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America has been energy dependent on other countries for decades. As the energy transition continues from fossil fuels to electric and battery powered devices and machines, America is in an even worse position.
One of the critical elements involved in the energy transition is cobalt. China currently provides 72% of the worlds refined cobalt. The next closest country is Finland at approximately 10%. America produces 0% of the world’s refined cobalt. We are literally at the mercy of China and other countries for this and most other critical elements.
Westwin Elements, Inc. currently owns the exclusive rights to refine cobalt in the united States using a highly patented, environmentally neutral refining process. The Construction process for the first cobalt refinery in the united States is slated to start within 90-days of this offering.
If you are an accredited investor, you have the opportunity to partner with Westwin Elements as we move forward, taking a giant step toward solving our energy dependence on China. Westwin Elements has partnered with CVMR, Inc. out of Toronto Canada who will construct and operate a cobalt focused refinery, providing as much as 30,000 tons of refined cobalt to America annually, with the potential to expand to as much as 60,000 tons per year.
At the end of year 3, Westwin Elements, Inc. is projected to top $2.6 billion in revenue at full capacity based on current cobalt prices. The plan is to expand to 60,000 tons annually by the end of year 5, producing as much as $5.2 billion in annual revenue based on today’s cobalt prices.
This investment opportunity provides significant potential annual dividends and principal growth.
Cobalt is used in everything from the production of batteries for electric vehicles to batteries and components in laptops, cellphones and other electronic devices, to superalloys used in jet engines (and a long list of many other uses). The projected demand for cobalt is expected to sky-rocket over the coming 5 – 10 years. The world consumed 120,000 tons of refined cobalt in 2021, and that number is expected to cross 350,000 tons by the year 2030 (iea.blob.core.windows.net). This dramatic increase in demand is also projected to cause cobalt prices to rise steadily over the next 5 – 10 years. Westwin Elements, Inc. is in a unique position to be a major player in helping America become energy independent once again.
forbes.com | May 2022
The first question that comes to mind when people find out China dominates the world’s refined cobalt production is “why”? Why does America not have any cobalt refineries already
The answer is because the technology China uses to refine cobalt is an environmental disaster. The refining method is known as “acid leaching”, and it is as bad as it sounds. The cost of protecting the environment according to America’s standard puts America at a major cost disadvantage to what China can produce using this technology.
The only other efficient way to refine cobalt is through a patented technology known as “vapor metallurgy”, owned by CVMR, inc. This technology has no adverse effects on the environment, air, water or land. It is the CLEANEST, SAFEST refining technology in existence and can be used across 36 different elements, including cobalt. The cost to refine cobalt using this technology is competitive with China, while supplying a far superior end product (this refining process refines cobalt to 99.999% pure nano-powder).
CVMR currently has a nickel refinery based in Toronto, Canada, and just recently inked a deal with the city of Amarillo, TX to expand it’s nickel refining capacity using this same technology. (Read the Article)
Westwin Elements, Inc., is the only company that carries exclusive rights to utilize this technology to refine cobalt, and should be able to begin construction within 90-days of this offering.
This investment opportunity does not exist with any other company. Westwin Elements, Inc. is the only company with the rights to refine cobalt within the united States using this highly patented technology.
Minimum Investment: $100,000 (1 share)
The Shares offered hereby are $150,000,000 shares of Common Stock, $100,000 per Share, $0.001 par value. The Company’s authorized capital consists of 15,000 shares of Common Stock. 8,250 shares of Common Stock are currently issued and outstanding. Upon completion of the Offering, up to 9,750 shares of Common Stock will be issued.
The Company is currently managed by seasoned business and sector professionals dedicated to the success of the Company and efficient execution of its planned operations.
Ms. Long is Founder and CEO of Westwin Elements, Inc. In this capacity, KaLeigh manages comprehensive operations of Westwin Elements specifically focusing on Westwin's diversified cobalt supply chain, sales, and domestic and international government relations. KaLeigh is a repeat entrepreneur and has founded and operated several small businesses: Westwin Enterprises, Westwin Properties, Cowork Culture, Maker’s Meat Co., and the Long Cattle Company.
As President and Founder of Westwin Enterprises, KaLeigh managed mass communications and advertisements for her clients. KaLeigh has consulted for more than 36 U.S. federal campaigns, two gubernatorial campaigns, and she has advised several candidates abroad. She has advised presidential and down ballot candidates in Haiti, South Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Venezuela. Westwin Enterprises provides fundraising, advertising, and staffing support to domestic and international campaigns.
KaLeigh has also held a number of political positions herself. She served as the Legislative Director of a highly effective, multi-million dollar grassroots lobbying group. She is the founder of multiple Political Action Committees, and for nearly four years, she served as Executive Director of a prominent Leadership PAC. She is a guest faculty for the Leadership Institute.
KaLeigh is a two-time speech and debate national qualifier to the National Forensics League. She received her M.A. in Strategic and International Studies (Professional) from the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC and her undergraduate degree from College of the Ozarks, where she paid for her tuition via the school’s work study program.
KaLeigh and her two children are Oklahomans. Her family owns and operates a nearly 2,000 acre cattle ranch in Oklahoma, near KaLeigh’s organic farm. Oklahoman ranch life is a collective family venture fueled by the daily hard work of four generations of Longs. KaLeigh credits her grandfather and father’s model of American traditional disciplines and fear of God as the values that motivate and anchor her business practices for success.
Kamran M. Khozan is the Chairman and CEO of CVMR® Inc., and founder and major shareholder of a number of highly successful multinational corporations.
Mr. Khozan is the Chairman of Secure Environment Services (“SES”), a leading provider of homeland security, non-weaponry defense equipment and risk management systems, manufactured at its facilities in North America and Europe, as well as manufactured by industry-leading strategic partners. SES provides a complete continuum of security, defense and risk management products and support services to various governments and the private sector. (www.secures.ca) iFinancial Management (www.ifmgmt.com) and Intermaritime Financial (www.intermaritime.ca), are two financial institutions that Mr. Khozan chairs. He serves on the board of directors of 12 corporations in USA, Canada, Switzerland, UK, UAE, Kenya, South Africa, and Sri Lanka, as well as overseeing the Khozan family’s multifaceted and diverse investment portfolio.
From 1984 to 1992, Mr. Khozan was the Commissioner for the Canadian Federal Government’s Lead Project, Centers of Excellence. During this period, he established an industrial Centers of Excellence in Ontario, known as Industrial Research and Development Institute (IRDI), which continues to operate successfully to date. The Center acts as the focal point for a variety of state-of-the-art technologies in Net Shape manufacturing and is a successful example of co- operation between various industries, three levels of government and a number of universities in Canada. From 1992 to 1998 he served with the Ontario Ministries of Solicitor General and Community Safety and Correctional Services. He is a graduate of McGill University, with Honours, cum laude, in Economics, and attained his Master’s degree in Jurisprudence and Criminology as a Distinguished Scholar, from University of Toronto.
Kamran M. Khozan has over 30 seminal patents in vapour metallurgy, all of which are in use by CVMR® today. He has over 25 years of experience in conducting seminars at various colleges and universities in Canada on entrepreneurship, corporate law and management. He has many published articles, on various topics concerning business administration and international trade. He is an honorary member of the Chippewa Ojibwa North American Native Band in Canada and a Political Consultant to that Band.
Ryan Jones comes to Westwin Elements with 30-years of experience as a business owner in the fintech industry where his companies have created multiple, sophisticated investor analytical tools, hundreds of hours of educational courses, and dozens of unique investment strategies for all types of investors. Ryan’s option trading education material and approaches are used as the main course curriculum at the Popular University of Milan in Italy. In 1996, at the age of 26, Ryan became the youngest author ever to sign a book deal with John Wiley & Sons on the complex topic of money management and compounding leveraged instruments. The Trading Game, Playing by the Numbers to Make Millions is still considered the authority on compounding leveraged instruments.
Ryan is also a world record holder in a trading/investment contest having the fastest growth to 600% in the account taking just 68-days (using the compounding strategies contained in his book). He is also considered one of the world’s leading experts on option trading, and has consulted for multi-million dollar hedge funds. He is also a sought after international speaker on all things related to trading and investing.
Ryan brings a vast amount of experience in the business world and will be serving as a Business Consultant and Head of Investor Relations for Westwin Elements. Ryan has been married to his beautiful wife for 33years,has four grown daughters, one son, and 12 grandchildren.
As Vice President of Sales, Joanna brings experience in both the private and public sectors. She served in the State Department’s White House Liaison’s Office after graduating from American University with a degree in International Relations and a minor in Mandarin Chinese, and then served as a Senior Policy Analyst at the White House from 2019 to 2021 in the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy where she advanced the Buy American, Hire American initiative by cowriting executive orders and reports for the Administration. She recently served as a Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump.
Joanna also helped with policy writing for the White House’s COVID-19 pandemic response such as implementing the Defense Production Act which resulted in over 100 large-scale, long-term contracts for American manufacturers to produce billions of USA-made personal-protectiveequipment, pharmaceuticals, over 200,000 ventilators, and other medical equipment for Americans nationwide. After working at the White House, she worked as a Business Continuity Analyst at General Dynamics advising the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on emergency preparedness and federal continuity policy. Born and raised in New York City, Joanna played both collegiate and semi-pro soccer.
Since his time in Congress, Representative Brat has recruited and developed a strong network of American business interests in Africa. He actively organizes defensive and offensive business strategies against Chinese influence – recognizing the dangers of Chinese dominance in a variety of markets and geopolitical interests.
Brat served in the United States Congress for Virginia’s 7th District. He served on the Budget, Education and Small Business Committees, and Chaired the subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access. His knowledge base comes from years of experience in business, as an economic consultant with Arthur Andersen and the World Bank and 20+ years of work in higher education teaching economics and ethics. He worked with the Senate side of the Virginia General Assembly for seven years. He also served as the president of the Virginia Association of Economists and was a member of the Virginia Board of Accountancy.
Representative Brat earned his Ph.D. in Economics at The American University, M.Div., at Princeton Theological Seminary, and B.A. in Business Administration, Hope College.
With three decades of operational, logistics, government, media, and sales experience, Dave Rogers brings a unique and diversified background to Westwin Elements. Mr. Rogers spent his early years as a combat decorated Navy SEAL, and after deployments across three continents, Dave left the Navy to spend seven years in the energy industry as a mathematical analyst for petroleum firms providing operations based strategies including environmental compliance and leak prevention.
Fiercely patriotic and determined to improve the state of political representation in his home State of Rhode Island, Dave took matters into his own hands and became a two-time Republican nominee for the United States House of Representatives before joining the Governors of RI’s senior staff. Dave has spent the last ten years working in media as a daily radio talk-show host and held several positions in corporate sales in the secure communications industry as well as working as a military and political trainer and consultant. As a Naval Special Warfare Mentor for New England, many who wanted to become a SEAL from NE participated in Dave’s physical screening and training course.
A born and raised North Dakotan, Greg Wischer has experience in both the public and private sectors, including with National Defense University, US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, US House of Representatives, J.R. Simplot Company, and Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi. Greg rose through national tennis rankings.
A recent graduate from Georgetown University with a Master of Arts in Security Studies, Greg's writing has spanned domestic politics and nation-state strategy to semiconductor and critical mineral supply chains, and has appeared in Newsweek, The National Interest, and Georgetown Security Studies Review. Mr. Wischer has spent substantial time overseas, most extensively in sub-Saharan Africa.
Mr. Akers retired from the U.S. intelligence community in September 2013 with over 15 years of experience, analyzing various issues in Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern security, terrorism, cyber and weapons proliferation. Akers served overseas in several postings — primarily in Southeast Asia.
Prior to his work in the intelligence community, he worked as a college professor, school administrator, attorney, and managed a congressional election campaign. He served in the U.S. Air Force as a Chinese linguist and was awarded an Air Medal for his involvement in battles throughout the Vietnam War.
Tim Philbeck received his bachelors of science from Texas A&M University in Biomedical Science in 2005. While at Texas A&M, Tim lettered in football and was selected to represent the student body as the famed 12th Man. Immediately following graduation, Tim started his career in medical device sales with Smith & Nephew Orthopedics and spent sixteen years with Johnson & Johnson DePuy Synthes. Tim owns Philbeck Resources, an oil and gas investment company and is a producer for Marsh McClennan, a subsidiary of Marsh Inc.
Mr. Philbeck is tasked with managing Westwin Elements' domestic and international risks and brings an uncanny ability to build relationships and transform challenges into winning strategies. Tim continues to give back by participating in the AmplifyU program which prepares Texas A&M student athletes for the work force and life after sports. Mr. Philbeck is constantly learning, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Energy Business from the University of Tulsa.
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