It works like this:
After full agreement between investor and Innovations, the selected inventions are manufactured, either in a partner manufacturing facility or one that is built for this purpose. The manufacturing facility gets its labor from the Ubuntu community members in the local town where the facility is located. Members of the Ubuntu community contribute 3 hours per week toward working in the factory, producing the invention.
The inventor, and investors, share in 1/3 of the profits of all the products that are sold.
The remaining one-third of the profits goes to the Ubuntu Community for re-investment.
Due to the "free" labor, we are able to sell the products at a significantly lower price, making it more affordable for everyone to own one of these products and spreading the new technology quickly around the country and perhaps the world.
Learn more about One Small Town / Contributionism at http://www.onesmalltown.org