Welcome to the Website of the
AngelPreneur Venture Group
Welcome to the AngelPreneur Venture Group Inc (APVG) website. We are a privately-held for-profit venture development firm, which invests in, develops and operates mostly its own portfolio companies and projects. We recently merged the assets of our CBO Worldwide Holdings division back into APVG.
We are a Hawaiian corporation, with a project development office in Las Vegas, Nevada. Many of our companies and projects are designed to work in conjunction with the ocean-issue awareness initiatives and projects of the Clear Blue Oceans Foundation (CBO Foundation), our Hawaiian non-profit organization.
In early 2019, it became clear to us that the global economy, with its ongoing trade issues, dropping oil prices and uncertain political environment, APVG
needed to refocus, rethink and restructure its combined portfolio priorities. We are in the process of doing this and relocating most of our operations to the Ventura and Santa Barbara County areas of California by early 2020.
Although we have spent many years focused mainly on developing our plastic waste to oil business model: Plastic2Power USA, based in Las Vegas, APVG is now preparing some of its other companies for launch. We eliminated some projects and merged others together, in an effort to build a socially-focused network of responsible independent businesses.
This website offers some information about our combined projects, but it remains a work in progress. Please excuse any broken links, missing videos
or content issues. Our goal is to have things clearly outlined on this website by late September or early October. We thank you for your understanding.
Our combined portfolio of projects are the result of many years of diversified thinking, extensive business research, development, team building and the operating experience of our Founded/CEO Peter "the AngelPreneur" Ortmann, aka: the Shark or Petey - as his close associates refer to him.
Petey is an offshore sailor and determined social investor/entrepreneur, with a passion for sailing and helping address the issues impacting our oceans, its
tropical reefs and marine life. This Includes the need to manage the use of single-use plastic packaged waste we all generate better, address reducing global overfishing and the needless killing of sharks for shark fin soup.
The APVG business models you discover on this website were designed to collectively increase awareness of those ocean issues to effect change. To
drive that effort and business strategy, Petey developed one of his core businesses: The Tropical Reef Travel Group (TRTG), now on the launch pad.
Petey's larger-scale 2020 APVG vision, however, goes far beyond his initial goals for TRTG and its related support companies. Although his self-funding business building approach is somewhat complex, his combined APVG -CBO business development strategy is quite simple by design.
Petey intends to serve as APVG's CEO/President, and become the conductor of a well-orchestrated and integrated business group of stand-alone divisions or companies. Each run by their own experienced CEO and management team who together serve as the instruments in his socially-driven business score he calls "The Mother-of-all-Star-ups."
Of course, it won't happen overnight! It will take many years and hundreds of millions of dollars to build out, but Petey intends to share this entrepreneurial business building reality ride of a lifetime in real time, with viewers through his upcoming web series The AngelPreneur: Building The Dream In Real Time.
The Series is scheduled to start in early 2020. So explore our site and proposed projects, then fasten your seatbelts, as we set out to build the next ocean-focused eco-brand together!
APVG is the founding sponsor of its private Clear Blue Oceans Foundation, a non-profit Hawaiian organization designed to increase awareness of the ocean issues. It is NOT a Tax exempt 501(c)3. APVG has pledged to contribute 20% of its annual pre-tax profits through 2025 to help support its programs and initiatives. Including the reduction of single-use plastic packaging waste globally. Download a copy of the Free UN Report above to learn more about this issue.
PLEASE HELP US BIRDS
My fellow seabirds
and I thank you in
advance for your
help in saving our
lives. Your help
allows the CBO
Foundation and APVG to help educate people about the endless marine debris & ocean plastic waste
washing up onto our local beaches, reefs and coastlines. My friends eat this waste and die due to starvation by the millions annually as a result!
Thank you for making a non Tax-deductible
donation today, buying a logo-branded product online, joining the Founders Club or the Tropical Reef Rewards Program when they are launched. We appreciate it!
The logos shown below represent several of the most active APVG business models or projects that have either already launched, or are on the Launch pad for early 2020. Some of the companies have operating divisions, You can learn about each by clicking on a logo of interest.
The logos shown below represent the APVG companies or projects currently in the development stage and targeted for launch in late 2020 or 2021. They are designed around supporting our core projects and CBO Foundation awareness initiatives. You can learn more about each by clicking on their logo.
APVG's long-term goal is to develop its
Conference Center, a proposed mixed
use resort development planned for
the Island of Maui, Hawaii. Although
no land has yet been secured for this project, several potential locations have been identified, including the
conceptual rendering shown here for a West Maui site.
The project is designed to be completely off the grid, by producing its own solar generated power and fresh water supply from the humid island airflows. It would include a 400 suite luxury hotel, an 18 hole golf course set around a coffee plantation, APVG and CBO Foundation offices, retail and office rental space.
Assuming suitable land can be secured on Maui, the Aquarium Plaza Resort development would also feature a 116 unit luxury senior living project, a 2,800 seat performing arts center, 135 local housing apartment units, mini-storage facility, grocery store and other retail, plus a state-of-the-art solar powered aerial SKYPOD transit system. The Aquarium Plaza Hotel will include limited residential units, an 80 unit fractional asset (timeshare) section, and our Founders Marissa's Reef For Heavenly Helpers, the signature aquatic memorial attraction as seem below.
Marissa's Reef, is an aquatic memorial exhibit consisting of a 100 foot round by 80 foot tall saltwater aquarium, in honor of Petey's lost granddaughter, Marissa, who at age 7 was swept to her death in August 2005 during a flash flood in Arizona. The exhibit also honors other children lost due to natural events called SpiritFish, represented by the over 200,000 reef fish, turtles, and other reef life required to fill the saltwater aquarium exhibit.
The Marissa's Reef attraction will also have an underwater walkway tube within the tank, plus elevated seating around half the tank to allow the public to take in the beauty of the tropical reef, as they view out towards the Maui sunset. As an alternative location, APVG is considering a Central California Coastal site and Santa Ynez wine country location.
APVG is also looking at large land parcel sites within the greater Santa Barbara California wine country region for this resort project, and has rendered several concept drawings with similar Aquarium Plaza Resort & Spa features, including Marissa's Reef, but replacing the coffee plantation with an estate vineyard-like setting around the golf course and other regional features of interest.
Beginning in late 2019, our Founder/CEO Petey will introduce his free weekly Petey Perspective - "This Week-In-Review" audio Podcast. These 30 minute episodes will share Petey's personal views and perspectives on the weeks key news items, political lies and corruption, and promote his private podcast subscription covering top travel destinations, latest APVG business developments and CBO foundation projects.
"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me.
Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful,
that's what matters to me."