Houston, TX, July 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- BioInvaders, Invasive Species Marketplace recently incorporated in Texas, and is now doing business as BioInvaders Incorporated. The firm is a market maker for collectors and users of invasive species specimens and operates on the internet at the domain http://www.bioinvaders.com. BioInvaders Incorporated currently has two shareholders, Founder and President Brett Nathaniel Scott, MBA and Vice President Brandon Joshua Scott. The firm is currently in negotiations with scientists and other professionals to form an advisory board.
“Incorporating gives us legitimacy and protection as we implement strategies to execute our founding mission: to eradicate invasive species by making products out of them,” said Founder Brett Scott. The company aims to maximize shareholder value while accomplishing ecosystem restoration, something that requires a lot of interaction with government agencies. Scott continued, “We’re trying to abide by all the laws and follow the proper protocols and procedures as far as shipping live specimens across state lines are concerned. As well, we are listening to customers, the government, and other stakeholders regarding the best methods for removing invasive species from sensitive habitats.”
The Founders remarks were timely as the firm was recently visited by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). “The USDA reached out to us in response to the launch of our website: they wanted to make sure we had all the proper permits to possess live invasive species specimens. We informed them that all the specimens we had collected in the past had been euthanized in the field and that we weren’t harboring any live invasive species at the time.”
BioInvaders and the USDA agreed to work together to get all the permits necessary to ship any kind of live specimen in every State of the United States of America, thus better serving customers and the public. “They offered to look over our paperwork for us and make sure it was up to snuff,” said Scott. The firm and the agency discussed various target species that would be appropriate for putting up for sale on the BioInvaders, Invasive Species Marketplace.
Scott was then invited to visit the USDA at their office, tour their laboratory, and obtain some samples of invasive species specimens from them. He remarked, “We are going to get some Giant African Snail, Achatina achatina, shells from them…I’m definitely putting them up for sale on the website.” BioInvaders is currently looking for both collectors and users of invasive species specimens to sell and buy exotic species through the company’s marketplace.