Jewron Incorporated [Stock: JEW] (Formally: Jewron Incorporated Holding and Public; Short: Jewron Inc., Jewron) was a conglomerate based in Langley, Virginia, USA. It was localized, or operated in, USA, Spain, Norway and Croatia. It was owned by TVA Group, and managed by Jewitt, Chief Management Partner.
Businesses & Investments
Elijah's Big Wood (Formal: Elijah's Big Wood Lumber and Exports; Short: Elijah's) was the flagship company within Jewron. It was a Quality Three company that exported primarily to Spain and Sweden. It was based in Nashville, Tennessee. On 30 January, 2009, Jewron announced it planned to sell stock in Elijah's. After two weeks of selling stock, on 14 February 2009, Jewron announced that it had bought out all stocks, a trial which brought one investor. It had also released multiple employee benefits programs, though few employees took advantage of them.
Mjolnir's Defense Insurance (Formal: Mjolnir's Strategic Defense Insurance for National Security; Short: Mjolnir's) was a stockpile operation of Jewron at which weapons were stockpiled via funds from TVA Group for use in times of war when the domestic market empties. It was a Quality One establishment and only operated in the USA from its home-state of Colorado.
Jewworks Industries (Formally: Jewworks Industrial Services and Cooperative; Short: Jewworks) was a storage facility for multiple economic ventures and item storage for Jewron. It was based in Norfolk, Virginia. It also was a mediator between Jewron and all contracts it released. Its staff was unknown and supposedly limitless, but it was not deniable that it was owned by Jewron in general.
Jewron was willing to purchase small amounts of shares from companies, or trust bonds, to aid in company expansion. These, as with everything else, was based on an individual basis. Due to international market conflicts and limited staffing in Jewron, bonds were able to be purchased only by USA companies.
Jewron specialized in contract formation, investment counsel, and mediated investments (where Jewron put forth additional collateral with a share of rights to be payment). All conditions were on a per-case basis and there was no standardized form. A simple message torequesting information with a brief description of the scenario was sufficient enough.
- Jewitt (Founder, CEO, President)