WELCOME TO HOME OF TOP 12 COMARKETING SOLUTIONS IN SUSTAINABILITY MILLENNIALS WORLD
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
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
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
Michael Moore’s ‘Where To Invade Next’ Acquired By Radius Pair & ... $2.4M Brooklyn Fox Searchlight $1.9M Secret In Their… STX ...
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
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
you can also help co-edit www.sharktankweb.com if relentless co-blogging for sustainability millennials is your thing
happy sustainability years chris macrae Wash DC 240 316 8157
consider japan- quality as worldwide win-win
without quality electronics no open tech
alumni sat telecoms
consider superports and china's agrarian capitalism
personal computer pops
birth of www
grameen phone ends rural digital divides
pop world bank
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Misha Glenny (born in 1958) is an award winning author and journalist who has been working in Central and Eastern Europe for 20 years. Being an expert on the Balkan crisis of the early 1990s, he wrote various books, such as The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War in 1992. Misha Glenny lectures at universities throughout Europe and the United States and regularly consults state institutions.
McMafia: Crime without Frontiers, his latest book about the rise of the criminal world since the fall of communism, has become an international bestseller. He has previously been Central Europe Correspondent for the BBC World Service, and is a regular contributor to The New York Times and The New Yorker. Misha Glenny was educated at Bristol University and Charles University in Prague.
Sanjiv Goenka (born in 1961) is Vice Chairman of RPG Enterprises, one of Indias leading industrial houses with USD 3 billion of revenue. He has gained vast management experience dealing with the groups activities in various areas such as power generation, distribution and transmission, coal mining, retail and entertainment.
Sanjiv Goenka is President of All India Management Association (AIMA), an apex body of management with over 31000 individual members, 3000 institutional members and 60 local management associations across India and overseas. He is Honorary Consul of Canada in Kolkata and has been the youngest-ever President of the Confederation of Indian Industries as well as of the Indian Chamber of Commerce. Sanjiv Goenka graduated from the St. Xavier's College in Kolkata.
Jürgen Hambrecht (born in 1946) has been Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF SE since 2003. BASF SE is one of the worlds leading chemical companies with more than 97000 employees worldwide. Having entered the company after obtaining his Doctorate in chemistry from the University of Tübingen in 1975, Jürgen Hambrecht has served BASF SE for more than 30 years.
He has successfully managed the companys numerous acquisitions towards diversified and more profitable growth. Under his guidance, BASF SE has also launched several projects focusing on sustainable development such as the partnership BASF Grameen with Muhammad Yunus Grameen Bank. Jürgen Hambrecht is a profound expert on China and also Chairman of the Asia Pacific Committee of German Business.
Andreas Jacobs (born in 1963) has been Chairman of the Board of Barry Callebaut Group since 2005. He is also Chairman of the Board of Jacobs Holding AG, an investment company which unites business operations the Jacobs family has been involved in over generations, and thus knows the challenge of combining family tradition and business.
Besides his executive positions, he is an independent investor with a stake in several companies. Andreas Jacobs holds a postgraduate degree in European competition law from the University of Freiburg in Breisgau as well as a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD in Fontainebleau.
Robert Peugeot (born in 1950) is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Société Foncière Financière et de Participations FFP, a holding company with the purpose of preserving the interests of the Peugeot family. FFP is the main shareholder of Peugeot S.A., which has been under family control for centuries.
Robert Peugeot followed the tradition, starting his own career as manager of the strategic planning department at PSA in South Africa, before climbing the corporate ladder continuously for over 30 years and serving 10 years as member of the Executive Committee of the group. In 2007, he was appointed to the Board of Directors of Peugeot S.A., overseeing a staff of approximately 200000. Robert Peugeot holds an MBA from INSEAD.