SECTORS OF INTEREST
OWVI see opportunities flourish as industries embrace this new era as a renaissance in what is truly possible for our planet.
OWVI raises money from individual shareholders for select, low risk, start-ups, and successful mid-sized companies. We are focused on sustainable and inclusive concepts that encompass social responsibility and positively impact our environment.
Our interests span across multiple sectors these include but are not limited to:
FinTech • Crypto Currency & Blockchain Technologies • Artificial Intelligence
Like other traditional sectors the financial Sector is faced with disruption technologyby way of Crypto currencies rise in popularity especially among millennials. Online banking platforms have become good business for MSB providers making millions on transaction fees. Now the shift to digital currency has caught the eye of major regulatorsas early adapters continue to prosper. Our focus on international commerce includes combining a specific set of products and services into an end-to-end solution through technology, compliance, payments, and capital solutions.
Research & Development • Industrial Manufacturing • Product Development
Cannabidiol has contributed to a surge of enthusiasm in the medical market. Perhaps one of the most frequently discussed cannabinoids, CBD controls an industry of its own and is on-track to harvest a generous $16.32 billion in the United States by 2026.
Innovation • Big Data • Disruptive Advancement
The information technology sector covers companies involved in the different categories of technological innovation. Some companies in information technology focus on creating software or providing services related to implementing technological solutions, while others are more involved in building the equipment, components, and hardware that make tech possible.
Eco-Friendly • Energy Efficient • Sustainable
The potential for increasing renewable energy demand, combined with the electrification of transportation and industrials and oil and gas companies’ increased participation in the electricity value chain, is accelerating industry convergence. These trends may foster collaboration that gives rise to new business models and helps advance the energy transition.