Reply To: Ryan’s Intro

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Thanks everyone I really appreciate the advice and networking

I am going to try to give a brief picture of where I am at currently

the strengths of the Ontario aquaculture is that they are so varied in size and scope,
the weaknesses comes down to having the personal trying to do the work of (professional divers)

I am aiming to exploit 3 gaps

1. service & supply
we provide inspection and service of all the main pumping solutions and air compressors
2. providing high data reports
water testing, underwater plant management, detailed hydro-graphics & Lidar mapping for a one stop shop for the company’s starting,
expanding and looking to cut down on their own personal/ down time costs.
3. covering the gov side we offer contracts to local municipality’s as well as local/ fire and police as well for liability diving,
local tow company’s, bridge inspections ect

I don’t have many headaches and have a good foothold, I am more of a ‘ I love what I do business second guy’ so this is to teach me the way of doing this properly.

ultimately the goal is to be a certifying agency for standard across the aquaculture industry when it comes to rehabilitation & naturalization of used gravel pits & mines as long with having a better grip on the service and supply side and keep busy working with 5 other employees with local municipal works and surveys ect

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