MONTfisheries instructed W-Contractors to search for companies to design and build its aquaculture installations in Mount Vema. The deal was made just hours after W-Contractors launched an international campaign to hire sales representatives to invite businesses and organisations to bid for City of Mount Vema projects both corporate and government contracts.
With this new deal, W-Contractors will expand recruitment that started in New York City – United States this week, to find potential contractors and sub-contractors with the aim to attract businesses willing to bid for contracts, the sales representatives will strive to secure repeat deals wherever possible and will maintain good relationships with those contractors or sub-contractors who will become existing bidders for contracts.
Handy Deed, the leading building company of Mount Vema is also bidding to build this MONTfisheries project, however as part of government policy, competition must be open to everyone and contracts must be awarded to the best proposals.
While some forms of aquaculture can be devastating to ecosystems, other forms can be very beneficial. So MONTfisheries is looking for a company that will propose installations with minimal or no damage to the Vema Seamount marine environment.
MONTfisheries aquaculture project will provide for crucial ecological functions and could potentially increase abundance and maintain biodiversity. The shelter will raise stocks of prey fish and small crustaceans by increasing recruitment opportunities in turn providing more prey for higher trophic levels.
The Vema Seamount Authority announced today plans to reconnect with U.S. retail giant Walmart after six years, when the first contact was made. Another clear indication that the Kingdom of Mount Vema is back in business.
The initial contact with Walmart was first made in July 2012, when the government’s ambitious investment drive programme, was officially launched, and Walmart Inc. the American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores responded warmly to the invitation to invest in the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
In a letter, back in 2012 Walmart responded positively to the Royal Mount Vema Embassy’s ‘preliminary’ request for Asda Group Plc to indicate if they would be interested in taking up the offer to enter the Kingdom of Mount Vema’s expanding economy.
The letter was signed by Leigh Hopkins, then the retail giant’s Vice President: ‘As you may know,’ he said, ‘we are always looking for new markets where we can improve the quality of life of people through our everyday low prices.’
‘We will keep your comments in mind in case opportunities arise in that area at the appropriate time.’ Hopkins, who is also responsible for the International Business Unit of Walmart, was responding to the then Royal Mount Vema Embassy’s Honorary Consul’ s proposal to Asda Group Plc for the supermarket chain to invest in Mount Vema.
Now the appropriate time has come. Mount Vema is ready for Walmart and contact will be made this month as The Vema Seamount Authority continues his tireless efforts to find reliable partners and suppliers for the City of Mount Vema Project.
The Mount Vema Monarchy is keen to have Asda Group Plc on board because the company has the ability to create a reliable distribution infrastructure with the backing of its parent company Wal-Mart Plc, which would create an inflow of jobs to the already vast empire that is Asda and it would allow Asda Group Plc to create a larger international presence alongside any financial rewards it may gain.
The proposal, presented to Asda about six years ago, was part of His Mount Vema Majesty’s government’s deliberate investment drive to lure major international companies to tap into the kingdom’s developmental projects.
Other companies targeted back in 2012 that will be re-approached by the government includes retail giants Tesco, Alliance Boots, mobile phone operator Vodafone, and financial service providers HSBC Holdings, Barclays, JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs banks.
As the economy of Mount Vema grows, the early struggles to get the final details of the foundation of the City of Mount Vema plans on track is becoming a thing of the past.
Officials confirmed today that construction of the foundations of the City of Mount Vema will start this year, and the structures should be visible as early as next year, after a series of delays.
The confirmation of the start date for building the city foundations comes at a time when the economy of Mount Vema is showing sign of steady growth, allowing the government to increase capital expenditure backed by currency swap deals and significant investments.
The early outcry over soaring costs which led to the scrapping of some design works and projects, which was the first in a series of embarrassments, is now old news. Mount Vema is becoming known for efficiency and timeliness, a reputation that is helping to win deals and investors who can see the opportunities off-plan.
His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government announced today that it will resume contract signed with identity verification service provider GBG, the British company that provides identity verification services to some leading companies such as HSBC, Santander, Barclaycard, Harrods, TransferWise, O2, amazon.com, Nike and among many others.
The contract was signed between GBG and the Kingdom of Mount Vema to verify the identity of people when traveling to Mount Vema or applying for services, to ensure that any information provided by anyone is associated with the identity of a real person.
The service will verify the authenticity of physical identity documents such as a passport or travel document, and will identify information against authoritative sources such as a credit bureau or government data, called non-documentary verification.
Businesses and entities that form part of the Kingdom of Mount Vema will also be able to use the service to ensure that users or customers provide information that is associated with their real identity, required to establish bank accounts, other financial accounts, and stop illegal activities like scams, money laundering, and including other security threats.
The service will also be used both online and in person to verify identity especially when boarding a vessel to Mount Vema, as travelers are encouraged to confirm for the Online Check-in process before leaving home to the island. People who wait to check in at the terminal risk being unable to sail even if they arrive at the terminal before the vessel leaves.
Mount Vema government security regulations require passenger vessels to submit certain guest information to law enforcement authorities at least 60 minutes prior to departure. To meet this requirement, it is necessary that the vessel has the information in its records and verified at least 90 minutes before departure. If a passenger does not have his or her information by this deadline, he or she will be unable to sail.
The service will make it easier for the Kingdom of Mount Vema to verify the identity of almost anyone at any-time, anywhere in the world and tackle the growing problems of identity fraud and money laundering. Service providers will be able to check their customers are who they say they are with reference using a data for more than 5 billion people around the world.
Vema Seamount Legislation
The Statutory Laws of the Kingdom of Mount Vema
Law of the Sea Treaty (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea)
MARPOL 73/78 (International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships)
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963
The Right to Self-Determination
Many believe because our community is not a member of the United Nations and is only just over a decade old, doing business with the Kingdom of Mount Vema is not possible for foreign nationals and foreign companies seeking to take advantage of the business opportunities the floating city project is creating. Nothing could be further from the truth. The territory doesn't need a United Nations membership to function as a sovereign territory, or to exercise its inalienable right for self-determination