Launching Startup Companies

Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) can create paths to economic opportunities by launching startups tailored for its shareholders. These startups could be designed specifically for our Shareholders’ skills and experience. Goldbelt (GBI) has pockets of shareholders in numerous geographic areas such Anchorage, Juneau, and the Greater Puget Sound area. To create shareholder jobs, GBI can identify skills, competencies, and experience of all …

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Expanding the Scholarships Program

I would like to expand the Scholarships & Fellowships investment to include career changers or new employment opportunities such as vocational training, technical trades, and apprenticeships Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) currently provides only $180,000 for its shareholder scholarship program. We have over 3,500 GBI shareholders. How can this amount be adequate, especially as educational costs increase? GBI must significantly increase scholarship …

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Expanding the Internship Program

Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) should make a greater commitment to its internship program. GBI has tried several ways to recruit shareholders into internship opportunities across its business in federal contracting and other business units, and Management has done an excellent job expanding the internship program across its subsidiaries. The challenge is attracting interns candidates willing to move to the East coast for …

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Creating a Mentoring Program

Goldbelt, Inc. shareholders and shareholder employees could significantly benefit from a GBI Mentoring Program. For a modest annual subscription fee, GBI could use an online mentoring platform, allowing all shareholders to access mentors and mentees. GBI employees, directors, or other shareholders could be mentors, sharing their experiences with other shareholders. A GBI mentoring program could match mentors with mentees based …

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Implementing Goldbelt Training Programs

Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) can contribute to shareholder economic prosperity by creating training programs for Shareholders. GBI training programs would allow shareholders to prepare for frequent GBI job openings. GBI training programs could be Internet-based with online providers such as Skillsoft. GBI training programs could include training programs in digital skills, IT skills and certification, and compliance for high-frequency GBI jobs. …

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Investing in Shareholder-Entrepreneurs

Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) should create a Business Incubator/Microfinancing for Shareholder entrepreneurs, to provide them with support and financial and technical services. GBI could assist entrepreneurs with their business ideas, formulating their business model, or pivoting an existing business. Once a shareholder entrepreneur business plan passed GBI Management’s review, it could be reviewed by the Board’s Investment committee to approve Management …

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Maintaining Oversight of GBI’s Management

The Goldbelt, Inc. (GBI) Board of Director’s primary responsibility is to oversee GBI Management’s performance and execution of the Board’s directives. Board oversight requires constant vigilance of Management’s performance against annual corporate objectives, strategic goals, or specific programs such as shareholder hire initiatives. The Board as a collective is responsible for ensuring its CEO and Management team is apolitical, and …

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