The Martin Organization’s portfolio of businesses is a showcase of selected enterprises which we directly own or in which we hold a significant ownership stake or role in corporate governance.
Our principal focus is on the creation and funding of leading-edge technology ventures: applying science to human lives so as to multiply knowledge, relieve suffering, push back poverty, and generally create the better future many of us dreamed of as children. At the same time, we never lose focus on seeking to deliver exceptional value in the here-and-now for customers and shareholders alike.
We Look Forward To Building
A Strong Future
ROD D. MARTIN
Rod D. Martin is a technology entrepreneur, futurist, hedge fund manager, thought leader and activist from Destin, Florida. Fox Business News calls him a “tech guru,” Britain’s Guardian has labeled him a “philosopher-capitalist,” while Gawker has described him as a “brilliant nonconformist.”
The Martin family is very blessed to have descended from many who dared and sacrificed greatly for the future and for freedom. We honor that heritage of entrepreneurship, service to Christ and country, ceaseless exploration and intrepid wonder, and hope to exemplify it for generations to come.
“Rod is one of our nation’s leading minds. He possesses a more complete understanding of America than most executives have of their own businesses. He’s smart, original, and very committed—a combination that one rarely finds.”
“Rod Martin is a cornucopian entrepreneur and eutropic thinker whose influence radiates through an array of companies, institutions, movements and churches, combining the insights of information technology with the salvific promise of biotech. A renaissance American, he is also a prolific friend of freedom and faith around the globe.”
“Rod Martin is a man who has spent much of his life ministering to and working for the benefit of others. I know Rod as an advocate for freedom, a leader who understands the real changes we need, and who has the drive and ability to make those changes happen.”