Exponential Human Development: welcome to kingcharles.info and our kindred economics spirit www.saintjames.tv - back In USA (much of english speaking world has lost happiness and freedoms of community grounded entrepreneurs)- lets help them see the climae- in the usa of 1990s the cost of marketing rose above the cost of serving in almost every market (why was that bad news for sustaining most families). The hope was that commercialisation of the web would change that was dashed by dotcom fiasco and Bush's shredding of Brooking's Unseen Wealth report -for more see table below on The Economist inspired 7-year cycles of future history -learn how to analyse sustainability in era of spending 4000 times more on inter-community telecomputing than world war 2 endgame of empiring over peoples.WELCOME TO HOME OF TOP 12 COMARKETING SOLUTIONS IN SUSTAINABILITY MILLENNIALS WORLD
LINKIN TO 1 co-market youth social trade between cuba and the americas and 11 insanely sustainable movements help populrise BRI.schools with stories: walter's ; james ....
ER JARGON - a co-market (or open space bar) network develops sustainable services and distributes local knowhow in ways that maximise jobs for under 30s and their regeneration of communities with greatest needs; satyagraha (the wole truth) is we wont know what the top 12 co-market networks are without your help==
nominate one and we'll see if its voted into the top 12 rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com happy sustainability years chris macrae Wash DC 240 316 8157
other Favorite conversation in world - linkedin unwomens chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk satellite learning alumni nets economistuniversity.com -where to collab cafe with us? wash dc except london sept 20-23 new york sept 25-28; lima 7 days in october
will doubling spends in global village communications tech every 7 year between 1946 to 2030 be sustainable?- that's a 4000 fold multiplier! help map exponential opportunities and risks -2030now risk assessments of jim kim 1 2- who else can millennials value as sustainable world's greatest job creators? can open learning win-win in time? -see youth surveys at http://www.economistfuture.blogspot.com/

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poverty's greatest leaps- from 72 greatest grassroots womens networks emerge as brac heroises poorest village mothers as infant and basic health networkers- next this trust becomes basis of brac and grameen microcredit as well as Eastern co-validation of southern preferential option poor (POP) models; from mid 60s Mao's agrarian keynsianism provides foundation, later Chinese diaspora inward invest in supercity transforming China as 21st worldwide epicentre

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ways of Exploring YUNUS Social Business Models and Youth Ambassador networks
50 questions to muhammad yunus and anyone who feels many things spun unsustainably in the 2000s and have not yet been systemically put back on courses for 7 billion wonderful livelihoods to be sustained


Discuss Global Grameen case launched by DR Yunus for 2010s as a global brand network connecting all of his partners and social business design.




MAPPING SUSTAINABILITY WORLD -in  death kof distance era that diaries http://economistamerica.com show 2030 will spend 4000 times more spent on worldwide communications than 1946

What if society is main investor to exponentially sustain in value echanges or free markets?

 individuals livelihoods are main producers to sustain;

and organisational system anyway need to be responsible partners in a world where no organisation is an island to networks; no borders can afford to compound externalisation of risks

We invite Q&A on Hundreds of Social Business Cases inspired by the orignal Bangaladesh System design and made world famous by Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus.
This case bank is compiled by the
Social Business Action Team since 2007. Our projects yunus dvd 10000; Social Business bookclub 1000Yunusforum.net - now the authorised outreach centre to citizens and youth ambassadors. You can contact us via chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk Washington DC 301 881 1655
Typical partner news: Adidas ,, Otto


FIRST LAW OF SOCIAL BUSINESS DYNAMICS
the first law of social business: ownership 0% top-down shareholders. & 100% (owned) in Micro-Up trust for those in longest compound need to be served


ok there are 2 variants beyond investors in starting up social business being offered their money back
while there are never any dividends, the issue of who owns the equity of the potentially most purposeful organsiation (defined by its social goal) has been left ambiguous- eg in theh world's largest public social business fund designed by danone communituies out of paris, the fund's equity is owned by the funder

Help with this CHECK LISTING rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
There are actually a lot of reasons why stick at 0% siphoned out



  • 1 this is the pure system of end poverty –stop big colonist capitals sucking out sustainability of local communities or worse causing them to be their own waste buckets or depressing area
  • 2 this is the pure maths that is the opposite of Wall Street Spreadsheeters - being ruled by one side rewarded for how much it extracts from every other, every quarter
  • 3 it is in effect the Bangladeshi invention that both grameen and brac compounded the world’s most purposeful orgs around and ten times more economic local community systems around -(cf prahalad bot of pyramid search for 10 times more economic)
  • 4 constitutionally as soon as an org has well maybe 1% can go to external shareholders, its always possible when the organization has a difficult time –eg its leader retires- that some lawyer will be hired to turn 1% siphoning to 100%
  • 5 0% should allow a social business to claim that it be treated in law as not for taxation
  • 6 0% should be arguable both to charities and to governments as a better model than anything they do to serve the weakest
  • 7 if every partner in a network is a 0% social business then you are safer than if you have to audit seem that are these hybrid social bus jesses ; in fact the hybrid can bring down the whole network
  • 8 as far as I know both nature & mathematicians integrate 100% micro up -reasoning compound even 1% conflict with sustainablity into a system and over time whole truth will be zeroised

Monday, November 30, 2009

question from www.grameenscotland.com part of series exploring top 30 future capitals and space of pro-youth economics http://yunuscity.ning.com

 Dear Dr Yunus
 In various events co-hosted with you in Glasgow from 2008 to 2010, you committed to Scottish youth's future livelihoods being one of the top 10 partners with your worldwide development maps in Bangladesh

 we understand you want ScotLand to help with staffing the foundations of Grameen Nursing College

 what else do we have to deliver as partnerships you need so that you help us with our future freedoms which are economically complex given that we are ruled both out of London by UK and out of Brussels by EU?

 like various nations at extreme borders of EU, there is no evidence that Brussels spends a second on the unique sustainability challenge of scotland millennials that we can find; we do however have one safety net in that we are at one end of Europe's geographical space- with no neighbours ever likely to see any purpose in going to war with us

 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk co-sponsor of scottish celebrations with muhammad yunus and co-pilot of journal of social business - a 70th birthday wish of MuhamMad Yunus made in glasgow

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Question from worldwide millennials regarding EconomistChina.net how can we celebrate win-wins with china as number 1 economic and sustainability orbit of 21st C

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

GIOSB Affilate microcredit.tv

 

2 Global Grameen -open source property asserted by The Social Busienss Action Team - Q&A welcomed by team - chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk

How might You & Us script sustainability’s return to Global Free Markets of 2010s ?

If you look at the high trust assumptions built into the community-based construct of Adam Smith’s Free markets, the idea that sustainability should NOT be integral to the valuation of corporations in global free markets is mad and off course from a globalization that my daughter and your grandchildren deserve, let alone the humanity the world owes to the girl power of the seventh of children born into the bottom billion.

Global Grameen's Good News is Social Business’s leading attempt by every friend of Dr Yunus to end such fallible system designs as Globalization and the macroeconomics of too big too fail have spun into the midst of communities around the world. Why not help humanity counter this by connecting round 2010s as Joy of Life Decade?

Global Grameen  was launched Nov 2009 out of the Volkswagen Autostadt in Wolfsburg thanks to Grameen Creative Labs (http://www.grameencl.com). Autostadt is a themed conference centre to the history and future of cars designed round the original Volkswagen  factory. It turned out that Dr Yunus has a history with Volkswagen. As a teenage boy scout he was one of about 20 who returned from the world Scout Jamboree in Canada overland across Europe. Their calculation was they could substitute for the high cost of an airline ticket in the mid 1950s with a boat trip across the Atlantic and then an overland cross-continental treck back to Bangladesh buying 3 VW vans for the main part of that journey. These they sold for a profit when they reached Bangladesh. Perhaps not quite incidentally it is rumored that Volkswagen is responding to a modern day R&D challenge in which Dr Yunus has asked for the most ecological engine, part car, part boat that could be economical for rural Bangladesh’s trips across land and water.

With a mixture of such global breakthrough R&D challenges and thoroughly open networking exchanges of existing knowledge of life critical kinds, the aim if Global Grameen is to become the world’s favourite global branding of sustainability partnerships. Grameen Social Business design open sources the world’s number 1 sustainability investment  model. Partners bring local or global markets that may not hitherto have been free to value sustainability’s compound exponential.

The Grameen ABC started with GND: G Global Grameen, N Nobel and D Danone. This triangle integrates:

G’s global sustainability investment maps for social business networks

N’s world stage and desire to see peace and economics connect. Bangladesh has a definition which the senior Nobel judge came to celebrate in opening a museum at Grameen Bank and praising a large crowd of Bangladeshi youth – developing economics is the process, tools and system designs by which people strive for peace and prosperity 

D links innovation of nutritional dairy goods for poorest infants, to creating one of the first global social business funds that has already sponsored a Chinese microcredit with Grameen. This is a fitting parallel to the first non-financial service of  Grameen Microcredit (carrot seeds reported above)

Q&A

What does more of the emerging Grameen Global ABC partnerships in sustainability look like?

Among other entries into Global Grameen alphabet of social business that we expect to be particularly celebrated in 2010s are:

A is for Adidas (one dollar shoe protecting against worm and other diseases bare foots can cause) and for Ali Baba, whose founder has challenged yunus and Grameen to join in co-creating 100 million new jobs for China during the 2010s.

B is for BASF starting with micronutrient sachets and mosquito nets as social businesses

I is for Grameen Intel which could bridge digital divides like no other brand duo

V is for Veolia, a French water company who has partnered Grameen to make safe drinking water at a priced at about 80 times less than any commercial business has been able to serve

Why is the 2010s the most exciting decade to be alive and to change the world?

2010s is the sustainability challenge decade – will we regain sustainability communally or blow if it for future generations?  Global Grameen bears a great responsibility as do we all for Yes We Can networking solutions around millennium goals whose deadlines the world’s nations agreed for 2015. Sustainability Olympics and other global media events can connect celebrations of the millennium peoples everywhere want to participate in as well as the champions we heroise.

Bangladesh – The Social Business Nation - open source property asserted by The Social Busienss Action Team - Q&A welcomed by team - chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk


How Can Social Business Nations Save the World’s Economy and Societies?


 


In 1976 when the economics editor of The Economist shocked his audiences by predicting there was a missing system design without which globalisation would be exponentially unsustainable (Entrepreneurial Revolution, 25 Dec 1976), a five year old nation’s leading entrepreneurs were busily proof-testing the missing system of sustainability, also known by world class brands advisers as the world’s greatest invention.


 


The first application of the missing system design to have made progress in freeing a global market to value its sustainability’s exponential is microcredit (market – banking and sustainability investment including a nation’s competitive advantage through time).


 


Muhammad Yunus who has done most to take his nation’s gift to the world calls the missing system design Social Business. This is what he said in his Nobel acceptance speech 2006:


“Almost all social and economic problems of the world will be addressed through social businesses. The challenge is to innovate business models and apply them to produce desired social results cost-effectively and efficiently. Healthcare for the poor, financial services for the poor, information technology for the poor, education and training for the poor, marketing for the poor, renewable energy ? these are all exciting areas for social businesses.


Social business is important because it addresses very vital concerns of mankind. It can change the lives of the bottom 60 per cent of world population and help them to get out of poverty.”


 


Cut to what Bill Clinton said in interview with Charlie Rose’s USA public broadcast show in February 2008:


“Microfinance is almost universally effective where its based on the same model that Bangladesh have used – that is where you are dealing with people who do not know how to read a balance sheet but they have a good reputation in the community, and they’ve got a skill


 


In the 1980s the South Shore Bank of Chicago now called Shorebank started making microcredit loans by America standards to black carpenters and Croatian electricians to work together to retrieve the South Side. Hilary found out about this and she went out to raise the money for a rural microcredit in Arkansas withy the same thing, the same results, it still in place ...it always works.


 


Now can it make a difference? It depends whether they are concentrated. I think in Bangladesh the Grameen Bank and others having been lending money for r 30 years, the volume of loans is so great now that it is making a measurable contribution to the economy. My evidence for this is that in the last couple of years Bangladesh has had one crisis after another –the kind of thing that tanks the stockmarkets. But in spite of all this trouble their economy is still continuing to grow about 6% or 7% a year. Unheard of- I think its because its coming from the grassroots through the interlocking networks of microentrepreneurs.”


 


Today a fast increasing list of regions are benchmarking social business with Dr Yunus and Global Grameen’s partners in branding sustainability. These include:


The Governor of Caldas, Columbia


The Nation of Albania.


The Mayor of Milan


The California Institute of Social Business chaired out of the California State University of the Channel Isles


Moscow City Hall


RSVP info@worldcitizen.tv if you have a sighting from your region


 


Here is a 2006 extract from Nobel Dr Yunus’ suggested national strategy for Bangladesh – Growing Up with 2 Giants:


 


LUCKY TO HAVE 2 GIANTS AS OUR NEIGHBOURS


 


India and China are almost there. They have already reached 8% growth rate & under 25% poverty level. They are becoming such political and economic powers that the whole world is gathering around them. Bangladesh is lucky to have 2 globally sought-after giants as her neighbours.. When our giant neighbours bring the whole business world to their door-steps, our doorsteps come very near to the business world. They come to us easily because of having important neighbours. If we play our cards right out economy can pick up he speed of our neighbors.


 


The future of Bangladesh lies in being an open door, open arm country. Let’s build everything in Bangladesh so Bangladesh becomes the natural first choice of hard-nosed investors and traders. Let Bangladesh be Bangladesh international. Let’s envision Bangladesh as the info technology, industrial and trading crossroads of the region if not the world.


 


Bangladesh has a very young population – half of us are under 20. A way to make all children, poor or rich, boy or girl, urban or rural feel equal is to ensure access to computer, mobiles and internet. The world these young people create will be the world of innovative ideas.  Old resistance to new ideas will crumble away. Ideas will chase ideas. Seekers of ideas will sift through mountains of ideas to get to the ones they are looking for. Unlike in old times, ideas and innovations will no longer remain unknown. Creativity in every direction will be rewarded more than anything else.


 


Bangladesh is enormously respected for being the birthplace of microcredit. Every country in the world feels the need for microcredit. Microcredit is studied in academic in situations, discussed in meetings, conferences and workshops. They all pay respect to Bangladesh for being the originator country. Bangladesh , microcredit, Grameen have become synonymous in the minds of people around the world.


 


Bangladesh is also remembered as the country which gave the world oral saline to combat diarrhea. Bangladesh has earned respectability by demonstrating skill and efficiency in disaster management. World media publicly suggested that Tsunami affected counties and the USA, after devastating Katrina, should learn from Bangladesh in disaster management.


 


The list of our accomplishments is long and impressive. We notice the admiring eyes of international delegates focused on Bangladeshi delegates when we attend international conferences – be it microcredit, disaster management, heath, education, renewable energy., environment, women empowerment or child labour.