In The News
Monday, October 7th, 2013 at 10:46 AM
Viva Vina continues to look for ways to be innovative and expand its financial reach. Recently, the company made an investment in a television studio which will produce television programs focused on selling home products via the Home Shopping Network (HSN). Viva Vina will have the availability to access 30 million TV viewers all who represent potential customers.
Viva Vina is currently looking to find all types of products with the potential to be sold on television. If you have a product, or even if you have an idea for a potential product, Viva Vina wants to talk with you. Viva Vina wants to put your product in front of 30 million customers. Please contact Viva Vina at email@example.com to make sure you do not miss out on this amazing opportunity.
Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 at 10:18 AM
The Highlands of Parshall
The Highlands of Parshall offer a unique investment opportunity in the heart of the North Dakota oil boom. Over the last few years communities in North Dakota have seen a significant increase in the need for common infrastructure to support thousands of employees brought in through the oil industry. This includes permanent housing, apartment buildings, restaurants, stores, and an increase to water and sewage capacities. The boom has been caused by new methods for extracting oil from reserves drilled years ago.
The Highlands of Parshall is an extension of Parshall, North Dakota. The planned development will bring in 520 residential housing units, 1,200 apartment units, 400 hotel rooms, commercial space, restaurant and store pads, community center, parks, and development of over 10 miles of roads, sidewalks and other amenities. This project is well situated to take advantage of huge demand and low competition for this type of a development.
If you have any questions regarding The Highlands of Parshall please contact Viva Vina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, April 5th, 2013 at 10:15 AM
Viva Vina Attends Spring NIAB Conference in San Diego
The Nature, Culture, and Design (NCD) 2015 International Advisory Board (NIAB) recently held its bi-annual conference in San Diego, California to discuss progress of one of the world’s largest mixed use urban development projects. The NIAB awaits in anticipation as South Korea edges ever closer to approving the zoning for development on some of the most beautiful property available in the greater Seoul metropolitan area. The development, including the Guri World Design Center, is planned to take place in Guri City along the stunning Han River.
Key members from the NIAB were in attendance in San Diego to take part in the conference and provide updates on overall development progress. Chairman and CEO, Steve Lim, of Viva Vina gave participants an overview of the support the development has from an investment standpoint. Mr. Lim stated, “Key investors stand ready to fully support the development once proper zoning requirements are met”. Progress continues to be made and zoning approvals are expected in the near future.
The Guri World Design Center will take advantage of the growing consumer markets of Asia, including China, India, Russia, Korea, Japan and others. From Seoul, a business is within a 2-hour flight time of 1 billion people in the Asian market. This new development area will include residential zones, luxury hotels, shopping areas, state-of-the-art convention center, theatres, parks, and several other entertainment attractions. The development will include a prestigious international K-12 school and medical center. Everything an international business needs for employees to live and conduct business in Asia will be readily available and conveniently provided in one centralized location.
If you have any questions regarding the NCD 2015 Guri World Design Center project, or would like more details on overall development, please contact Viva Vina at email@example.com.
Thursday, January 24th, 2013 at 09:15 AM
The Viva Vina team is working with Mexican cattle producers to streamline beef production for export to multiple international markets. This includes working with ranchers where young cattle are raised, working with feedlots where cattle are grown and fattened, and also working with processing plants where cattle are killed, processed, and packaged. Involvement in all three phases enables Viva Vina the opportunity to provided consistent high quality beef.
According to a study done by Oklahoma State University, since 2009, U.S. beef imports from Mexico have seen a sharp increase. Mexico now represents the fourth largest beef importer to the United States. The rise of exports to other international destinations is also increasing. Viva Vina believes there are many opportunities available now to partner with Mexican beef producers and export to several destinations globally.
If you have any questions regarding beef production and export please contact Viva Vina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, April 12th, 2012 at 05:14 PM
NCD Advisory Board Meets in Beverly Hills
South Korea is embarking on its first major design center and the advisory board for the development of the project recently met in Beverly Hills, California.
The Nature, Culture and Design (NCD) 2015 International Advisory Board was created with intention of providing guidance throughout the development process. Steve Lim, Chairman and CEO of Viva Vina, Inc of Los Angeles stated, “We are very happy to be involved in the amazing NCD 2015 International Advisory Board to advise in the development of one of the largest mixed-use projects in the world. The Guri World Design Center will ultimately provide the services, resources, and ideal location necessary for businesses and consumers to come together and engage in the rapidly growing Asian market.”
Viva Vina remains committed as one of the key members in the development of this outstanding project. The development continues to gain momentum as the NCD Advisory Board awaits the decision from the Federal Government of South Korea to release the proposed land area for development. “We are hopeful release of the land area will occur in fourth quarter 2012″, stated Mr. Lim.
Please contact Viva Vina for further information regarding the NCD 2015 project and the continued development of the Guri World Design Center.
Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 at 05:02 PM
Viva Vina Signs Agreement for the Development of the Guri World Design Center
Viva Vina, Inc met in Seoul, South Korea at the agreement signing for the development of the Guri World Design Center. The three party agreement was signed between Guri City mayor Young Sun Park, Steve Lim Chairman and CEO of Viva Vina, Inc located in Los Angeles, California, and Chang Kuk Ko, president of K&C Associates of Seoul, South Korea. The three parties will work together for the future development of this extraordinary project.
The team is currently working with and providing essential information to the South Korean Federal Government. Government officials will use all available information to make the decision relating to the release of the protected land area proposed for the development of the NCD 2015 project including the Guri World Design Center.
The purpose of this development is to attract foreign business and investment to take advantage of the growing consumer markets of Asia, including Korea, Japan, China, Russia, and others. From Seoul, a business is within a 2-hour flight time of 1 billion people in the Asian market including Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Vladivostok. The new development will be a “Special Foreign Investment Zone” where international businesses will enjoy several benefits. This new development area will include residential zones, luxury hotels, shopping areas, state-of-the-art convention center, theatres, parks, and several other entertainment attractions. The development will include a prestigious international K-12 school and medical center. Everything an international business needs for employees to live and conduct business in Asia will be readily available and conveniently provided in one centralized location.
Thursday, October 6th, 2011 at 04:14 PM
The International Advisory Board Meets In New York City
The International Advisory Board for the Nature, Culture, and Design (NCD) 2015 project recently convened in New York City to discuss the progress of one of the world’s largest mixed-use development projects being planned on the outskirts of Seoul in Guri City. The multibillion-dollar development project, called the Nature Culture and Design (NCD), will include the Guri World Design Center, an exposition center, hotels, retail, condominiums, single-family homes, foreigners commercial zone, design graduate school, cultural centers, and much more.
The primary purpose of the NIAB is to provide the Korean government with insight and guidance on the development of the Guri World Design Center and architecture and development from a global perspective.
In attendance, were Guri City mayor Young Sun Park, Steve Lim Chairman and CEO of Viva Vina, Inc located in Los Angeles, California, and Chang Kuk Ko, president of K&C Associates of Seoul, Korea. “We intend to transform Guri City to Asia’s leading destination for Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions (MICE). Sustainable design will be an overriding initiative as we build for the future,” says Mayor Park.
Presenters at the meeting shared compelling data to support Guri City as an ideal location to build a design hub and destination in Asia. With 60 percent of the world’s population within six hours of Seoul and an impressive growth in exports, reflected in statistics that show 1962 exports at $50 million, and today’s exports at more than $500 billion, Guri City seems poised to support and grow a center of this magnitude.
Thursday, September 15th, 2011 at 03:35 PM
Guri World Design Center
Today, the most renowned and internationally known urban planning, architecture and interior design firms accommodate nearly 60 to 70% of the projects in Asia. As a result, the largest design market is located in Asia. In spite of the vast number for Asia’s hospitality design markets, there are no design centers related to hospitality expos, trade shows, and conferences, similar to the Chicago Merchandise Mart’s yearly program. As of now, this service is not provided in any Asian countries.
In order to solve this problem, we researched the hospitality design industry in the Asian market and determined Guri City to be the ideal location. Minutes from Seoul there is located approximately 1000 acres of prime development land along the Han River. This area has been, and is currently under a zoning that has not allowed any type of building and land development. Viva Vina and its partners are currently working with the South Korean Federal Government to re-zone this area for development. For additional information regarding the development of the Guri World Design Center please contact Viva Vina, Inc.
Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 at 01:53 PM
Canada Oil & Gas
The Viva Vina Team recently visited Alberta, Canada to meet with several oil and gas production companies. The companies Viva Vina met with hold assets ranging from several million to several billion dollars. A few companies also offer advanced technologies for the production of oil and gas. These companies in Alberta offer investors several opportunities to participate in a booming oil and gas market in Western Canada.
Currently, Canada has about 179 billion barrels of established crude oil reserves, more than any other country in the world except Saudi Arabia. About 173 billion barrels of Canada’s oil reserves – or about 97% – is oil sands. Canada is the world’s seventh-largest producer of crude oil. Canada currently produces close to 2.6 million barrels of crude oil every day. About 1.8 million barrels per day of oil – or about two-thirds of Canada’s production is exported. Oil production is forecast to reach at least 4.0 million barrels per day by 2020. Much of Canada’s oil reserves and production come from the Province of Alberta.
If you have any questions regarding Viva Vina, Inc. and investment opportunities in Alberta please contact the company at email@example.com.
Saturday, June 25th, 2011 at 05:42 AM
Viva Vina Visits Indiana
The Viva Vina Team recently visited the State of Indiana to meet with government officials and to discuss investment opportunities in the State. The State of Indiana offers several benefits for economic development. Viva Vina is working with both State and city government bodies to enhance several economic development opportunities.
Indiana is very proactive in efforts to attract business investment to the State. Viva Vina realizes these opportunities and will continue to pursue business development within the State and to makes these opportunities available to investors worldwide.
If you have any questions regarding Viva Vina, Inc. and investment opportunities in Indiana please contact the company at firstname.lastname@example.org.