In 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

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
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meanwhile this listing is designed for variety and where we have tracked founders mission and passion enough to believe you could be better off knowing of their innovation's open space or collaboration entrepreneur network than not

1 co-market social trade between cuba and the americas - proposal currently being finalised with March 2016 deadline -bernardo

2 co-market simple local solutions for ending anaemia - endorsement - winner of world bank athgo 2015 -tell me if you can help ivonnas team in north carolina and west coast- next stage find some poorest communities or global health leaders who are happy to test product

3 co-market films offering travel guides to social solutions around the world that your community might just need to urgently import -next stage chat up your social networks to win an oscar for the first film in this genre so that director MM makes his dream of linking 1 million social action alumni

Brooklyn and 50 state tour to launch Michael Moores Birth of Social Action Movie Genre


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4 co-market crowdfunded open space hubs -being prototyped so i hear out of birmingham UK and on-demand at NY/DC -tebabu is interested in similar cafe concept but only if you want to sustain value chain for coffee models way beyond current standard for world trade

5 co-market the uber for jobs/entrepreneurial franchises for underemployed graduates - believe this is next concept of Ryan number 1 winning student across 5 years of yunus social business america social business competitions - currently hubbed by graduates out of north carolina

6 co-market one of the greatest community-building solutions for refugees invented for genuine micro-communities in usa in the last 40 years - originated in san diego this is now beong fast tested by some of baltimores black conscious capitalists

7 co-market an app so that everyone in eg a new 3-day open space can choose how much to text each other -contact alexandra at berkeley

8 co-market 100 songs and musical arts process that could joyfully plant local performances anywhere = researched by anthropologists out of NYU and a broadway studio but now looking for volunteer youth to help market this
9 co-market whatever a student union votes for as the number 1 sustainability curriculum its professorial staff dont cover -well friends of Pope Francis from the Vatican to Americas currently have about 7 universities signing a memorandum of agreement to test this- one of the universities is backed by a former president of ecuador which is also the host of the first annual view of whether sustainability goal 11 sustainable communities and cities is maximising youth empowerment

10 co-market virtual and last mile process of conditional cash transfer

11 - co-market satellite elearning channel beaming down livelihood info to refugees across africa, middle east and south europe - eg contact www.yazmi.com in silver spring maryland or addis abba ethiopia or tell me what your suggestion is and i will try to deliver it on my way to work via yazmi hq

12 etextile or other pathways back to social fashion markets - can you count the number of ways that fashion and superstar markets are the most anti-social in the world- start with a factory that kills 1000 bangladeshi girls- what i dont understand is: why enough women dont know is that for an estimated 70 cent tax that is given directly back to fashion workers with no middle men womens fashions could turn back to being social rather than the ugliest of all markets - the fun thing about etextiles is that one inventor is at the epicentre of all their higher purpose as conscious capitalism networks call it - i suspect that if a club of e-inventors was linked in that might be able to change so many markets vision simultaneously if enough under 30s demanded that too








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happy sustainability years chris macrae Wash DC 240 316 8157

My 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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without quality electronics no open tech

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alumni sat telecoms

consider superports and china's agrarian capitalism

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end apartheid

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pop world bank

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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

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

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.


 

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