Started by a group of serial entrepreneurs with decades of high level corporate experience The Global Incubator looks to create an acceleration program for selectively vetted companies and/or projects with a sector focus of Crypto/Blockchain, Real Estate Development, Tech, Sports Management, and Media. Whether providing capitalization/equity input, or services ranging from advisory, pr, and corporate development we look to be at the forefront of bringing the world the best early stage ideas with high multiple exit capabilities.
Barriers of entry for early stage ventures and/or projects can be a daunting task for any entrepreneur. Barriers to entry prevent and/or deter new businesses or projects in entering their respective markets.
There are 4 main types of barriers we must face once entering a market:
A rolodex to a vast network of professionals and/or organizations geared towards the acceleration of early stage businesses and/or projects leveraging years of experience into one compounded vehicle. By combining vast resources through one conduit barriers of entry can be suppressed, furthermore allowing each particular business and/or project the necessary tools required to achieve scalability and desired goal. Market: As reported by TechCrunch in 2018, there were 145 “active unicorns” in the US alone collectively worth $555.9 Billion. The same study concluded at 67% of Series A funded startups in 2017 were already generating revenue before being funded. These statistics show a tremendous potential for new businesses entering the global business sphere. Regardless of sector the opportunity presides itself for new ideas to flourish in current market conditions with proper execution.
Sason invests across real estate asset classes thematically, with a focus on emerging US markets and a preference for special situations. The firm’s principals have extensive track records of success across investment and portfolio management, capital formation, development and principal construction. With stringent attention to downside protection and principal preservation, Sason seeks to acquire “story assets” at discounts to market comparables and replacement costs. These assets typically require creative and well-funded business plans to enable reversions of values to market means.
Glo Creative is an advanced team of experienced advertising agency talent, who deliver top caliber work without the New York agency price tag. We work across 360° platforms, including Digital, Social Media, Print, Broadcast, and PR.
The West: The West is an 80,977 SQ FT reinvigorated Class-A office building located in Phoenix, AZ that gives businesses significant location advantages with its easy access to I-17 and public transportation, excellent, on-site parking ratio, and update suites. Tenants include Brookline College.
Cole is the owner of Tetot Commercial development that has strategic partnerships with large multinational developers that build for some of the biggest corporations across sectors including retail, entertainment, multi-family, industrial and office.
In 2021 alone, Cole will have facilitated acquisition for over 30+ different real estate projects totaling $50,000,000+ in purchases alone, and over $120,000,000 in total project costs across the board. Cole has hand selected each site based on strict criteria given by his clients and prides himself on being one of the best site selection specialists in the business to maximize his clients returns and deliver A+ real estate. Cole, Oskar Kowalski, Colton Christensen and a handful of other strategic partners are currently bringing a stateside retail based concept to life in Puerto Rico with 30 locations going into development over the next 3-5 years.
For The Global Incubator, Cole is leading the charge for development consultation and leveraged his extensive connections with build-to-suit development partners and REITs to fund projects. Cole has relocated from Charlotte, NC to San Juan, PR and is bringing his stateside clients and connections with him. Cole is focused on educating stateside businesses on the incredible opportunity that lies in Puerto Rico and other parts of the globe for growth and future development. Cole is focused on breaking down the high barriers to entry to bring stateside businesses to Puerto Rico. Whether it be connections to the largest land owners in Puerto Rico, extensive development teams, brokerage resources, government officials, and all other aspect of development, Cole and The Global Incubator team are experts at accommodating a seamless build out process in a new market. Cole has plans to bring dozens of stateside retailers, entertainment businesses, hotels, quick serve restaurants, and industrial based businesses to other parts of the globe in the coming years.
Colton has an extensive background in technology sales with a deep understanding of software development and integration. Colton is the leading private partner sales generator for the number 1 publicly traded software company in the hyperconverged infrastructure industry, Nutanix. Colton has utilized his extensive contacts in the government across the Department of Defense as well as the Federal civilian space to generate over $10M in 3 years for Nutanix.
Colton has taken his sales experience to the commercial development industry through a partnership with Cole and has hand selected numerous A+ sites based on strict demographic criteria in a short period of time. Colton has relocated from Washington DC to San Juan, Puerto Rico to leverage his technology background and real estate experience to focus on streamlining the extensive and complicated process of establishing new business in Puerto Rico for the Global Incubator.
During his three-year tenure there as Art Director, Michael learned from the best in the advertising business working on multi-million dollar campaigns for fashion labels as Louis Vuitton, Swatch, British Knights and “People First” Presidential Campaign for Clinton/Gore.
His next step in Manhattan was Creative Director at Euro RSCG/Havas where he had a string of successful campaigns for name brands Philips Electronics, Lean Cuisine, Coppertone, Dr.Scholl’s, Ambien, Claritin and Subway.
As the Worldwide Creative Director for Samsung’s Global Brand, Michael led the creative team that developed brand strategy and development for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. He then worked on the Samsung NFL Partnership featuring four legendary NFL quarterbacks and Samsung’s award winning “Chairman” advertising campaign. After helping Samsung reach $79.6 billion in global sales in 2005, Michael developed an integrated mobile phone advertising and branding campaign that boosted Samsung’s 2006 mobile phones sales to a new record of $118 million.
Michael’s award-winning commercials and campaigns include Subway Eat Fresh, Philips Electronics “Getting Better,” Dan Marino-Samsung NFL, Samsung Olympics or Claritin “Clear.” In print, Michael’s adwork has appeared in The New York Times, Adweek, Black Book, Advertising Age, Photo District News, ADDY Awards and Creative Ad Review. In 2005, he received Wired Magazine’s prestigious Diamond Award for Best Corporate Campaign for his stellar work on Samsung.
Throughout his notable career, Michael has worked with some of the world’s greatest visionaries – Annie Leibowitz, Albert Watson, Guzman, Walter Chin, Tarsem, Gerard de Thame and Jerry Bruckheimer.
In 2013 Michael launched, Glo Creative, a young, innovative Advertising & PR agency in Miami’s downtown design district. With an enviable roster of international luxe brands from Poltrona Frau, SPI International, Global Empowerment Mission, Ferretti Yachts, Christopher Designs, Storica Wines to HR Pharmaceuticals.
He then worked as a legislative aide for Resident Commissioner Aníbal Acevedo Vilá in Washington, D.C. When Acevedo Vilá became Governor of Puerto Rico in 2004, Nadal Power was appointed as advisor in municipal affairs and public policy. After two years, Nadal Power started working as an attorney in corporate law, specializing in government employment, ethics, consumer protection, and others. Nadal Power decided to run for a seat in the Senate of Puerto Rico under the Popular Democratic Party (PPD). After winning a spot on the 2012 primaries, he was elected on the general elections to represent the District of San Juan.
In January 2020, KC Global Media announced the acquisition of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Southeast Asia and Korea Media Networks assets that covers over 25 countries with offices in Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia and China. (https://variety.com/2020/biz/news/sony-asia-channelsandy-kaplan-george-chien-axn-animax-1203459864/)
Prior launching KC Global Media Entertainment, Chien was the former Executive Vice President of Sony Pictures Television Media Networks. Based at Sony Pictures headquarters in Culver City, California, Chien lead Sony’s global television networks and related regional/global investments, with over 40+ channels in 12 different languages, reaching nearly one billion subscribers.
He has also been involved in acquiring and integrating some of the largest and most complicated banking, wealth management, insurance, and capital markets businesses and cultures with a demonstrated track record of increasing productivity, profitability and shareholder value. Most recently, Stan was the founder and co-CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald Wealth Partners (CFWP). Under his leadership, CFWP grew to over $5 billion in assets in less than two years through several strategic acquisitions of RIA’s, independent advisors, and wire house teams.
Prior to joining Cantor Fitzgerald, Stan was the Head of Wells Fargo Wealth Management -Eastern US Markets and President of Wachovia Wealth Markets. He provided executive leadership to the Eastern U.S. Markets and headed up the Wealth Insurance Division overseeing: the private bank, wealth brokerage, investment management, fiduciary trust services, financial planning, and insurance. Stan was responsible for leading nearly 5,000 team members generating revenues of $2.5 billion with $69 billion of investment fee-based AUM, $19 billion of deposit balances, and $16 billion of loans.
Prior to Wachovia, Stan was CEO of Commerce Capital Markets, where he directed private wealth management, brokerage, asset management, fixed income trading, derivatives, investment banking, retirement services, insurance, and public finance.
Subsequently, Stan was CEO of Quick and Reilly (Q&R) as one of the visionaries that transformed Q&R from a transactional discount broker to a full-service advisory company. When Q&R was acquired by Bank of America, Stan stayed on as co-CEO of Bank of America Investment Services until 2005.
Over nearly a decade at Citigroup, Stan had several senior executive level roles leading different divisions including consumer banking, private wealth management, and Citigroup as Northeast Group Executive Vice President.
Abe was the CEO and Co-Founder of Pearl Capital Business Funding before its sale to a multinational corporation netting profits in the tens of millions. As a pioneer in the Merchant Cash Advance industry, Abe is credited with introducing ACH debits which enabled merchants not traditionally using credit card processing to benefit from the burgeoning sector. As an innovative strategist, Abe played a key role in launching Kings Cash Group and eventually guiding it’s subsequent merger with a large SEC registered MCA provider. Abe is also an investor and partner in a New York-based Convertible Debt company as well as a Primary Investor and Board Member of NewCo Capital Group and Capytal.com. Abe’s extensive network in the sports entertainment arena and his relationship with HNWI has played a pivotal part in his subsequent role as the President of Luxemark Capital (now LM Capital Solutions), a syndication network that allows external participants to purchase an interest in the underlying assets of multiple MCA initiators.