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failed on the dragons den - in japan where this show started and Canada the producers care about social - as usual with bbc the editorial lens is a mixture of arty and how cruelly uncurious investors can be when there's no space for dialogue
failed on create a star programs (of which bbc was a disastrous first before idol etc) - ref universityofstar model
the story in 2013 The Social Apprentice
The Apprentice television show – a battle between contestants’ wit, flair and business acumen.
But are these role models representing the best of British business and the current wave of innovation that’s sweeping across the business world?
At Social Enterprise UK, we think not.
That's why we've launched ‘The Social Apprentice’ campaign, to highlight the omission of social enterprises and social entrepreneurs from mainstream media, and call for a new version of 'The Apprentice', to help tell their stories.
The social enterprise movement is growing and thriving. They are the organisations using business to tackle social or environmental problems. Over the past two decades, their explosion onto the UK business scene is in answer to a growing call from the public, politicians and influencers for more responsible ways of doing business.
With business practices and behaviours changing, and many, especially young people, spurning mainstream business in favour of social enterprises, we believe it is time to let the blossoming social entrepreneurs prove their worth, and show what they’re capable of, in front of a global audience.
Social enterprises come in all shapes and sizes - some of the most well-known names in the sector include businesses like Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, Pants to Poverty, The Big Issue, Belu water and Divine Chocolate.
New to social enterprise? Find out more about this global movement here.
Supporters and champions of the social enterprise sector, and leaders in business, are rallying together, calling on the BBC to host a different kind of Apprentice television programme.
To this end, the campaign has three main objectives:
1. Encourage the BBC to commission programmes that showcase the work of social entrepreneurs and social enterprises - people and organisations using business to create social change
2. Engage with production companies interested in developing programmes that focus on social enterprises that are transforming business practices and challenging social problems
3. Help social entrepreneurs and social enterprises, the change-makers in British business, use the media to tell their stories to the general public
We’re kicking off the campaign with an open letter to BBC One’s Acting Controller, Charlotte Moore. It explains our position, and the need to recognise the social entrepreneurs using their business talent to help people and the planet in the BBC's television programming.
The letter has been signed by social entrepreneurs, including John Bird, founder of The Big Issue, and Ben Ramsden founder of Pants to Poverty. Also pledging their support are previous participants of The Apprentice, including Tim Campbell MBE, founder Bright ideas Trust, The Apprentice’s first winner, and Melody Hossaini, Founder & CEO, InspirEngage International, who appeared in the sixth series.
We want SEUK members, social entrepreneurs, business people and members of the public to join our campaign by signing a petition, calling for the BBC to commission business programmes that showcase social enterprises. By signing the petition, you agree to support the campaign's key objectives and supporting media materials.
Click here to sign the petition in Google Documents.
Social enterprises’ stories are as interesting and diverse as their businesses, and their existence is a reflection of the surge in economic and social problems we presently face.
Who are the social entrepreneurs and social enterprises?
There are 70,000 social enterprises in the UK alone, employing more than a million people and generating billions of pounds for our economy.
Research shows that:
UK social enterprises are outstripping mainstream SMEs for growth and creating more jobs relative to turnover.
The UK is experiencing a social enterprise start up boom in deprived communities, where they’re needed most.
Social enterprises are much more likely to be run by young people, women and black and minority ethnic groups than traditional businesses.
The best of British business
Below are just some of the social enterprises doing business in the UK.
Belu donates 100% of its profits to WaterAid. Since 2011, award-winning Belu has generated more than £330,000 for the clean water charity, transforming the lives of over 20,000 people in the developing world >> www.belu.org
The Big Issue was set up to give homeless people a chance to earn a legal income, offering an alternative to begging, while using the content to campaign on the behalf of all socially excluded people. Weekly circulation figures top 135,000 in the UK alone >> www.bigissue.com
Divine Chocolate, the fair trade chocolate company which is 45% owned by cocoa farmers. When people buy their delicious chocolate, farmers receive a better deal for their cocoa and get a slice of the profits to invest into their communities >> www.divinechocolate.com
Pants to Poverty create trendy pants that raise ‘under-awareness’ for fair trade clothing, as well as help farmers in developing countries get a fair deal for their cotton >> www.pantstopoverty.com
More social enterprise stories
ecret of the industrial age was those "nations" that extracted most (energy , minerals etc) from foreign communities grew the most while impoverishing those they extracted from. Even more tragic systems then externalized risks back onto those places that had been put most in debt while being extracted from! This below zero-sum modeling was a consequence of an industrial age of consuming up things. Those who value a post-industrial revolution aim to mediate the human race's pioneering era of above zero-sum models liberated by the dynamics of knowhow multiplying value in use, mobilized through global village apps accessible everywhere at the same almost zero-cost - exactly the opposite system dynamics spun around the 20th century's consuming up things faster and faster
Ultimately nature's evolutionary rules are bottom up and openly collaborative. It's no wonder that the scaling of man made systems to be global for the first time is causing climate and other crisses wherever we exponentially devalue nature's rules. More absurdly we haven't yet legalized organsiational forms most suitable for such sectors as abundant clean energy which can be networked out of every community not ruled over by a few giant interests of eg controlling carbon's chaining of value
For youth of the 21st century, most of whose innovation of productivity will value multiply virtually across the world in services (and not just with workers next door) Note the intrapreneurial paradox - much of this open replication of microfranchises will distribute knowledge aimed at prioritise life-saving local community regeneration. The greatest risk to worldwide youth becomes governments who monoplise regulating trade instead of opening windows onto a "borderless' world . Such anti-youth dinosaurs spin the most uneconomic distortions -witness what big banking has so far done to 21st century jobs (lost generations)
Diarising joyful stories of youth's cross-cultural adventores
While our friends of YouthCapitalism would like to be in contact (1 ,2, 3 , 4) with worldwide citizens with solutions to the left-hand crises such as those twinning capital cities in million job co-creation with youth, we'd also like to hear fom those with joyful cross-cultural histories. Take the case of Muhammad Yunus many youth's most joyful economist
Around 1955, the 15-year old Yunus seized the opportunity to go on a round the world trip of almost a year's duration with other Muslim teenagers. The celebration: the annual worldwide Boys Scout summit, that year being convened out of Canada. In those days, planes were prohibiteively expensive. So sixteen teenagers sailed out of Bangaldesh (then called East Pakistan) on their Westbound journey. Even more courageously their trip back east sailed to continental Europe, took trains to Wolfsburg, where they bought a few Volkswagen vans to drive back overland.
Arguably the mid 1950s was the only time in history sixteen youth could do this. Before that the world was at war (as industrial extraction literally ran out of space) and even Volkswagen technology wasn't reliable enough. After that the number of visas needed to plan such a trip and the costs of safety would have made such a trip 10 times less economical if doable at all
Let's discuss what can be learnt from this. One idea is that those editing moocs and khan academy could make one of their priorities the design of a pro-youth curriculum of cross-cultural joy. Keynes explained why economists who do not value deep cultural arts are not to be trusted to ruling over future system design. Even more dramatically to point, Adam Smith wrote never ever let one mindset monoplise your schooling system. Wherever governments are that protective mindset, schools are not being democratically designed around the knowhow borderless youth of the 21st century need most to be economically viable with their working lives and peacefully celebrating cross-cultural joy
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e down public sector tv wherever it fails to cover the search for 30000 microfranchises as the number 1 good news item . Also free public debate on what purposes of every major market sector most maximises human livelihoods in exponentialiy value multiplying but safe ways (see www.trilliondollaraudit.com )
Learn from chinese web leaders collaborative competition to create 100 million jobs
NETGEN - defining social and economic movements
Understand how bangladesh socially networked 15 million village mothers jobs and ended illiteracy of 50 million children -part 1 before mobile connectivity
Understand how bangladesh and kenya lead the world in ebanking owned by and for the poorest and job creating youth -end politicians who obstruct this and the disgraceful political chicanery of macroedconomists
End all extrenalistion models of economics by reclaiming the 2 hippocratic oaths that Keynes demanded of all who design future systems- race to end poverty and know that this cannot be done until peace dividends restore goodwill communities everywhere. Ask Glasgow University alumn of adam smith to mooc a glossary of every term he defined which has become abused by false mediation
Replicate the bangladesh solar energy model until billion people off grid enjoy thriving carbon negative economy of solar
Benchmark the model applicable to 90% of industry sectors to transform to carbon zero value chains within half a generation pioneered by a leading carpet manufacturer - interface
Make a list of missing schools curricula of sustainability - clean energy, financial literacy, empowerment and cross-cultural joy, job creating entrepreneurial literacy being 5 that tens of millions of south african and indian children are peer to peer learning
Make a worldwide catalogue of bottom-up crop science benchmarking how this contributes to 1 food security , 2 locally natural agricultural processes , 3 inclusion of poorest farmers futures in effectiveness, efficiency and expanadability - the core design of the world's largest and most collaborative ngo BRAC
Unite real and virtual learning platforms (eh khan academy) to end the 4 monopolies of job-destroying educators
Celebrate ILABs everywhere they unite open source technology youth in their aim to lead world class trade across and within nations with particular emphasis of ending risks - the number 1 unique advantage of death of distance borderless connectivity -what both twitter and crowdmapping were originally designed around
Linkin round the business model designs of bottom-up multinationals currently targeting the top 25 life critical services that billions of poorest do not yet have a hi-trust market process for
Celebrate maker expos everywhere including summer camps- these value artisan and local ecology skills; they can be liberated by such open technologies as 3d printing
Unite the 3 leading models of nearly free nursing colleges with the goal of creating 100 million jobs that end nurseless villages (where nursing is value as the most trusted information networker (including local telemedicine tester) as well as basic health service deliverer. Continue London Olympics theme of celebrating what the history of your place has at some time celebrated best for peoples public servant model
If you are catholic join in the servant leadership curriculum; if you celebrate another faith identify its analogous servant leader movement; if you are agnostic you can still support servant leader curricula wherever you celebrate family and community
Understand the open processes of MIT that led to it being the number 1 job creating alumni network- and publish a value league of universities voted on by under 25s
Identify 3 or more ideas we have so far failed to map
Places 1962 (including property infrastructures and maps of trading routes by sea rail and virtual as well as by airplane and car and bike or horse)
Intelligence and Education 1969 (including machine and human, worldwide and local)
Finance debate 1972, first mobile call 1006 last call 2008
Energy, water and plastic debate 1972, prime time 2000
Food from 1972
Health from 1972 prime time 2000
media and languages 1984
other markets - which interest you - rsvp email@example.com
EconomistDiary.com 1962 was the first time my family (dad having seerved as teenager in world war 2 over modernday myanmar/bangladesh spent his life trying to truth-test media mainly at The Economist )
and friends hosted an artificial intelligence debate- at that time the question was how would science/engineering/post industrial revolution change in schools if every child and teacher had a pocket calculator instead of a slide ruler or abacus- in our terminology we are concerned with how humans apply machine intelligence- eg we had raced to them moon by 1969, according to gordon moore bt 2030 a trillion times more tech would be mobulsed around earth than when nasa did its experiment- conversely in 1969 the majority of humans still had no access to electricity grids - thats how unequal and divided the world had been designed around during the colonial age 1500-1945 where mainly people in 8 nations (about 12% of people enslaved , colonised or had no reguar communicationjs with seven eighths of humans)
If some of these dates surprise you- if you think our dateline is too late tell us we'd like to share your remarks- if you think too early - we use term sustainability as being about the exponential maths and intergenerational trust- this is not what the European Union judges its policies by which have become as short-term as american presidencies-however nature's evolutionary rules are the ones we have always aimed to integrate maps locally to globally around
Urgency of some markets is different depending on communities and mother Nature's most life threatening challenges- we have always tried to include maps from 5 viewpoints:
N5 far west - eg usa west coast
N4 far east- eg japan, islands of far east since 1977 china mainland
N3 Far north - eg from boston to celts to vikings to arctic circle
N2 South Asia Coastal Belt etc - because of humidity etc health of infants amd mthers changes when you go south of about latitude 25n- and with over a third of world living between 2n and the equator we track markets for girls development out of this space as a critical region
2025 report.net call the period 1960-2030 the most exciting toime to be alive because the way we design worldwide markets will determine whether our species goes above 10 billion people are down to zero- both futures are probable- system theory says some in between state is not likely
when we dat the start of particular markets sustainability goals there is a difference between the debate being important and there being a benchmarkable model
for example the future of shopkeeping was a debate even in nelos napoleon and washington days but technology made this unstoppable from 1995 with amazon
mbers the silk road club you could call these the united chambers of eurasia- here is a sample
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This past Friday, the Chamber's leadership recognized and feted my 7 years of dedicated service to the organization and to Kenyans.
The award was presented at an elaborate event by the Chief Guest, Amb. Macharia Kamau, Kenya's Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs. I was accompanied by my mother Hon. Zipporah Kittony, who has been a strong pillar of support all through.
As this chapter of my life comes to an end, I am grateful to all who supported me in the 7 year journey of restoring the glory of the Chamber, including KCB's CEO Joshua Oigara and Safaricom's former CEO, my friend the late Bob Collymore, and all other captains of industry who gave encouragement, treasured advice and unwavering support in the course of my tenure.
I am also grateful to the thousands of SMEs that put their trust in the Chamber, as well as government and development partners who supported our agenda of growing Kenyan businesses.
Under President Richard Ngatia, I am confident that the Chamber will move from strength to strength. I wish him all the best. hashtag
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China welcomes the relaunch of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project and is ready to work with the Malaysian side to implement the project to promote the economic and social development of the regions along the route and benefit the local people, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Friday.
The East Coast Rail Link project is the first artery railway built in the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia, a major project linking east and west parts of the Malaysian Peninsula and the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail.
According to reports, the relaunch ceremony of the ECRL Project was held in Malaysia's Terengganu state on Thursday. Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook and Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian attended the ceremony.
When asked to comment on the report, spokesperson Hua Chunying said that this case once again shows that there is nothing to fear regarding problems or challenges in the Belt and Road cooperation or any other form of cooperation with China.
"As long as the two sides have a constructive attitude and developmental perspective, and the spirit of friendly consultation and mutual understanding, they can always overcome difficulties, promote cooperation and ultimately achieve mutual benefits and win-win results," Hua said.
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Secretary General at International Chamber of Commerce, Paris
Welcome leadership from EU and Canada to utilize arbitration to resolve trade disputes should the World Trade Organization Appellate Body cease to function at end-2019. We encourage other governments to follow suit to preserve a rules-based, institutional approach to settling hashtag
#trade tensions. Robust dispute resolution vital to make trade work for people and planet:
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China pledges to further cooperation with UK as new PM said "pro-China"
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying made the remarks as Boris Johnson, who took office as the British prime minister on Wednesday, said his government would be very "pro-China" in an interview with the Hong Kong-based broadcaster Phoenix TV.
"We are very enthusiastic about the Belt and Road Initiative," Johnson said.
He also vowed to keep Britain as "the most open economy in Europe" for Chinese investments and voiced his country's welcome to Chinese students.
Saying Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday sent a congratulatory message to Johnson, Hua stressed the Chinese side values relations with Britain.
China is willing to make joint efforts with Britain to develop ties in the spirit of mutual respect and win-win cooperation, she said.
China stands ready to deepen mutual political trust, expand pragmatic cooperation with Britain in various fields including the Belt and Road construction, and boost people-to-people exchanges so as to achieve sustained, stable and healthy development of bilateral ties, the spokesperson added.
She also called on the two countries to join hands in safeguarding multilateralism and free trade, and combating global challenges.
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Q: The new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in an interview with Phoenix TV on July 23 said that his government would be very "pro-China" and they are very enthusiastic about the Belt and Road Initiative. He also vowed to keep Britain as "the most open economy in Europe" for Chinese investments and said the UK welcomes Chinese students. What's China's comment on Boris Johnson becoming the new British Prime Minister? How do you respond to his remarks?
A: We congratulate British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on taking office and Premier Li Keqiang has sent a congratulatory message to him. China values its relations with the UK. In the spirit of mutual respect and win-win cooperation, we stand ready to work with the UK to deepen political mutual trust, expand cultural and people-to-people exchange and practical cooperation in various fields, including under the BRI, and promote the sustained, steady and sound development of China-UK relations. The two sides should make greater efforts and contributions in jointly upholding multilateralism and free trade and addressing global challenges.
European Union Chamber of Commerce in China
A) help korea link together across globe2500 governors of half million peoples race to zero carbon by 2030 - announced to 80 delegations of aiib by governor won of jeju island seconded by korean prime minister jae-in
South Korea's Moon Jae-in calls on AIIB to work for peace
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B) unite every franciscan end poverty social franchise (eg all originated by jim kim or sir fazle abed) plus tech wizards eg jack ma plus servant leaders eg xi jinping and big-data-small investment banking parterships at g20 argentina summer 2018
CONTEXT for those who hope economics or media or education or new tech can sustain under 30s
0 my father was among last to be taught by keynes that guru economists are the next generation's greatest ideological enemy except where their monopoly in designing systems with compound impacts consciously mediates:
0.1 integration of next generation livelihoods into everything they analyse/credit with preferential attention to those born poorest
0.2 poorest = places, underclasses (often female if one reviews history) and cultures that industrial revolution 1 exponentially excluded because of its top down and zero-sum race to grab carbon and other natural resources ( even to externalise risk onto societies where risks were already least consciously communicated sector be sector)
0,3 By1969: while being happy that part of the world had proved man and computer could collaborate to reach the moon, dad was well aware that by 1969 over third of humanity were not yet on electricity grids- crisis of indsutrial rev 1 was it freed opportunity to innovate very unevenly geographically and its zero sum models supplemented by tv were spiralling toward big get bigger, arms races as other dismal endgames including western politicians ruling over fear not servant leadership....hence after 25 years of mediating "economics" he spent rest of his life joyfully mediating future history of will 3 generations invest in milennials being first sustainability generation
1.0 Entrepreneurial Revolution From Christmas Day 1976 survey of entrepreneurial revolution (co-published in italian by a young romano prodi) my father's key editorial/lifelong question in The Economist was would we go global sustainably (little sister not big brother) and co-create 3 billion new jobs around first networked generations including 1 billion by going beyond carbon.
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2.1 A year later (1977) in his one trip to china father was overjoyed to see billionnaire chnese diaspora who had engineered the regions superports (already the 3rd economic trading network after us and japan) were being invited to inward invest as the first non-state corporates- global villages linking every country's future innovation should want to win-win trade with the future of china and the future of sustainable youth: is it possible to bank round win-win currency/hi-trust exchanges?- interestingly chinese capitalism only permitted 3 waves of big corporates- the third scaling from
1999-2008 being BAT exactly 3 internet corporate ecosystems only one of which in 2008 had hundreds of tech wizards capable of answering how to prevent subprime from collapsing china too - while americans with Obama blinking were chained to paper printing of too big to fail banks with the fed, the chinese elected a virtual social credit network whose ownership is intriguingly neither corporate nor state and whose future analytic drivers of big data small mirrors those of blockchain alumni although its 2 main study groups in tsinghua and peking university dont necessarily use that name
2.2 2015 Since the UN reframed dialogues around sustainability goals , chinese student networks cooperatively coordinated by amy (aka alizee) have been tracking who's actually been including next generation voice in public-private partnership innovation processes and summit updates. At China G20 august 2016 both jinping (real world investments) , jack ma virtual world announced that every major summit they hosted would try and maximise youth and sme conscuious inclusion in every market. Depending which of about 7 summit formats you review, they have helped host betwen 30 and 80 nations and all 3 of UN World Bank and IMF now recoginse china as doing most to lead collaboration call for youth sustainability
3.0 are any of these action network and conflict resolution agendas across american continent of 2017-2018 -are any of thise relevant to the 2000 student unions of liberty?
3.1 China maps its relationship with primarily 11 regions of the world including one which is inside china, others pivotal to reconnecting trade routes from asia to europe - the only way west china can ever empower its youth and partners in developing the poorest middle of asia to europe catch up with china's east coast (in some cases 10 times bigger economy per person that west china) - jinping also maximises any cluster of nations forum he has inherited eg BRICS;
3.2 as you may know in spite of being the most populous economy, the most growing economy, and if you were to include intangibles the biggest economy china is not included in g7 but was helped particularly by canada to have a key role in g20
3.3 the consequence from china's viewpoint is 2017-2018 is most urgent year for clarifying futures of trade between east and america south and canada to america north
3.4 last week jack ma and his canaduan friends trained 3000 youthful americans at Gateway17 in Detroit
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this col;ege year china is asking all nations youth of global 2.0 to maximise solutions that appeal to franciscans due to argentina g20 july 2018
I was in korea 2 weeks ago at the annual debrief of 80- delegations of asian infrastructire investment bank whose overall "free/conscious market" role is to change investment banking so that sustainable uinfrastructires and green flourish
two of the urgent networks announced are particularly actionable
1 my fathers friend lord stern has been asked to align the views of 15 eminent people on future of investment banking and maximise the debate of these with all g20 networks converging in argentina'
2 korea the country host of this tears aiib announced -in the sessions on supercities - that its contribution to the future of places is to invite 2500 governors each responsible for half a miilion people to join green bg bang club- =where every place shares/trades its solutions to the common goal of carbon zero by 2030- clearly this is a challenge that worldwide students could have fun linking regional leaders into - and would be synergetic with both bloomberg and scharzenegger visiting macron to promise us regions and business are still in the climate compact
i assume there are 2 ways americas relationships with china will go:
trump will continue with walls which will make bot south american and canada ever ckoser to china
somehow conscious american student unions across usa and tech wizards and the jinping family will help trump learn that when it comes to most of youth's 3 billion next jobs- china can be his best friend as eg kissinger first briefed him and jinping last december - latest update premier li at summer davos in china this week
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as you may know king has been coordinating conscious youth, black, and latin dialogues for many years now; for 10 years my family has sponsored student journalists (increasingly from china) to visit bangladesh which is with way ahead on celebrating the most girls livelihoods can be- and among other skills amy who knows sir fazle abeds family has been trained to host open spaces of upo to 5000 youth live- she will be linking in out of columbia university 2017-2018 as well as continuing research of who leaders should meet if and when they are travelling to beijing or other key cities ---where jack ma chairs the 30 most conscious business leaders in the world while jinping tries to mediate the most conscious public servants ever racing from old top down system designs to ones that industrial revolution 4 needs to be about if every youth livelihood is to flourish
Chinese Americans first organised by kissinger in 1988 hub primarily out of 4 american cities:
'the new organiser of c100 hubs out if san franscisco and that is where next years annual c100 summit will be held;
dc just hosted this years annual summit of how can chinese americans keep gateway to china open..
los angeles is jack ma's each way bet beyond trump now alibaba is main sponsor of olympics
new york remains the place that eg kissinger prefers to brief c100 meetups and see if other asia society groups can finally bury old hostilities- the triad japan-korea-china is what all hemispheres need to free global youth to friend
jack ma in true keynsian style has been asking whether the open digital economy will be fifth or first biggest by 2024 - he would prefer 5th biggest if each of usa-americas, europe, japan-korea and china are to play the most exciting win-win roles in valuing youth world trade of global2.0
obviously the earlier a massive student movement engages the more room for their own sustainability trading solutions to link in to argentina 2018
chris macrae dc 240 316 8157 www.economistlearning.com www.economistchina.net
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Economistchina.net thanks china - from 3.5 billion sustainability students
Which Capitals Countries are sustainabilty investing children & greatest #learninggeneration
brooking in dc is graced by chng li usa's main biographer of jinping's diaries- it is the next 3 months where jinping chooses his top team for his final 5 years - it is a testimony to his extraordinary grace that he has kept americas in the main win-win conversations to 2017-2018; many around him say he should have been prioritising india- fortunately india hosts g20 in 2019 and jinping has located aiib may 2018 in mumbai - in effcet i assume modi and jinping are wise enough to call N2 dialoagues whenever they need outside the blaring s=distraction which is western media; which leaves north korea- if usa blows that up, jinping wil be forced out and no nation will ever trust any american connection for rest of our lives... …
ext generation’s productivity
Then let’s assume that the peoples need to be entrepreneurially involved in the following puzzles
Which of these 2 opposite types of banking do you want to be most pervasive in your country
A) Issues credit for people’s income generation
B) develops local community
C) keeps savings safe
A) Issues credit to get people into debt through unsustainable consumption
B) isn’t community-based in its decision-making
C) rewards those who speculate globally with people’s savings
What if technology reduces the cost of the main manual process of type 2 banking’s record keeping and customer transactions by 100-fold
What if additionally trends spin which put bankers, media and government’s public servants in each other’s pockets
What if the value of organisations in financial services becomes more and more dependent on how truly trustworthy they are, and such information becomes so interpersonally networked that there is no longer a way to prevent insider trading such as knowing what a rating agency is going to broadcast next a second before everyone else
Well, The Economist’s prediction in 1972 was that unless these puzzles were transparently resolved by designing globalization to safeguard the sustainability of community-grounded banking the whole global financial system would collapse
It would seem probable that both developed and developing worlds now need to action learn the transparent truth about the models that microcreditsummit set out to empower worldwide knowledge exchanges around in 1997. In other words, all of our media now needs to value the leadership heroes and working heroines of Bangladeshi microcredit now more than ever. Moreover we need to take their action learning into IQ tests contextually relevant to every stage of education primary , secondary, tertiary so that education’s main purpose can also be to help youth find the unique competences they were born with to be productively income generating and communally valuable
- www.considerbangladesh.com where you can find the last 2008 articles of The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant Norman Macrae
- http://www.10thousandgirl.com/ where young Australian women are making social media smart enough to start tackling these puzzles
Special Issue of Journal of Social Business published for 15th www.microcreditsummit.org Spain Nov 2011…
me jobs why any country can now choose jobs creating ecom & efin.
Unlike the race in usa to dominate ecommerce which turned internet from knowledge exchange to lots of ad and spam, ma had 10 years to test before china leaped into mobile digital age- he did not spend capital on stock-instead he designed what we now recognise in other sharing economy models eg uber - big data analysis to maximise last mile supply chains and make edeliveries 10 time more economic than usa
additionally the chinese never used personal credit cards so alipay became china's main digital payment system - costs which banks charge both traders and customers in usa are virtually eliminated in the chinese model..its up to every country to choose but whether you vale an amazon type model or the chinese model, we now know that there will be ever fewer big box physical retailers and this change everything in terms of how people design communities - the us system of driving hours to malls is not the future of any smart city- whats great is all smart cities around the world can replicate/benchmark change at the same time - unless your nation doesnt want to trade with china
Note on Ying Lowrey- very interesting character : started life as barefoot doctor in china, worked for small enterprise associations in usa- returned to beijing around 2010- finding tsinghua didnt have a smne curriculum she was told to assemble it and contact jack ma as china's most connected small entrepreneur leader - shared development of the book with about 10 students
Ying spends her summer vacations sharing jack ma knowhow in places like
-back in beijing countries chmabers of commerce continue the knowledge exchnage
-additionally the monthly student forum for meeting global affairs eladers www,thinkinchina has been built by ying and friends
lowrey is a felow of www.alirrserach.com and has been asked to consider whether she wants to do more work in hangzhou where several jack ma partnership unibersities (eg with the UN) are being developed
after 25 yeras intermission developing digital netwirks, jack ma retiurns full time to education sept 2019
part 2 of the book on jack ma 2014 to 2017 is due in chinese any time …
ay '17 one of its organisers and you as origin of first tuesday networks must linkin toronto as only supercity north of mexico while trump huffs and puffs ?
- whats big is new head of unhabitat - she wants every smart city case sent to her by march 2019 to release big report to start 2020- ultimately they are in charge of goal 11 sustainable cities - and the new head of unga is lady from ecuador- rosalia hosted the first gaol 11 review out of quito and well no former president ki have ever chatter toi cares moire about youth and teachers- i met her at an iqbal quadir event at mit- do you have mit contacts john- they helped unite china and bangladesh girl empowerment the best news for ages
while unhabitat has hq in nnairobi she is former mayor of penang and a lot of her secretariat is francsican - she warned people if you send me cases dont just think outside the box- there is no box
john i wonder if we can meet somewhere - i can get up to toronto or if you diary is going somewhere else fun for livelihoods of youth - where is that? there are various places i need to revisit including rome, miami and oxford and a couple of other people who seem to be tracking same future cities as i am
On Monday, 13 August 2018, 19:33:20 GMT-4, John Schneider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There is one big global group called Startup grind. More mass than class but worth a shot.
Here it is:
Been out of the loop working on matters.
Try this and get back to me.
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John On Aug 12, 2018, at 7:55 PM, christopher macrae <email@example.com> wrote:
i find ecosystems (and cities investing in their youth's sustainable livelihoods and collaboration across sister cities) complex- there is a march 2019 deadline for the best cities report to be issued by unhabitat start if 2020 as one of guterres special projects
boston has a great students ecosystem but after 10 years of interviews there i dont think it would exist without MIT and legatum the latter is deeply supported by the canadian-led mastercard foundation which also supports girls adolescent hubs of brac the world's largest ngo where jack ma's main academic researcher
as far as i can see this is one of america's 2 most interesting hubs Where Revolutions Begin | 1776 Startup Network and recipient of awards from canada- actaully it has deep pockets (founders of american online)- if amazon hq2 comes to region i live in it will be partly due to 1776
it would be great to know which canadian ecosystem you believe in most - here is jack ma's one day training Gateway '17 - i dint know of any country in the americas that has supported jack ma more than canada- this is partly because canada was the only country in the g7 that really wanted the g20
is there any chance you could come to our event in dhaka sept 30 to oct 6
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On Sunday, 12 August 2018, 15:48:23 GMT-4, John Schneider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hello thanks for the email, chat with you soon. Calling you around 6:00 to 6: 30 PM EST.
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada On Aug 12, 2018, at 9:08 AM, christopher macrae <email@example.com> wrote:
John my main mentor ian ryder in uk knows the lady who was headhunted from The City for prince charles charities- she has been telling him that he needs to ,launch the charles youth opportunity trip advisor to where how try to do good
actually charles networks are in a piviotal ;position in the post brexit world
he knows all the bbc nature corespondents who want to green-livelihoods with youth
the only nation that can reconcile conflicts all across mid east and south asia is england that mainly caused them as kits mercantile adventures from 1500 to 1914 designed markets to make the empire bigger and every colony or place that refused to accept opium as a currency smaller
shall i introduce you to ian in case you can share contacts- irionically in 10 years of youth journalism research in bangladesh i have found that prince charles made too many connections with yunus; too few with sir fazle abed; the rest of my work this year attempts to make sure that jack ma and the whole of china (and up to 100 nations experimenting with belt roads) make the best contacts in bangladesh
2 students are helping me most - mostofa from the bangladeshi villages and amy from the chinese villages say if you would like me to intro them
our main treat is week in bangladesh sept 30 to oct 6 when jack ma's main female academic scoyt interviews everyone who has ever helped women digitally or in the village - jack took 20% share in brac's bkash 3 months ago but that is just fintech what can the rest of womentech do?
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