and environmental recovery, growth, and prosperity.
The Consortium’s macroeconomic goal is to utilize our ample budget to fully implement Project Galileo as a “Financial Engine” to first re-engineer, then drive, the future economies of our four “Host Countries,” including the development of “Terrestrial Cities of Science™” in free zones located within each respective Host Country. We will utilize our three full-scale Terrestrial Cities of Science™, to be located within free zones in the Republics of Georgia, Haiti, and the Philippines, and our Mini City of Science™ in Thailand, as key regional expansion hubs to stimulate the entire economic infrastructure of each Host Nation, and of its neighbors within each respective Geographical Region. Our achievable goal is to put in place the foundation, and architecture, for 100% economic stability and prosperity within each of our Host Countries, generating substantial employment opportunities for its Citizens, while entirely eliminating poverty for millions of Georgians, Haitians, and Filipinos, and many thousands of Thais, within a 7-year period.
11 of the 12 Funds of Project Galileo will be capitalized with €7.5 billion EUR (each). The 12th Fund, known as the “City of Science Fund,” will be mandated to construct the three planned Terrestrial Cities of Science™, the Mini City of Science™ (Thailand), and Project Galileo’s “Virtual City of Science™,” and will be capitalized with a total of €50 billion EUR.
The 12 Funds will each be matched with one or more of the “15 Foundations of Project Galileo” (also referred to herein as the “Foundations”). The Foundations will be developed primarily to benefit the Populations and Environments of our initial four Host Countries, but will also be supporting more universal causes, and will be active throughout the World. Each Foundation will be permanently paired with one of the 12 Funds, which shall serve as said Foundation’s in-house sustainable Financial Engine. These binary organizations will be sharing office space within the same Branch Office or Regional Headquarters of Empire Group where their parent Fund is located, so that each unified pair of Funds/Foundations can closely support one another. Each Fund will be donating 10% of its net pre-tax revenues, in perpetuity, to its “Partner-Foundation.” The City of Science Fund (the largest single Fund of Project Galileo) will be managed by 3 separate Fund Management Divisions of Empire Group (one located within each Host Country), and will (uniquely) be supporting four separate Foundations: (i) “The University of the City of Science Foundation” (Republic of Georgia); (ii) “The Innovation Exchange Foundation” (Republic of Georgia)*; (iii) “The Education & Literacy Foundation” (Haiti); and (iv) “The Clean Water & Sanitation Foundation” (Philippines).
Note: The Innovation Exchange Foundation will be mandated to found junior stock exchanges within each full-scale Terrestrial City of Science™, starting in the Republic of Georgia, and will also be responsible for developing two virtual stock exchanges within Project Galileo’s Virtual City of Science™.
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