Our Mission

"Today's the day!"

Make it simple, fun, and fast.

Transition from a consumer lifestyle in a destructive system to an abundance lifestyle in a creative one.

The GeoComb Sustainability Initiative brings together the desire for a better way with the means to begin today. Instant connections to brilliant choices can enable us to begin to build scalable localized regenerative community infrastructure while building upon and improving the rich essence of our interconnected modern societies.

GeoComb Homes is here to design, produce, and integrate a wide range of rapid installation building components. We intend to make sure it is easy to install future facing homes and communities. We'll maximize the negative emmision footprint and seek to sequester the most carbon as possible in ongoing materials research and selection.

The business will be structured in alignment with the principles of Regenerative Economics. Our "exit" is to sell the enterprise to the employees who have built it.

The gap in wealth in the United States between the ultrawealthy and everyone else has reached its widest point in decades. One way to narrow the divide is through the use of worker buyouts, in which ownership of a company transfers from a single person or a small number of people to the workers of the company.

Currently, about 10% of Americans hold equity stakes in their workplaces. By providing more workers and employees with opportunities to buy shares, companies can help workers and communities raise their standard of living and simultaneously feel more invested — literally — in the success of the enterprise. In that way, worker buyouts also increase firms’ competitiveness: Research suggests that employee-owned companies are more durable and resilient during economic downturns...a recent Rutgers study found that converting to worker and employee ownership boosts profits by as much as 14%. Third, as a result of strong performances by worker- and employee-owned companies, it is becoming easier for workers to overcome arguably the biggest hurdle to worker buyouts: financing.

- Harvard Business Review: Why the U.S. Needs More Worker-Owned Companies

 

Images of our products are computer generated and photoshopped except: the Prototype views.