IPN works at the intersection between municipalities, counties, businesses, and non-profits to package economically-, socially-, and environmentally-attuned projects via a scalable project engagement and funding platform that is attractive to citizen, institutional, and grant IMPACT capital.
 

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Municipalities and Counties

IPN works with municipalities and county officials to co-create, enrich, and package projects that:

  • Ground projects into local economic, social, environmental, and cultural needs and resources

  • Catalyze project input and participatory agency by local people, business, and organizational entities

  • Generate projects with multiple new community-based revenue streams

  • Circulate capital access to a wider range of local people and entities

  • Strengthen local capital base while attracting regional and national impact capital flows

  • Expand "invested public" ownership and governance through the FuelingMain processes and dashboards

  • Deploy project performance data to build new histories and future system capabilities

Generating short, medium, and long-term flows that:

  • Capture the growing resources of an emerging $30 trillion dollar plus asset community - what we call the "invested public"-and turn that community into a local long-term future project constituency

  • Attract new local public investing and revenue generation, with a shared focus on sustaining everyday systems

  • Model the right-sized funding tool to the particular needs of small and mid-sized revenue generating and/or revenue-saving projects

  • Reduce overall local debt loads by adding equity-based investment structures into the local funding mix

  • Improve your credit rating by prioritizing municipal bonds for only heavy lift projects,

  • Circulate more local revenue for net positive development that enhances your bond rating

  • stabilize long-term fiscal invested public project processes that uses precious precious tax and debt bonding wisely

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Businesses and Non-Profits (Service Providers)S

 

Businesses and non-profits can gain positioning and access as part of IPN's work with local officials to co-create, enrich, and package projects that:

  • Ground projects into local economic, social, environmental, and cultural needs and resources

  • Catalyze project input and participatory agency by local people, business, and organizational entities

  • Generate projects with multiple new community-based revenue streams

  • Circulate capital access to a wider range of local people and entities

  • Strengthen local capital base while attracting regional and national impact capital flows

  • Expand "invested public" ownership and governance through the FuelingMain processes and dashboards

  • Deploy project performance data to build new histories and future system capabilities

Generate short, medium, and long-term benefits:

  • The IPN public/private partnership project strategy can generate increased project throughput while building access to trillions in new capital from the "invested public" - an emerging community that wants to invest in projects that generate economic, social, environmental, and cultural returns.

  • Co-create with the IPN team an enriched project model that can be packaged and funded in a way that enhances layers of returns for the service provider, the community, the municipality/county, and the investors.

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Aligning Client and IPN Capabilities

"Working through IPN's interactive project design framework, clients explore initiative and offering options that will increase their capabilities to tailor projects to the local context, to sustain and grow local resources by generating new revenue streams and to build a flow of successive projects that will attract support from a growing, powerful asset community."

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About Us

The IPN team has spent four years designing and developing a systemic, innovative community-based revenue building framework for our first clients. We have a growing body expertise that enriches your team's capacity.

The co-founders:

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Brett Sechrest is a systems synthesizer, developer and integrator within the technological, financial, and green tech manufacturing sectors, bringing more than 25 years of experience to the creative generation and implementation of comprehensive businesses, products, and project strategies. Co-founder/Chief Executive Officer

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Bill Morrish is a recognized infrastructure urban designer and public educator bringing 40 years of experience aligning research in urban and suburban development with a wide range of community-based  professional projects to the design of innovative ways of thinking, making, and doing public good projects rooted in a place’s second nature. Co-founder/Senior Project Enrichment Director

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Erich Oliphant is an expert in service-oriented architecture, cloud, mobile, and many related technologies bringing more than 25 years of experience in the design, development, and deployment of large-scale, mission-critical web database systems for federal, private, and NGOs. Co-founder/Chief Technical Officer.

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Colin Olson is a leading machine learning research engineer bringing 12 years of experience managing multi-disciplinary efforts in the design and implementation of massively parallel, real-time, machine-learning algorithms for big data solutions.
Co-founder/Chief Operational and Data Officer.