Best Ideas 2020 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.

Afrik Designers. / ("Building The Infrastructure For African Culture.")

Stage of Idea start-up stage
3 p best ideas youth

Explain your idea in details:

Afrik Designers is a start-up retail that will be officially launched in March 2021,here in the confluence city of Lokoja_Nigeria,to design and manufacture African print fabrics for the new generation of Africans and anyone who wants to explore what Africa has to offer.We are carefully registered with the Nigerian authorities.Our-niche is to create apparels that are office-ready and by so-doing,incrementally ensure global visibility for African native apparel.The fashion-industry is one where there are various range of available customers of both sexes and ages.Therefore our target market cant be restricted to just a group of people,but all those who wants to explore what Africa has to offer.In view of that, we have conducted our market research and we have ideas of what our target market would be expecting from us.From the result of our marketing strategy,we would be engaging in our fashion design business in order to cater to the following groups of people;Music and movie celebrities,Business People,Government officials,Models,Male and female adults.We felt there was a gap in the market as most of them are often disappointed due to the design which are Purely done and delivered late.So we decide to solve this problem by providing them with quality clothing using African print fabrics.We offer this products at reasonable prices with exemplary services.Our customers wanted high-quality clothes that fits well and also caters,both to local trends as well as international.We will be deploying the right technology that will help us become efficient in producing the right designs to them.In five years our-mission is to outfit every man who wants to look sharp and smart.Our-Vision in five years is to establish Afrik-Designers_brand as Africa's premier online fashion retailer,serving a global customer base,offering a wider product assortment and category offering and have further built out our technological-capabilities to provide exceptional customer experience,the best.

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Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development

We are very passionate about the UN Sustainable Development Goals especially (GOAL 8 and Goal 9), and as we start-up We look forward to develop quality, reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure, to support economic development and human well-being, with a focus on affordable and equitable access for all. As Global unemployment increased from 170 million in 2007 to nearly 202 million in 2012, of which about 75 million are young women and men. Nearly 2.2 billion people live below the US$2 poverty line, many hundreds of millions of them in Sub Saharan Africa and South Asia. Poverty eradication is only possible through stable and well-paid jobs. So we intend to give back to the society in two ways: The first one is through "Job Creation" in that we provide jobs and training to local craftsmen and artisans in other to reduce unemployment in our communities. And secondly theres "Empowerment," in the sense that we focus on empowering youth and women especially within the Apparel Manufacturing Teams (AMT). As a social start-up Our mission is to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals in providing continuous training to up-skill our craftsmen to be able to produce world-class products and increase their employability. Within 5 years our target is to reach 10, 000 young people across Nigeria to creates viable impact and some of them will be jobs creators like we. But we cannot do this alone. We intend to partner with the government, private sectors, civil societies and start-ups alike to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations. And Finally allow me to Put an emphasis on some of our best value that we care about. That is education, Innovation and sustainability.

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Plans for implementation and sustainability

Afrik Designers is a business started and run by two friends, my humble self Umar Imam and my co-founder, Cynthia Mbamalu we are both fashion designers with a degree in business.We used to dream a lot of the future, sharing life perspectives and it is so pleasant how our desires are converged to become a common vision. And so we have decided to seek for several sources whilst looking for funds in starting our business. We have therefore decided to restrict the sources of start-up capital to 5 major sources. Therefore the areas which we intend to generate our start-up capital; Generate part of our start-up capital from our personal savings. Source for soft loans from family members. Apply for loan from the bank. Apply Grant For Start-up business. Apply for loan from a private investor. N.B: We have been able to generate the sum of $20,500 from our personal savings. We sourced for the sum of $10,000 from our family members and friends. We applied for a loan of $110,000 from our commercial bank. All the approving documents needed in ensuring that the loan gets credited to our business account have been signed. The bank loan is expected to be repaid in 5 years at a 2% interest rate. Also, we approached a private investor in the fashion industry, who is interested in mentoring us whilst also giving us a loan of $50,000 for our business. To ensure that our business grows to the standard that we intend for it, we intend to re-invest our profits back into the business. This act will enable us boost our bottom line and ensure that we can suitably expand when we need to. Our re-investment strategy is carefully planned as we also intend to pay back our loans during this period.

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Your profile

My names are Imam Umar Awwal,I'm 22 years old.I'm an indigene of (Ofu) Local Government in Kogi State_Nigeria.I'm a self taught tailor with a passion for Arts & craft.I come from a family of entrepreneurs, and growing up,I saw first-hand the challenges of growing a business and initially I was more attracted to a structured 9-5 job.Along the way,I realised that the roles I enjoyed most professionally were the ones that were entrepreneurial.Before starting my business as a Fashion Entrepreneur,I was working full time in a private company where I was the Customer Relations Manager and also did a bit of business development. During this time I Sewed and designed clothes as a side hustle in my apartment.I always wore my designs to the office and I got a lot of amazing comments and I even made pieces for some of my colleagues and received a lot of referrals from them.It got to a point in my life where I felt like I wanted to do more,I wanted to stop rejecting orders because my 9am-5pm job was very tasking and it didnt give me the time to take as many orders that I would have loved to have taken.In my quest of becoming more and doing more I decided to resign from my corporate job and face my fashion business full time,and I later resigned just to follow my passion and created a company which will serve as a source of employment for other young men and women like me.It has been an interesting,challenging and also a rewarding journey so far.I honestly dont have any regrets quitting my job to run my fashion business.In life you either work for others or work for yourself,and I chose the WAY to work for myself which also means working for the Society.

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October 31, 2020 00:05

Hello,

My greetings to you. Hope you are doing wonderfully !!! You presented a very nice idea, an idea with an innovative aspect. I congratulate you on that.

Quite often we do not dwell on the perspective of sustainable development. We plan to make a profit, this, often, we forget to think about the well-being of the others, not to compromise the future of the future generations. When we put forward our project ideas, we can take care to initiate them in the perspective of sustainable development. How can we do it? We just have to plan and structure our project ideas fairly, so that our business does not compromise the future of future generations. Thus, it is important to take into account the three pillars of sustainable development which are: the economic level, the social level and the environmental level.

Good road and already good work for the implementation of your idea.

Best regards!!!!!

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18291/

October 30, 2020 23:08

A big thank you to God Almighty for keeping us alive until now, a special thank you to the CEC for giving us the opportunity to emancipate ourselves through this contest, so far I have no regrets, on this campus I learned a lot, the road is long. it remains to be done but we youth, future of the world we believe in our ability to enrich our knowledge and to transmit them to the following generations, a thank you to each participant who, by votes and feedback was able to bring out the hero in the other participants. In this fight for a. sustainable future, what we need is innovation; something which is not necessarily new, but which makes us look at things from a different angle.I believe this is one of the major motives of this Campus which we are a part of. Taking one step together hand in hand towards our goal is the only way we can achieve it. So I wish everyone here in this Campus all the best and hope to see you together in the new tomorrow.

Just about 54 minutes now to end this competition and I will like to shear with you some very important tips on How To Future-Proof Your Business During A Recession.

No business is immune to the effects of recession, but you can take this steps to protect your business.

1/ INVEST IN TECHNOLOGY.
While this depends on the type of the business or product/s, incorporating technology will help you streamline will help your processes and make business more easier.

2/ CREATE A RUNNING LIST OF EXPANSION IDEAS.
The truth is you can/t predict the future, but the more ideas you have the better. Start Now! Create an list of ways your business could adjust to the needs your customers may have during a recession.

3/ CREATE AN ACTION PLAN.
Don/t wait until you notice business is slowing down before you take an action.
Create a go- to- market plan and of course, a financial plan.

I hope this will help you Scale in the long run. And I will also encourage you to read this 2 books Exponential Organisation by Salim Ismail and the Brain Virus Capital by Prof. Günter Faltin. This are the best books I have ever read! I wish you all the best in further implementation!

For more information please do not hesitate to contact me via my email [email protected] or Twitte me @oneyoungperson and join me on Facebook via https://www.facebook.com/commandan.auwal
Good luck with your work and wishing you all the success on your journey. Please try to keep in touch.

Thanks!

kind regards,

Umar Imam

October 30, 2020 21:37

Hello,
With the competition ending in a few hours, we wanted to share our ultimate go-to entrepreneurship resource repository: Steve Blank Tools and Blogs for Entrepreneurs.
https://steveblank.com/tools-and-blogs-for-entrepreneurs/#marketresearch

Here, you can access useful softwares, roadmaps, and guides for almost every facet of the entrepreneurship journey (e.g. social monitoring tools, IoT analytics, receiving feedback on concepts, and finding cofounders in different cities).

We also wanted to show our appreciation for the last time for all the helpful comments we received and creative concepts we encountered. Good luck to everyone, and we hope you have the opportunity to actualize your idea!

Sincerely,
0-Gap Mask Team

October 30, 2020 19:07

@Umar Imam
@Afrik Designers

Dear Umar,

I have read through your comment on Oct. 29, 2020 23:50 and Oct. 30, 2020 15:57.

Thanks for the quotes, recommendations and knowledge shared.

I really do appreciate the article: Important tips on How To Future-Proof Your Business During A Recession.

Investing in technology makes a whole lot of sense, either in the period of recession or no recession.

It also vital for the sustainability of @Rejuvenation of the tropical grasslands from desertification in the long and short run.

I wish you all the best in your further endeavors.

Sincerely,

Paul,

October 30, 2020 18:23

Its the final days of the competition, and I would like to share with you some tips that I found myself

Having a good visibility is important for business. Without it, a business can be pushed to a corner of isolation.

It is not easy to create and maintain a good level of visibility when you dont have a reasonable public relations game plan - a common challenge that many startups share.

If you are not happy with the level of visibility of your startup, here are some recommendations to address this concern:

1. Make a plan. Dont rely solely on a tactical approach but instead, develop a communications plan for a whole year with specific objectives. Your plan should include key elements including key messages you wish to communicate, a media plan and a projected timeline.

2. Review your startup positioning. It is best to conduct a review of your startup positioning to make sure it is solid and that you are able to articulate the positioning clearly. In many cases entrepreneurs struggle with positioning and cannot explain their company well in front of investors or even on their website. If you face these troubles, be aware that they can affect how you are perceived in the market which situation could ultimately jeopardize your quest for visibility . You could start improving the situation by as basic as perfecting your elevator pitch.

3. Improve website content. Spend some time to reflect on how your website has functioned as a communications platform for your business. You can leverage on analytic tools to run an audit to determine your website performances. Focus on filling up your website with content that your customers and stakeholders would appreciate. Whitepapers, a press kit, a company profile, FAQs, product info are some of the content to consider.

4. Develop a sound media relations plan. If your media publicity performance is poor, a review of the planning and execution of your media relations should be considered to address your weaknesses and leverage on strengths. To get on media relations, start with identifying media outlets that are most important to your startup based on whatever impacts you are trying to create and think of how you can start building a relationship with journalists. An email note that explains who you are and why you matter is worth sending to journalists if you dont get to meet them in-person. Be professional when connecting with the media. Consistently look for editorial opportunities throughout the year.

5. Incorporate press releases into your storytelling. If a press release was never part of your communications, try to look into it now. There are various media outlets that you may reach to tell your startup news story using a press release. A press release would make an effective way to encapsulate your message into a format that journalists are already familiar with. Consider some of your milestones that can be shared in a press release and when a press release is ready, circulate it to the media to interest them in your story.

6. Review corporate information. Review your company information so that any most recent significant changes or updates will be reflected in your company profile document. Recently hired a CTO? Make sure it gets into the company profile.

7. Be smarter with social media. Online engagements are important in most of todays business environment. Just having a Facebook page wont do much if it lacks content or interactions. So improving your social media engagements can help increase your visibility among the community. Active participation in relevant online forums may also be useful.

8. Start blogging. If not enough time is your reason for not blogging, find a motivation to change that. Start with a plan. A company blog is an effective dynamic platform where you can share your startup events, updates, and to share information as part of your content marketing efforts.

9. Become a better communicator. You might want to consider asking someone you trust to evaluate your communications skills and then work on any shortcomings identified. You can also do a quick check on how well you have performed in press interviews, business networking sessions, or events like live pitching to investors. Find out your areas of weakness and look for improvements. When you communicate well, your stakeholders will become interested to listen to you and this brings you a step closer to establishing a good relationship with them for a long term.

All the best!
Dilnaza

October 30, 2020 18:23

Its the final days of the competition, and I would like to share with you some tips that I found myself

Having a good visibility is important for business. Without it, a business can be pushed to a corner of isolation.

It is not easy to create and maintain a good level of visibility when you dont have a reasonable public relations game plan - a common challenge that many startups share.

If you are not happy with the level of visibility of your startup, here are some recommendations to address this concern:

1. Make a plan. Dont rely solely on a tactical approach but instead, develop a communications plan for a whole year with specific objectives. Your plan should include key elements including key messages you wish to communicate, a media plan and a projected timeline.

2. Review your startup positioning. It is best to conduct a review of your startup positioning to make sure it is solid and that you are able to articulate the positioning clearly. In many cases entrepreneurs struggle with positioning and cannot explain their company well in front of investors or even on their website. If you face these troubles, be aware that they can affect how you are perceived in the market which situation could ultimately jeopardize your quest for visibility . You could start improving the situation by as basic as perfecting your elevator pitch.

3. Improve website content. Spend some time to reflect on how your website has functioned as a communications platform for your business. You can leverage on analytic tools to run an audit to determine your website performances. Focus on filling up your website with content that your customers and stakeholders would appreciate. Whitepapers, a press kit, a company profile, FAQs, product info are some of the content to consider.

4. Develop a sound media relations plan. If your media publicity performance is poor, a review of the planning and execution of your media relations should be considered to address your weaknesses and leverage on strengths. To get on media relations, start with identifying media outlets that are most important to your startup based on whatever impacts you are trying to create and think of how you can start building a relationship with journalists. An email note that explains who you are and why you matter is worth sending to journalists if you dont get to meet them in-person. Be professional when connecting with the media. Consistently look for editorial opportunities throughout the year.

5. Incorporate press releases into your storytelling. If a press release was never part of your communications, try to look into it now. There are various media outlets that you may reach to tell your startup news story using a press release. A press release would make an effective way to encapsulate your message into a format that journalists are already familiar with. Consider some of your milestones that can be shared in a press release and when a press release is ready, circulate it to the media to interest them in your story.

6. Review corporate information. Review your company information so that any most recent significant changes or updates will be reflected in your company profile document. Recently hired a CTO? Make sure it gets into the company profile.

7. Be smarter with social media. Online engagements are important in most of todays business environment. Just having a Facebook page wont do much if it lacks content or interactions. So improving your social media engagements can help increase your visibility among the community. Active participation in relevant online forums may also be useful.

8. Start blogging. If not enough time is your reason for not blogging, find a motivation to change that. Start with a plan. A company blog is an effective dynamic platform where you can share your startup events, updates, and to share information as part of your content marketing efforts.

9. Become a better communicator. You might want to consider asking someone you trust to evaluate your communications skills and then work on any shortcomings identified. You can also do a quick check on how well you have performed in press interviews, business networking sessions, or events like live pitching to investors. Find out your areas of weakness and look for improvements. When you communicate well, your stakeholders will become interested to listen to you and this brings you a step closer to establishing a good relationship with them for a long term.

All the best!
Dilnaza

October 30, 2020 18:23

Its the final days of the competition, and I would like to share with you some tips that I found myself

Having a good visibility is important for business. Without it, a business can be pushed to a corner of isolation.

It is not easy to create and maintain a good level of visibility when you dont have a reasonable public relations game plan - a common challenge that many startups share.

If you are not happy with the level of visibility of your startup, here are some recommendations to address this concern:

1. Make a plan. Dont rely solely on a tactical approach but instead, develop a communications plan for a whole year with specific objectives. Your plan should include key elements including key messages you wish to communicate, a media plan and a projected timeline.

2. Review your startup positioning. It is best to conduct a review of your startup positioning to make sure it is solid and that you are able to articulate the positioning clearly. In many cases entrepreneurs struggle with positioning and cannot explain their company well in front of investors or even on their website. If you face these troubles, be aware that they can affect how you are perceived in the market which situation could ultimately jeopardize your quest for visibility . You could start improving the situation by as basic as perfecting your elevator pitch.

3. Improve website content. Spend some time to reflect on how your website has functioned as a communications platform for your business. You can leverage on analytic tools to run an audit to determine your website performances. Focus on filling up your website with content that your customers and stakeholders would appreciate. Whitepapers, a press kit, a company profile, FAQs, product info are some of the content to consider.

4. Develop a sound media relations plan. If your media publicity performance is poor, a review of the planning and execution of your media relations should be considered to address your weaknesses and leverage on strengths. To get on media relations, start with identifying media outlets that are most important to your startup based on whatever impacts you are trying to create and think of how you can start building a relationship with journalists. An email note that explains who you are and why you matter is worth sending to journalists if you dont get to meet them in-person. Be professional when connecting with the media. Consistently look for editorial opportunities throughout the year.

5. Incorporate press releases into your storytelling. If a press release was never part of your communications, try to look into it now. There are various media outlets that you may reach to tell your startup news story using a press release. A press release would make an effective way to encapsulate your message into a format that journalists are already familiar with. Consider some of your milestones that can be shared in a press release and when a press release is ready, circulate it to the media to interest them in your story.

6. Review corporate information. Review your company information so that any most recent significant changes or updates will be reflected in your company profile document. Recently hired a CTO? Make sure it gets into the company profile.

7. Be smarter with social media. Online engagements are important in most of todays business environment. Just having a Facebook page wont do much if it lacks content or interactions. So improving your social media engagements can help increase your visibility among the community. Active participation in relevant online forums may also be useful.

8. Start blogging. If not enough time is your reason for not blogging, find a motivation to change that. Start with a plan. A company blog is an effective dynamic platform where you can share your startup events, updates, and to share information as part of your content marketing efforts.

9. Become a better communicator. You might want to consider asking someone you trust to evaluate your communications skills and then work on any shortcomings identified. You can also do a quick check on how well you have performed in press interviews, business networking sessions, or events like live pitching to investors. Find out your areas of weakness and look for improvements. When you communicate well, your stakeholders will become interested to listen to you and this brings you a step closer to establishing a good relationship with them for a long term.

All the best!
Dilnaza

October 30, 2020 18:23

Its the final days of the competition, and I would like to share with you some tips that I found myself

Having a good visibility is important for business. Without it, a business can be pushed to a corner of isolation.

It is not easy to create and maintain a good level of visibility when you dont have a reasonable public relations game plan - a common challenge that many startups share.

If you are not happy with the level of visibility of your startup, here are some recommendations to address this concern:

1. Make a plan. Dont rely solely on a tactical approach but instead, develop a communications plan for a whole year with specific objectives. Your plan should include key elements including key messages you wish to communicate, a media plan and a projected timeline.

2. Review your startup positioning. It is best to conduct a review of your startup positioning to make sure it is solid and that you are able to articulate the positioning clearly. In many cases entrepreneurs struggle with positioning and cannot explain their company well in front of investors or even on their website. If you face these troubles, be aware that they can affect how you are perceived in the market which situation could ultimately jeopardize your quest for visibility . You could start improving the situation by as basic as perfecting your elevator pitch.

3. Improve website content. Spend some time to reflect on how your website has functioned as a communications platform for your business. You can leverage on analytic tools to run an audit to determine your website performances. Focus on filling up your website with content that your customers and stakeholders would appreciate. Whitepapers, a press kit, a company profile, FAQs, product info are some of the content to consider.

4. Develop a sound media relations plan. If your media publicity performance is poor, a review of the planning and execution of your media relations should be considered to address your weaknesses and leverage on strengths. To get on media relations, start with identifying media outlets that are most important to your startup based on whatever impacts you are trying to create and think of how you can start building a relationship with journalists. An email note that explains who you are and why you matter is worth sending to journalists if you dont get to meet them in-person. Be professional when connecting with the media. Consistently look for editorial opportunities throughout the year.

5. Incorporate press releases into your storytelling. If a press release was never part of your communications, try to look into it now. There are various media outlets that you may reach to tell your startup news story using a press release. A press release would make an effective way to encapsulate your message into a format that journalists are already familiar with. Consider some of your milestones that can be shared in a press release and when a press release is ready, circulate it to the media to interest them in your story.

6. Review corporate information. Review your company information so that any most recent significant changes or updates will be reflected in your company profile document. Recently hired a CTO? Make sure it gets into the company profile.

7. Be smarter with social media. Online engagements are important in most of todays business environment. Just having a Facebook page wont do much if it lacks content or interactions. So improving your social media engagements can help increase your visibility among the community. Active participation in relevant online forums may also be useful.

8. Start blogging. If not enough time is your reason for not blogging, find a motivation to change that. Start with a plan. A company blog is an effective dynamic platform where you can share your startup events, updates, and to share information as part of your content marketing efforts.

9. Become a better communicator. You might want to consider asking someone you trust to evaluate your communications skills and then work on any shortcomings identified. You can also do a quick check on how well you have performed in press interviews, business networking sessions, or events like live pitching to investors. Find out your areas of weakness and look for improvements. When you communicate well, your stakeholders will become interested to listen to you and this brings you a step closer to establishing a good relationship with them for a long term.

All the best!
Dilnaza

October 30, 2020 18:23

Its the final days of the competition, and I would like to share with you some tips that I found myself

Having a good visibility is important for business. Without it, a business can be pushed to a corner of isolation.

It is not easy to create and maintain a good level of visibility when you dont have a reasonable public relations game plan - a common challenge that many startups share.

If you are not happy with the level of visibility of your startup, here are some recommendations to address this concern:

1. Make a plan. Dont rely solely on a tactical approach but instead, develop a communications plan for a whole year with specific objectives. Your plan should include key elements including key messages you wish to communicate, a media plan and a projected timeline.

2. Review your startup positioning. It is best to conduct a review of your startup positioning to make sure it is solid and that you are able to articulate the positioning clearly. In many cases entrepreneurs struggle with positioning and cannot explain their company well in front of investors or even on their website. If you face these troubles, be aware that they can affect how you are perceived in the market which situation could ultimately jeopardize your quest for visibility . You could start improving the situation by as basic as perfecting your elevator pitch.

3. Improve website content. Spend some time to reflect on how your website has functioned as a communications platform for your business. You can leverage on analytic tools to run an audit to determine your website performances. Focus on filling up your website with content that your customers and stakeholders would appreciate. Whitepapers, a press kit, a company profile, FAQs, product info are some of the content to consider.

4. Develop a sound media relations plan. If your media publicity performance is poor, a review of the planning and execution of your media relations should be considered to address your weaknesses and leverage on strengths. To get on media relations, start with identifying media outlets that are most important to your startup based on whatever impacts you are trying to create and think of how you can start building a relationship with journalists. An email note that explains who you are and why you matter is worth sending to journalists if you dont get to meet them in-person. Be professional when connecting with the media. Consistently look for editorial opportunities throughout the year.

5. Incorporate press releases into your storytelling. If a press release was never part of your communications, try to look into it now. There are various media outlets that you may reach to tell your startup news story using a press release. A press release would make an effective way to encapsulate your message into a format that journalists are already familiar with. Consider some of your milestones that can be shared in a press release and when a press release is ready, circulate it to the media to interest them in your story.

6. Review corporate information. Review your company information so that any most recent significant changes or updates will be reflected in your company profile document. Recently hired a CTO? Make sure it gets into the company profile.

7. Be smarter with social media. Online engagements are important in most of todays business environment. Just having a Facebook page wont do much if it lacks content or interactions. So improving your social media engagements can help increase your visibility among the community. Active participation in relevant online forums may also be useful.

8. Start blogging. If not enough time is your reason for not blogging, find a motivation to change that. Start with a plan. A company blog is an effective dynamic platform where you can share your startup events, updates, and to share information as part of your content marketing efforts.

9. Become a better communicator. You might want to consider asking someone you trust to evaluate your communications skills and then work on any shortcomings identified. You can also do a quick check on how well you have performed in press interviews, business networking sessions, or events like live pitching to investors. Find out your areas of weakness and look for improvements. When you communicate well, your stakeholders will become interested to listen to you and this brings you a step closer to establishing a good relationship with them for a long term.

All the best!
Dilnaza

October 30, 2020 18:11

FROM THE BOOK BRAIN VERSUS CAPITAL PAGE 39 to 40
SIMPLICITY
IS THE ULTIMATE SOPHISTICATION
BY LEONARDO DA VINCI

Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.
Mother Teresa
I wish to appreciate and encourage the organizers of this Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition, year 2020, keep it up. For allowing different countries to come together and connect with each others with their ideas and projects on this platform. I am also showing appreciation, to you all. Thank you for accepting me on this platform, thanks.
Spread love everywhere you go, let no one ever come to you without leaving happier. Mother Teresa
I also wish to appreciate and congratulate my fellow co contestants in this year 2020 Citizens Entrepreneurship Competition. I wish everyone on this platform the very best for the time spent, the stress, thinking, the money spent and so on.
I encourage all in both youth and adult respectively.
Blossom, the youngest in this competition if am not mistakenly, Adar, Cornelius, Umar Imam, Comfort, Eyedream, Tonray, Electricity for all, Shocklet who won in 2018 peoples choice if am not mistakenly.
German Dovetail Nigeria, Insurance, Socialist, Nigeria Bioneers Green Ribbon Chicken, Ramzi who won in 2019 peoples choice and so many others which are on this platform.
There are many people who can do big things, but there are very few people who will do small thing.
Life is a song, sing it, life is a struggle accept it. Mother Teresa
Nice knowing you all.
God bless.
Thanks.

October 30, 2020 16:29

Happiness is not something that is achieved, it is a skill that is developed and practiced daily. Mastery comes from serving others, because during our darkest moments we must focus on seeing the light.

Your idea is very smart and practical.

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/18293/

October 30, 2020 14:18

Hello team!!
Congratulations to you for all the hard works and positive thinking,you took the meaning of teamwork to a whole new level,i dont think it would have been possible to achieve the goals without each and every one of your efforts!
Thank you so much for all your dedication towards the work! teamwork makes the dream work happen! Looking forward to more great works from the team,our hard work has helped our organization reach new heights too i am proud to have a hardworking team like you,i cannot imagine achieving new goals without you
Be proud of the fact that you have the power to rise above any situation and deliver the best results no matter the circumstances. Excellent work!
BEST WISHES FROM
BONNIE.

October 30, 2020 14:18

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:17

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:17

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 14:16

My greatest appreciation goes to the Entrepreneurship Team, Campus Administrator particularly and Professor Faltin, campus members, Co contestants 2020 and others global citizens. I am so grateful for this golden opportunity to share my concepts and components with countless brothers and sisters globally.
I also wish to appreciate young founders like Umar Imam, Blossom Odor, Julius Anayochukwu, Tamanna Dua, Shahzeb Khan, Aifuwa Shedrach, Joseph Bahenda,
Olutobi Osanaiye, Comfort Odor, Arnold Lapuz, Emmanuel Ekpeyoung, Ramzi Selah Alsha-ikh and few not yet mentioned that have done very well and grant me the opportunity to do well deeply in this platform. Thank you to All of you that supported my votes and comments to make me reached this zenith height, I really appreciate you all and with many blessings and gratefulness

Auf Wiedersehen
Tschuss

October 30, 2020 02:20

@Sarah

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:20

@John and Aifuwa

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:19

@Blossom Odor and Comfort Odor

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:18

@Comfort Odor

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:18

@Blossom Odor

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:17

@John

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:17

@Karmenova

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:16

@Jackson

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:15

@John

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 30, 2020 02:15

@Dilnaza

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Recycling helps make sure trash doesn't end up in the oceans, and doesn't get ingested by animals. It also helps reduce our landfills.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 19:12

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:12

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:11

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:10

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:10

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:05

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:03

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

There is a sufficiency in the world for mans need but not for mans greed

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 19:00

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 18:59

Globalization breeds a kind of zero-sum competition, in which only a small few can be winners. Nation against nation; corporation against corporation; employee against employee. For individuals there is constant pressure to keep up, to hold onto your job; and never enough time. It is very easy to feel inadequate.

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:59

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:59

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:58

I would not dwell on the damage that globalization is causing; switch on the television news or open a newspaper any day of the year, and it is there right in front of you. But I do want to say a few more words about one vital issue that gets relatively little media attention; namely, its effect on our psyches, on our sense of who we are.

October 29, 2020 18:58

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:57

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:57

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:57

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:57

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:57

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:56

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:55

With the 179 days experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:55

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:54

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:54

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:54

The real malaise lies within the structures of the economic system itself. As the sociologist Juliet Schor puts it in our film, The Economics of Happiness, the global economy is a system run amok.

October 29, 2020 18:54

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity.

October 29, 2020 18:54

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy.

October 29, 2020 18:53

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:52

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.

October 29, 2020 18:52

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:52

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:51

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power. What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 29, 2020 18:51

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:51

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:51

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:50

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:50

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:49

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:49

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:49

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:48

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:48

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:48

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Hate the sin, love the sinner.

October 29, 2020 18:48

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:47

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:47

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:47

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:46

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 29, 2020 18:46

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:46

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:46

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:46

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:46

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:46

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:46

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment.

October 29, 2020 18:46

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:46

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:46

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:46

The end result is that goods from the other side of the world often sell for substantially less than the same goods produced locally. In the supermarkets of Australia, Californian oranges are cheaper than Australian oranges. In the modern stores of Ladakh, butter that has to be trucked in over the Himalayas is cheaper than butter from the farm a mile away. In England, roofing slate from China costs less than Welsh slate.

October 29, 2020 18:45

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:45

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:45

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:45

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:45

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:45

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:45

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:45

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:45

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:45

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:44

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications while export grants and other direct supports make it easier and more profitable for businesses to engage in long-distance trade.

October 29, 2020 18:44

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:44

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:44

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:44

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

My life is my message.

October 29, 2020 18:44

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:44

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:43

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:43

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:43

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 29, 2020 18:43

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:43

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:42

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:42

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:42

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

Service without humility is selfishness and egotism.

October 29, 2020 18:42

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:42

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:42

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:41

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of; and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 29, 2020 18:41

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:41

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:40

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:40

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:40

With the 179 experience in this platform

as a co budding entrepreneur, i think i still need to support and share this vital quote with your project

It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone.

October 29, 2020 18:33

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:33

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:33

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:33

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:33

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:32

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease;

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:32

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:31

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:31

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants

October 29, 2020 18:31

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:31

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:30

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:29

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:28

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:28

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:27

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

More and more people now realise that merely tinkering with the dominant economy is not enough; we need fundamental change

October 29, 2020 18:27

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:26

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:25

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:25

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:25

These and other signs of breakdown are not a regrettable by-product of some otherwise valid process, but the direct result of an economy that is out of touch with the real needs of people and the Earth.

October 29, 2020 18:25

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:25

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:25

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:25

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:25

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:24

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:24

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:24

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:24

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:24

Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt
Worldwide, rates of depression, suicide and addiction are on the increase. Once affluent nation states face massive debt; some are literally bankrupt

October 29, 2020 18:23

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:23

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:23

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:23

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:23

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

This is not just a matter of accounting. The pursuit of economic growth above all other considerations has taken the planet to the brink. Climate change poses a threat to humanity on an unprecedented scale.

October 29, 2020 18:22

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:22

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:21

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:21

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:21

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:21

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:21

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:21

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:21

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:21

the more I realised that the whole concept was fundamentally flawed. Gross Domestic Product, I now know, counts all the expenses associated with war, for instance, on the positive side of the balance sheet. So too, cleaning up after oil spills and nuclear contamination disasters. The economy grows when crime rates go up; when we buy bottled water because other sources are too polluted.

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:20

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 18:19

Observing these changes in Ladakh forced me to question basic economic principles. Like most Westerners, I had grown up under the impression that economic growth meant progress, and that the various costs of growth were unfortunate but necessary. But the more I looked at what economists meant by growth,

October 29, 2020 17:41

@Shedrach

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:39

@Elijah

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:38

@Blossom Odor

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:37

@Comfort Odor

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:36

@The Ocean Hourglass

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:35

@Aifuwa

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:33

@Karmenova

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:33

@Dilnaza

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:32

Hi,

This is a great idea with potential to do well. Helping others to get jobs while having a clothes business is a good way to engage the youth and those without jobs.

I would really appreciate it if you could please drop a vote and a comment on my idea: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/19110/ . Thanks!

-Aumena Choudhry

October 29, 2020 17:14

Greetings from Kazakhstan! Your project is extremely innovative, but I would like to offer you some specific tips.
1. Reduce the product vision to one sentence
Where to start a startup? Understand what exactly you are doing. If your startup's vision doesn't fit into one sentence, then it will be very difficult for you to convince users that you are doing something really worthwhile. In addition, without a well-defined vision, you are deprived of a reference point that helps you make the right strategic and tactical decisions. Examples of startups with a clear vision:

Airbnb: Creating an open world where everyone can feel at home, wherever they are.
Basecamp: Communication is the foundation of project management.
Lyft (an Uber-like startup): to provide people with pleasant and affordable rides.
Airbnb is a startup with a clear vision

What's the difference between mission, vision and purpose? We covered this issue in an article on the Happy Startup Canvas model used by IT startups.

2. Take a Lean Startup
How to organize a startup that will use resources at a minimum? A lean approach will help here. Lean startup means that you need to attract as few people as possible (the first version of the product could well be created by a team of three people, or you can outsource the creation of MVP) and use cheaper solutions or open source.

For example, the creation of a startup UARoads was not without the use of many open source solutions (OpenStreetMap, Mapnik, Leaflet JavaScript library, etc.), and we involved employees who have their own car for testing. Every day, UARoads receives about 1200 tracks from users, and more than 57 thousand people have joined the service.

Startup UARoads

3. Set deadlines and an accurate budget for the project
Starting a business from scratch involves determining the scope of work, time and budget. How to balance between them? It is worth starting a startup with an MVP, including only critical functions, the number of which may change during the development stage, and set fixed deadlines and budget. Such restrictions will serve as an incentive for your team and motivate them to seek out-of-the-box solutions.

4. Start creating your product from its centerpiece
Basecamp calls this approach Epicenter Design: you start to design the most important part. For example, if you need to create a startup like Medium, then the main element will be the online publishing tool and the article itself. And the design of everything else (profiles, menus, search filters, etc.) is developed only later. With this approach, from the very first day of work on a project, you focus on the most important. For web applications, the process looks like this:

Brainstorm.
Preparing paper sketches. It's much faster and cheaper than creating layouts right away and allows you to quickly make changes or redraw something.
Electronic layout.
HTML screens.
The code.
5. Offer fewer features
You're solving a problem, right? Then give up the beauties that have nothing to do with your decision! Modern users are more likely to choose products with limited functionality (Snapchat), and services like Facebook are considered boring.

Get in the habit of rejecting any new feature proposal. The same goes for feature requests that users submit: consider adding only after it becomes clear that more and more people are asking for the feature. For example, Twitter only started using link previews in 2015, nine years after launch.
The main danger here lies in the fact that in order to create features, some functional improvements (that is, other features) are often needed, which quickly turn the product into something complex and incomprehensible.

6. Remove unnecessary settings
You don't want users to be stuck for half an hour at the settings screen and then just close your app or startup site, do you? Then help them with a choice. After all, it is not so important whether 5 or 7 posts are displayed on the main page. If any nuance is important to users, they will tell you about it, and you can change such minor details.

7. Give your product a personality
Guided by the vision and knowledge of your audience, create a product that has character and principles of its own. Someone may not like them, but those you are targeting will simply be delighted - what you need for a startup!

For example, the corporate messenger Slack has won the hearts of many developers, but there are plenty of opponents to use it. And MailChimp is hard to imagine without a helper monkey:

Mailchimp is a startup with personality

8. Build an intuitive product
Users only look at the instructions and FAQ when something stops working. Make their lives easier: A brief onboarding should be enough to explain how everything works. By the way, check out our article on simple and straightforward interfaces for the web.

9. Don't try to solve problems that don't exist yet.
One such challenge is scaling. Startups worry that they will not be able to quickly scale the service if the MVP is quickly successful. But getting ready for this is 100% impossible. It is much more important to quickly make changes to the product and identify the startup business model that will work for you. And, of course, please your users.

10. Generate Interest Before Launching Your Startup
Here's how to promote a startup in the best Hollywood tradition:

A couple of months before the launch, launch a "teaser": start blogging, show your logo, give hints about what you are working on and start gaining subscribers and first followers on social networks.
Two weeks before launching a startup, switch to preview mode: start talking about features, show a couple of screenshots or videos, tell about use cases. Give out a dozen invites to stir up interest in your startup.
Launch your IT startup with an updated landing page and complete product information.
Ecoisme startup landing page

I voted and commented on your idea or project; so please, if you are going online soon, consider supporting my idea of BioFSM with your votes and comments https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/19080/
Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments
With respect
Dilnaza

October 29, 2020 17:12

an unimaginable concept in the traditional culture is now widespread, while friction between different ethnic and religious groups, virtually unknown in the past five hundred years, is on the rise

October 29, 2020 17:12

an unimaginable concept in the traditional culture is now widespread, while friction between different ethnic and religious groups, virtually unknown in the past five hundred years, is on the rise

October 29, 2020 17:11

an unimaginable concept in the traditional culture is now widespread, while friction between different ethnic and religious groups, virtually unknown in the past five hundred years, is on the rise

October 29, 2020 17:11

an unimaginable concept in the traditional culture is now widespread, while friction between different ethnic and religious groups, virtually unknown in the past five hundred years, is on the rise

October 29, 2020 17:10

Over the course of twenty years, I have watched Leh turn into an urban sprawl. The streets are now choked with traffic, and the air tastes of diesel fumes. The once pristine streams are polluted, the water undrinkable. For the first time, some people are even homeless. Unemployment

October 29, 2020 17:10

Over the course of twenty years, I have watched Leh turn into an urban sprawl. The streets are now choked with traffic, and the air tastes of diesel fumes. The once pristine streams are polluted, the water undrinkable. For the first time, some people are even homeless. Unemployment

October 29, 2020 17:09

Over the course of twenty years, I have watched Leh turn into an urban sprawl. The streets are now choked with traffic, and the air tastes of diesel fumes. The once pristine streams are polluted, the water undrinkable. For the first time, some people are even homeless. Unemployment

October 29, 2020 17:09

Greetings from Kazakhstan! Your project is extremely innovative, but I would like to offer you some specific tips.
1. Reduce the product vision to one sentence
Where to start a startup? Understand what exactly you are doing. If your startup's vision doesn't fit into one sentence, then it will be very difficult for you to convince users that you are doing something really worthwhile. In addition, without a well-defined vision, you are deprived of a reference point that helps you make the right strategic and tactical decisions. Examples of startups with a clear vision:

Airbnb: Creating an open world where everyone can feel at home, wherever they are.
Basecamp: Communication is the foundation of project management.
Lyft (an Uber-like startup): to provide people with pleasant and affordable rides.
Airbnb is a startup with a clear vision

What's the difference between mission, vision and purpose? We covered this issue in an article on the Happy Startup Canvas model used by IT startups.

2. Take a Lean Startup
How to organize a startup that will use resources at a minimum? A lean approach will help here. Lean startup means that you need to attract as few people as possible (the first version of the product could well be created by a team of three people, or you can outsource the creation of MVP) and use cheaper solutions or open source.

For example, the creation of a startup UARoads was not without the use of many open source solutions (OpenStreetMap, Mapnik, Leaflet JavaScript library, etc.), and we involved employees who have their own car for testing. Every day, UARoads receives about 1200 tracks from users, and more than 57 thousand people have joined the service.

Startup UARoads

3. Set deadlines and an accurate budget for the project
Starting a business from scratch involves determining the scope of work, time and budget. How to balance between them? It is worth starting a startup with an MVP, including only critical functions, the number of which may change during the development stage, and set fixed deadlines and budget. Such restrictions will serve as an incentive for your team and motivate them to seek out-of-the-box solutions.

4. Start creating your product from its centerpiece
Basecamp calls this approach Epicenter Design: you start to design the most important part. For example, if you need to create a startup like Medium, then the main element will be the online publishing tool and the article itself. And the design of everything else (profiles, menus, search filters, etc.) is developed only later. With this approach, from the very first day of work on a project, you focus on the most important. For web applications, the process looks like this:

Brainstorm.
Preparing paper sketches. It's much faster and cheaper than creating layouts right away and allows you to quickly make changes or redraw something.
Electronic layout.
HTML screens.
The code.
5. Offer fewer features
You're solving a problem, right? Then give up the beauties that have nothing to do with your decision! Modern users are more likely to choose products with limited functionality (Snapchat), and services like Facebook are considered boring.

Get in the habit of rejecting any new feature proposal. The same goes for feature requests that users submit: consider adding only after it becomes clear that more and more people are asking for the feature. For example, Twitter only started using link previews in 2015, nine years after launch.
The main danger here lies in the fact that in order to create features, some functional improvements (that is, other features) are often needed, which quickly turn the product into something complex and incomprehensible.

6. Remove unnecessary settings
You don't want users to be stuck for half an hour at the settings screen and then just close your app or startup site, do you? Then help them with a choice. After all, it is not so important whether 5 or 7 posts are displayed on the main page. If any nuance is important to users, they will tell you about it, and you can change such minor details.

7. Give your product a personality
Guided by the vision and knowledge of your audience, create a product that has character and principles of its own. Someone may not like them, but those you are targeting will simply be delighted - what you need for a startup!

For example, the corporate messenger Slack has won the hearts of many developers, but there are plenty of opponents to use it. And MailChimp is hard to imagine without a helper monkey:

Mailchimp is a startup with personality

8. Build an intuitive product
Users only look at the instructions and FAQ when something stops working. Make their lives easier: A brief onboarding should be enough to explain how everything works. By the way, check out our article on simple and straightforward interfaces for the web.

9. Don't try to solve problems that don't exist yet.
One such challenge is scaling. Startups worry that they will not be able to quickly scale the service if the MVP is quickly successful. But getting ready for this is 100% impossible. It is much more important to quickly make changes to the product and identify the startup business model that will work for you. And, of course, please your users.

10. Generate Interest Before Launching Your Startup
Here's how to promote a startup in the best Hollywood tradition:

A couple of months before the launch, launch a "teaser": start blogging, show your logo, give hints about what you are working on and start gaining subscribers and first followers on social networks.
Two weeks before launching a startup, switch to preview mode: start talking about features, show a couple of screenshots or videos, tell about use cases. Give out a dozen invites to stir up interest in your startup.
Launch your IT startup with an updated landing page and complete product information.
Ecoisme startup landing page

We hope these tips will help you move from idea to startup faster. And the stfalcon.com studio team will be happy to help you develop MVP, design, Android and iOS applications and a website for your startup.
I voted and commented on your idea or project; so please, if you are going online soon, consider supporting my idea of BioFSM with your votes and comments https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/19080/
Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments
With respect
Dilnaza

October 29, 2020 17:09

Over the course of twenty years, I have watched Leh turn into an urban sprawl. The streets are now choked with traffic, and the air tastes of diesel fumes. The once pristine streams are polluted, the water undrinkable. For the first time, some people are even homeless. Unemployment

October 29, 2020 17:09

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:09

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:09

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:09

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:07

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:07

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:07

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:07

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:07

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:06

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:06

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:06

Political power has been centralized in Leh, the capital, and a dependence created on an outside money economy. Tragically, the Ladakhis have been made to think of themselves and their culture as backward and inferior, and have been encouraged to embrace a Western, urban lifestyle

October 29, 2020 17:05

Greetings from Kazakhstan! Your project is extremely innovative, but I would like to offer you some specific tips.
1. Reduce the product vision to one sentence
Where to start a startup? Understand what exactly you are doing. If your startup's vision doesn't fit into one sentence, then it will be very difficult for you to convince users that you are doing something really worthwhile. In addition, without a well-defined vision, you are deprived of a reference point that helps you make the right strategic and tactical decisions. Examples of startups with a clear vision:

Airbnb: Creating an open world where everyone can feel at home, wherever they are.
Basecamp: Communication is the foundation of project management.
Lyft (an Uber-like startup): to provide people with pleasant and affordable rides.
Airbnb is a startup with a clear vision

What's the difference between mission, vision and purpose? We covered this issue in an article on the Happy Startup Canvas model used by IT startups.

2. Take a Lean Startup
How to organize a startup that will use resources at a minimum? A lean approach will help here. Lean startup means that you need to attract as few people as possible (the first version of the product could well be created by a team of three people, or you can outsource the creation of MVP) and use cheaper solutions or open source.

For example, the creation of a startup UARoads was not without the use of many open source solutions (OpenStreetMap, Mapnik, Leaflet JavaScript library, etc.), and we involved employees who have their own car for testing. Every day, UARoads receives about 1200 tracks from users, and more than 57 thousand people have joined the service.

Startup UARoads

3. Set deadlines and an accurate budget for the project
Starting a business from scratch involves determining the scope of work, time and budget. How to balance between them? It is worth starting a startup with an MVP, including only critical functions, the number of which may change during the development stage, and set fixed deadlines and budget. Such restrictions will serve as an incentive for your team and motivate them to seek out-of-the-box solutions.

4. Start creating your product from its centerpiece
Basecamp calls this approach Epicenter Design: you start to design the most important part. For example, if you need to create a startup like Medium, then the main element will be the online publishing tool and the article itself. And the design of everything else (profiles, menus, search filters, etc.) is developed only later. With this approach, from the very first day of work on a project, you focus on the most important. For web applications, the process looks like this:

Brainstorm.
Preparing paper sketches. It's much faster and cheaper than creating layouts right away and allows you to quickly make changes or redraw something.
Electronic layout.
HTML screens.
The code.
5. Offer fewer features
You're solving a problem, right? Then give up the beauties that have nothing to do with your decision! Modern users are more likely to choose products with limited functionality (Snapchat), and services like Facebook are considered boring.

Get in the habit of rejecting any new feature proposal. The same goes for feature requests that users submit: consider adding only after it becomes clear that more and more people are asking for the feature. For example, Twitter only started using link previews in 2015, nine years after launch.
The main danger here lies in the fact that in order to create features, some functional improvements (that is, other features) are often needed, which quickly turn the product into something complex and incomprehensible.

6. Remove unnecessary settings
You don't want users to be stuck for half an hour at the settings screen and then just close your app or startup site, do you? Then help them with a choice. After all, it is not so important whether 5 or 7 posts are displayed on the main page. If any nuance is important to users, they will tell you about it, and you can change such minor details.

7. Give your product a personality
Guided by the vision and knowledge of your audience, create a product that has character and principles of its own. Someone may not like them, but those you are targeting will simply be delighted - what you need for a startup!

For example, the corporate messenger Slack has won the hearts of many developers, but there are plenty of opponents to use it. And MailChimp is hard to imagine without a helper monkey:

Mailchimp is a startup with personality

8. Build an intuitive product
Users only look at the instructions and FAQ when something stops working. Make their lives easier: A brief onboarding should be enough to explain how everything works. By the way, check out our article on simple and straightforward interfaces for the web.

9. Don't try to solve problems that don't exist yet.
One such challenge is scaling. Startups worry that they will not be able to quickly scale the service if the MVP is quickly successful. But getting ready for this is 100% impossible. It is much more important to quickly make changes to the product and identify the startup business model that will work for you. And, of course, please your users.

10. Generate Interest Before Launching Your Startup
Here's how to promote a startup in the best Hollywood tradition:

A couple of months before the launch, launch a "teaser": start blogging, show your logo, give hints about what you are working on and start gaining subscribers and first followers on social networks.
Two weeks before launching a startup, switch to preview mode: start talking about features, show a couple of screenshots or videos, tell about use cases. Give out a dozen invites to stir up interest in your startup.
Launch your IT startup with an updated landing page and complete product information.
Ecoisme startup landing page

We hope these tips will help you move from idea to startup faster. And the stfalcon.com studio team will be happy to help you develop MVP, design, Android and iOS applications and a website for your startup.
I voted and commented on your idea or project; so please, if you are going online soon, consider supporting my idea of BioFSM with your votes and comments https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/19080/
Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments
With respect
Dilnaza

October 29, 2020 17:05

Over the last three decades or so, Ladakh has been increasingly opened up to economic development, exposing the people to a range of outside influences they had not encountered before: advertising and corporate media, tourism, pesticides, western-style schooling, and consumer goods.

October 29, 2020 17:05

Over the last three decades or so, Ladakh has been increasingly opened up to economic development, exposing the people to a range of outside influences they had not encountered before: advertising and corporate media, tourism, pesticides, western-style schooling, and consumer goods.

October 29, 2020 17:05

Over the last three decades or so, Ladakh has been increasingly opened up to economic development, exposing the people to a range of outside influences they had not encountered before: advertising and corporate media, tourism, pesticides, western-style schooling, and consumer goods.

October 29, 2020 17:05

Over the last three decades or so, Ladakh has been increasingly opened up to economic development, exposing the people to a range of outside influences they had not encountered before: advertising and corporate media, tourism, pesticides, western-style schooling, and consumer goods.

October 29, 2020 17:04

Most necessities were met within walking distance. You knew the land intimately, you knew its limits; and you knew how to live with the land in a sustainable way.

October 29, 2020 17:04

Most necessities were met within walking distance. You knew the land intimately, you knew its limits; and you knew how to live with the land in a sustainable way.

October 29, 2020 17:04

Most necessities were met within walking distance. You knew the land intimately, you knew its limits; and you knew how to live with the land in a sustainable way.

October 29, 2020 17:03

Most necessities were met within walking distance. You knew the land intimately, you knew its limits; and you knew how to live with the land in a sustainable way.

October 29, 2020 17:03

Most necessities were met within walking distance. You knew the land intimately, you knew its limits; and you knew how to live with the land in a sustainable way.

October 29, 2020 17:02

As in other traditional cultures, the Ladakhis also had a deep connection to the land. People depended on the living world around them for their basic needs; with few exceptions, their food, clothing and shelter were all produced within the region.

October 29, 2020 17:02

As in other traditional cultures, the Ladakhis also had a deep connection to the land. People depended on the living world around them for their basic needs; with few exceptions, their food, clothing and shelter were all produced within the region.

October 29, 2020 17:02

As in other traditional cultures, the Ladakhis also had a deep connection to the land. People depended on the living world around them for their basic needs; with few exceptions, their food, clothing and shelter were all produced within the region.

October 29, 2020 17:02

As in other traditional cultures, the Ladakhis also had a deep connection to the land. People depended on the living world around them for their basic needs; with few exceptions, their food, clothing and shelter were all produced within the region.

October 29, 2020 17:01

Importantly, this interdependence was structurally reinforced by the economy. People relied on each other for the very food they ate; they exchanged seeds, they shared draft animals for ploughing and threshing. And these economic exchanges provided a structural relationship of give-and-take that bound people together in ways that provided both material and psychological security.

October 29, 2020 17:00

Importantly, this interdependence was structurally reinforced by the economy. People relied on each other for the very food they ate; they exchanged seeds, they shared draft animals for ploughing and threshing. And these economic exchanges provided a structural relationship of give-and-take that bound people together in ways that provided both material and psychological security.

October 29, 2020 17:00

Importantly, this interdependence was structurally reinforced by the economy. People relied on each other for the very food they ate; they exchanged seeds, they shared draft animals for ploughing and threshing. And these economic exchanges provided a structural relationship of give-and-take that bound people together in ways that provided both material and psychological security.

October 29, 2020 17:00

Importantly, this interdependence was structurally reinforced by the economy. People relied on each other for the very food they ate; they exchanged seeds, they shared draft animals for ploughing and threshing. And these economic exchanges provided a structural relationship of give-and-take that bound people together in ways that provided both material and psychological security.

October 29, 2020 17:00

An intricate web of mutual support had the effect of minimising the strain on individual relationships. It was a peaceful culture; there was little strife and conflict. The very young had multiple carers siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles while the very old were integrally involved in the rhythms of daily life.

October 29, 2020 16:59

An intricate web of mutual support had the effect of minimising the strain on individual relationships. It was a peaceful culture; there was little strife and conflict. The very young had multiple carers siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles while the very old were integrally involved in the rhythms of daily life.

October 29, 2020 16:59

An intricate web of mutual support had the effect of minimising the strain on individual relationships. It was a peaceful culture; there was little strife and conflict. The very young had multiple carers siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles while the very old were integrally involved in the rhythms of daily life.

October 29, 2020 16:59

An intricate web of mutual support had the effect of minimising the strain on individual relationships. It was a peaceful culture; there was little strife and conflict. The very young had multiple carers siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles while the very old were integrally involved in the rhythms of daily life.

October 29, 2020 16:58

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the traditional culture was the Ladakhis sense of self. In my early years, the overwhelming majority of people still lived in large, extended families, within communities that were of a human scale.

October 29, 2020 16:58

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the traditional culture was the Ladakhis sense of self. In my early years, the overwhelming majority of people still lived in large, extended families, within communities that were of a human scale.

October 29, 2020 16:58

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the traditional culture was the Ladakhis sense of self. In my early years, the overwhelming majority of people still lived in large, extended families, within communities that were of a human scale.

October 29, 2020 16:58

Perhaps the most striking aspect of the traditional culture was the Ladakhis sense of self. In my early years, the overwhelming majority of people still lived in large, extended families, within communities that were of a human scale.

October 29, 2020 16:56

I have spent much of the last 35 years in Ladakh, and it has become my second home. From the first year I have been fluent in the local language, and have been able to experience the culture almost from the inside. These experiences have had a profound effect on the way I now see the world.

October 29, 2020 16:56

I have spent much of the last 35 years in Ladakh, and it has become my second home. From the first year I have been fluent in the local language, and have been able to experience the culture almost from the inside. These experiences have had a profound effect on the way I now see the world.

October 29, 2020 16:56

I have spent much of the last 35 years in Ladakh, and it has become my second home. From the first year I have been fluent in the local language, and have been able to experience the culture almost from the inside. These experiences have had a profound effect on the way I now see the world.

October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:55

I might not have seen the crucial links between the economy, community and the environment had I not had the privilege of living in relatively intact local economies in both Europe and Asia. My greatest teacher in this regard has been Ladakh, or Little Tibet, a remote region high up in the Western Himalayas.

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:54

The benefits of such a move are enormous. It can radically cut energy use and waste; it can help to restore true democracy; it can reduce the gap between rich and poor; and at a personal, spiritual level, it can restore to our lives a sense of meaning and purpose. I call it the economics of happiness

October 29, 2020 16:53

both at the local and regional level. It does not mean an end to international trade, but it does mean taking control of giant multinational corporations and requiring them to be place-based and accountable to individual nation states.

October 29, 2020 16:52

both at the local and regional level. It does not mean an end to international trade, but it does mean taking control of giant multinational corporations and requiring them to be place-based and accountable to individual nation states.

October 29, 2020 16:52

both at the local and regional level. It does not mean an end to international trade, but it does mean taking control of giant multinational corporations and requiring them to be place-based and accountable to individual nation states.

October 29, 2020 16:52

both at the local and regional level. It does not mean an end to international trade, but it does mean taking control of giant multinational corporations and requiring them to be place-based and accountable to individual nation states.

October 29, 2020 16:52

What does this mean in practice? Simply put, localization means shortening the distance between production and consumption: moving away from an ever-growing dependence on global trade, and instead encouraging greater self-reliance

October 29, 2020 16:51

What does this mean in practice? Simply put, localization means shortening the distance between production and consumption: moving away from an ever-growing dependence on global trade, and instead encouraging greater self-reliance

October 29, 2020 16:51

What does this mean in practice? Simply put, localization means shortening the distance between production and consumption: moving away from an ever-growing dependence on global trade, and instead encouraging greater self-reliance

October 29, 2020 16:51

What does this mean in practice? Simply put, localization means shortening the distance between production and consumption: moving away from an ever-growing dependence on global trade, and instead encouraging greater self-reliance

October 29, 2020 16:50

My organization, ISEC the International Society for Ecology and Culture has been promoting economic localization for more than three decades not as an add on to business as usual, but as a deep rooted and systemic alternative. As we see it, communism, socialism and todays corporate capitalism all suffer the same fundamental

October 29, 2020 16:50

My organization, ISEC the International Society for Ecology and Culture has been promoting economic localization for more than three decades not as an add on to business as usual, but as a deep rooted and systemic alternative. As we see it, communism, socialism and todays corporate capitalism all suffer the same fundamental

October 29, 2020 16:50

My organization, ISEC the International Society for Ecology and Culture has been promoting economic localization for more than three decades not as an add on to business as usual, but as a deep rooted and systemic alternative. As we see it, communism, socialism and todays corporate capitalism all suffer the same fundamental

October 29, 2020 16:50

My organization, ISEC the International Society for Ecology and Culture has been promoting economic localization for more than three decades not as an add on to business as usual, but as a deep rooted and systemic alternative. As we see it, communism, socialism and todays corporate capitalism all suffer the same fundamental

October 29, 2020 16:48

I thank you for your wisdom and your support, and accept this award on behalf of the emerging worldwide localization movement: a movement that, I believe, can not only help to prevent ecological devastation but also substantially improve the quality of life for the great majority of people on earth.

October 29, 2020 16:48

I thank you for your wisdom and your support, and accept this award on behalf of the emerging worldwide localization movement: a movement that, I believe, can not only help to prevent ecological devastation but also substantially improve the quality of life for the great majority of people on earth.

October 29, 2020 16:47

I thank you for your wisdom and your support, and accept this award on behalf of the emerging worldwide localization movement: a movement that, I believe, can not only help to prevent ecological devastation but also substantially improve the quality of life for the great majority of people on earth.

October 29, 2020 16:47

I thank you for your wisdom and your support, and accept this award on behalf of the emerging worldwide localization movement: a movement that, I believe, can not only help to prevent ecological devastation but also substantially improve the quality of life for the great majority of people on earth.

October 29, 2020 16:47

An honour, and also a source of great hope and strength: that an organization as prestigious as the Goi Peace Foundation should understand and value the role of economic localization in helping to create a more equitable and sustainable world.

October 29, 2020 16:47

An honour, and also a source of great hope and strength: that an organization as prestigious as the Goi Peace Foundation should understand and value the role of economic localization in helping to create a more equitable and sustainable world.

October 29, 2020 16:46

An honour, and also a source of great hope and strength: that an organization as prestigious as the Goi Peace Foundation should understand and value the role of economic localization in helping to create a more equitable and sustainable world.

October 29, 2020 16:46

An honour, and also a source of great hope and strength: that an organization as prestigious as the Goi Peace Foundation should understand and value the role of economic localization in helping to create a more equitable and sustainable world.

October 29, 2020 16:46

Helena Norberg-Hodge

It is a great honour for me to receive this awardto follow in the footsteps of world-renowned thinkers and activists many of whom, incidentally, I am happy to count among my friends and colleagues.

October 29, 2020 16:45

Helena Norberg-Hodge

It is a great honour for me to receive this awardto follow in the footsteps of world-renowned thinkers and activists many of whom, incidentally, I am happy to count among my friends and colleagues.

October 29, 2020 16:45

Helena Norberg-Hodge

It is a great honour for me to receive this awardto follow in the footsteps of world-renowned thinkers and activists many of whom, incidentally, I am happy to count among my friends and colleagues.

October 29, 2020 16:45

Helena Norberg-Hodge

It is a great honour for me to receive this awardto follow in the footsteps of world-renowned thinkers and activists many of whom, incidentally, I am happy to count among my friends and colleagues.

October 29, 2020 16:00

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. Success is not final, failure is not fatal, It is the courage to continue that counts.

Your idea is very smart and practical.

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/18293/

October 28, 2020 17:18

My dear friend @Umar, I honestly thank you for the support received from you on this campus. Your votes and comments on my idea and that of other campus members I suppose, have gone a long way helping to review and make our ideas solid and ready for the implementation phase. However, with these few days left for us in this campus to encourage one another on this entrepreneurship journey and with the understanding that many of us will likely launch our ideas at the end of our time in this campus; of course being what is expected of us as an outcome of the time spent on this campus, I am sharing with you yet another interesting post from one of the campus articles on What to Do Next When We are Hustling and It Still Has Not Happened for Us

First, it is natural to think that everything we plan to do with our companies and businesses will go exactly as planned. Unfortunately, most often it is the opposite. So, please understand that there is the problem with the hype about hustle. People have this mistaken belief that with enough hustle, grit, grind, tired Instagram platitude, we can achieve any outcome. But that is false. It is a nice fairytale. But it is false.
Sometimes things are not ready to happen yet because there are literally millions of other factors at play in the world that we cannot see. We cannot produce a miracle no matter how hard we hustle. So, the best is to stop trying to force things, when we find ourselves in this bridge my friends.
However, this does not mean that we should aim low, or that we should not set goals and work towards them. The problem is not with goal setting or ambition. The problem is what to do with our emotions during the in between phases, when our reality does not match our grand vision for life or for our companies and businesses.

Secondly, we must learn to become more comfortable in a state of waiting. Not hoping without planning. Not ambivalence towards the results. But simply putting in the work, then waiting for the results to come in whenever time they are ready to come.
Sometimes life just takes a while to develop, and no matter how hard we push, it is just not the right time for things to pop off for us. Force does not work as a long-term strategy for progress. Since we cannot force anything to happen, the only thing we can do is adjust our perspective. We have to change the way we think about waiting. We need to learn to shift from the mindset that associates waiting with pain and discomfort, to looking at the future with optimism and without obsessing about what we are lacking in the present.

Now what is the advice:
When our hustling does not seem to meet with our vision for our businesses and companies, we need to continue to work hard getting things done. Yes, hustle more. That is obvious. But do not obsess over timetables for when things must happen. If we do that, trust me, we will be disappointed almost every time. Friends we just need to put in the work and let life unfold.
Remember to always give the universe space to do what it can do while we do ours, let there be no high blood pressures, depression and getting worked up. And when the thing we want finally does happen for us, let it be a happy, albeit not entirely unexpected surprise. In other words, chill, and share this with a friend who needs to chill.

Dear friend, I hope this helps you in your implementation phase

Best wishes in this journey and in your implementation. Stay positive on the competition. It teaches us a lot of things to keep us sailing to the beach.
I have voted and made a comment on your idea or project; so please should you come online soon, do consider supporting my idea Eduheal with your votes and comments @ https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17805/

Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments

October 28, 2020 13:19

In a moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing to do, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing. Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it's always your choice.

Your idea is very smart and practical.

>> https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/18293/ <<

October 27, 2020 09:20

Hey guys.
A business degree isn't what you need to start that business or idea.

If I had gone to business school, I never would have started the company

ANITA RODDICK

Would really appreciate your vote.

October 26, 2020 18:11

The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.

Your idea is great and very practical.

>> https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/18293/ <<

October 24, 2020 22:02

Hello,

I think it's okay with you!!
I appreciate your idea, with a view to contributing to global development.
The implementation of our project ideas is usually done easily as soon as we have the necessary means. Besides the implementation of our project ideas, we have to think about its sustainability. How can I prevent my business from going bankrupt? We must also think about the proper functioning of its business, about maintaining good coordination within our companies. All the same, we should focus on good regulation both inside and outside the company in terms of the costs and services that we will provide. Thus, we must think of a good appreciation of our products by the public. Ultimately, we must take care to put forward our project ideas while structuring a sustainability scheme, since setting up a business is one step, and ensuring that it does not go bankrupt is another.

Best regards with your idea; This is my support for your!!!

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18291/

October 23, 2020 17:31

Good day friend

At this point, it will be helpful to take another look at the relationship between the terms entrepreneurship and business administration. While the latter describes the organizational and administrative aspects of business, I propose that we use the term entrepreneurship to highlight the creative, innovative components of establishing a new business.

Would really appreciate your vote

October 20, 2020 21:39

It is admirable that you are promoting African culture through attire. We have very unique fabrics across the continent. Hoping that your idea will show the rest of the world that Africa is indeed a beautiful continent that has a lot to offer in terms of fashion. All the best!

October 19, 2020 16:40

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Our greatest ability as humans is not to change the world; but to change ourselves. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:39

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:39

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:38

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Seek not greater wealth, but simpler pleasure, not higher fortune, but deeper felicity. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:37

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:37

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:36

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:35

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:35

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:35

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:34

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:32

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:32

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:31

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:31

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:31

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:31

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:30

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I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:30

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
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Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:30

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
I will like to support your idea with this quote.

Hate the sin, love the sinner. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:29

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There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever

October 19, 2020 16:29

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There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever

October 19, 2020 16:28

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There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever

October 19, 2020 16:28

I have glanced through your idea and I love it. It is so innovating and I believe your idea can sustain the world.
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There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever

October 19, 2020 16:24

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October 19, 2020 16:24

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October 19, 2020 16:23

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October 19, 2020 16:23

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October 19, 2020 16:23

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Service without humility is selfishness and egotism. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:22

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Service without humility is selfishness and egotism. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:22

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October 19, 2020 16:22

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Service without humility is selfishness and egotism. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:22

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Service without humility is selfishness and egotism. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:19

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It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:18

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It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:18

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It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:18

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It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 16:17

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It is easy to stand in the crowd but it takes courage to stand alone. Mahatma Gandhi

October 19, 2020 14:40

Hello!
As teen entrepreneurs, we know how hard it is to find opportunities to earn funds and grants. Struggling with this in the past few months, we researched about databases that can help identify funding opportunities, and we wanted to share them with you! We really hope it helps in funding your Afrik Designers idea in the future :)

The Global Innovation Exchange posts competitions and grants for entrepreneurs worldwide, which you can narrow down by country, focus area, and keywords that fit your innovation. Gofundme Creative Fundraiser is also a great platform for earning funds; with users hailing from 19 countries, Gofundme gives you access to a large number of diverse potential funders.

We hope these resources help. If you have time, we would extremely appreciate it if you could 1 comment on our entry here: entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/18345/

Keep up the great work!

Sincerely,
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Paul Onuh

October 18, 2020 18:45

@Umar imam
@Afrik Designers / ("Building The Infrastructure For African Culture.")

Dear Umar,

In reply to on your comment on Oct10, 2020 22:03.

I have been through your start-up plans. I see that it should go a long way, and hopefully become a notable fashion brand in Nigeria, towards the foreseeable future.

I myself will really love to put on a readymade local outfit in due time, but hopes to try out yours someday.

Right now, things are expensive within the country, but try to make your products quite affordable, to a bare minimal.

This would go a long way towards standing you out amongst your contemporary in no time. Finally, I will like to say, your idea is also viable.

Sincerely yours,

Paul,

October 18, 2020 12:41

Greetings from Kazakhstan! I have found some interesting materials, and I would like to share them with you

1) Undoubtedly, funds will be needed for you (as you already said) to complete this wonderful idea on a full scale. I would like to advise international funds such as The Common Fund for Commodities (CFC), Call for Proposals: Actions to Boost the Development of Finance Markets for Social Enterprises GroFin: Small and Growing Business Fund. You can also take part in contests such as School Enterprise Challenge: Join the movement to build Business Skills!
2) I would recommend you to read a number of books that will contribute significantly to your knowledge about business. They are "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Restoring the Character Ethic" by Stephen R. Covey, "How to Make Big Money in Your Own Small Business: Unexpected Rules Every Small Business Owner Needs to Know" by Jeffrey J. Fox, and "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill

I have voted and made a comment on your idea or project; so please should you come online soon, do consider supporting my idea BioFSM with your votes and comments https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/28/19080/
Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments
Best regards
Dilnaza

October 18, 2020 12:32

Hello! Your project is extremely innovative, but I would like to suggest some specific advice. Some of them require making choices. And often this choice is really baffling.

1. MVP versus Ideal Product
1.1. "When you launch a project, you can never tell in advance how the market will react to it. Your vision for your product is a hallucination. No need for fantasies. Start with MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and then use Lean Startup (a set of short iterations). This is the only way to create all successful companies. As a result, you yourself will be surprised to see the business you have created. "

1.2. "People don't know what they really need. A poll from the late 17th century showed that passengers desire faster horses. Only Ford, the genius of foresight, gave the world a puffing iron monster called a car."
"No user in the world saw an iPhone until the genius of Steve Jobs completely, from start to finish, formed and brought to the market the perfect product. A few months before the iPhone was released, Jobs ordered a complete overhaul of the product. He did this only because the smartphone that was almost gone into production did not suit the only user - Steve. Smartphones existed before the iPhone, and they all failed. The reason for the failures is simple - the electronics weren't good enough. Do you know what these were the firms and models? It is true that no one remembers these names. "
"Clients simply are not able to desire something completely new - they only know the familiar things."
"For a fund like Sequoia Capital to invest in you, you must have a Strong Vision. Your idea should be bold, strong, initially worked out, breaking the established stereotypes. Therefore, initially she will be hostile and resisted. Forget about any user, even a Stanford professor, giving you product advice. People will call your service gibberish. This is normal for a disruptive startup. The new scares people. But you mustn't give up. "
In general, don't listen to customers. Believe in yourself. You must know what to do.
Such is the advice from respected investors, backed up by facts. Very reasonable. Old Steve can't be wrong.

3. Singles versus team
3.1. Alone, you are doomed. The Y combinator (Harvard among accelerators) simply does not accept startups with fewer than two team members. And for good reason. First, if you are alone in a team, then you cannot convince even your friend to believe in your product. Needless to say about the whole market. Second, the to-do list for a successful launch is too long for one person. There will be neither time nor competence. You will have to program, draw designs and sketches, prepare pitches, presentations, engage in networking, accounting, open a company, and understand contracts. Isn't the list too long even for Alexander the Great?
Plus, Bill Gates had Paul Allen. Larry Page has Sergey Brin. Jobs has Wozniak. That says it all. Need more arguments? But:
3.2. Nginx is a complex piece of software written by one person. Dropbox, whose capitalization exceeded 10 billion, Drew Houston launched alone, and then frantically searched for a co-founder. And finally, Nikola Tesla - this name alone says a lot.

You should feel that you can turn the world around even alone. Otherwise, you won't succeed with the whole team.

4. To take or not to take money from investors?
4.1. You will be committing a crime against your project and against your team if you do not take the investors' money at the moment they are offered to you. Paul Graham. Startup guru. Master Yoda Y-combinator.
"Markets move in a sinusoidal manner. From time to time they are in a fever with the financial crisis. Force majeure happens. These are tough times. Even if you are doing well financially now, take the money. Then they will press you, but nobody will give you money. The project may show negative dynamics in the future. A financial cushion made of banknotes will help you survive difficult times and overcome the "Valley of Death". Otherwise, a crisis will break out, and you will die with your 100% of the company. "
As he looks into the water. Valuable advice. We must follow. But:
4.2. "Don't take investors' money. Fight for the project to the last ruble without surrendering to greedy financial tycoons. Develop on your own as long as a crumb of bread remains in the house. The percentage of your company that needs to be given back in return for investment is too valuable. Today you will give 35% for a million dollars, and tomorrow you will be begged to take 100 million dollars for 3.5%.
"You have to be an idiot to mindlessly throw away a share in a project for some candy wrappers that will still go down the drain."
And remember: "The temptation to give up will be especially strong shortly before victory." Indeed, even Buddha could not have put it better.

5. At what age to start?
5.1. "A million dollar business on the network can only be built by a person who does not yet know that this is an unattainable goal." A successful startup is always a step beyond the existing one, it is building a new world. Only young people have a fresh perspective on things. Only young people see problems that people over 25 simply do not have. Can you think of SnapChat at 40? Names like Zuckerberg, Page and Brin, Kalkanis are clearly signaling the market to invest in the young.
5.2. "An old horse will not spoil the furrow." Young people learn from their mistakes for a long time, and this process is costly for the company. Building a successful business requires wisdom that comes only with experience. Examples of Jack Walsh, Larry Ellison, who built a business at only 35, show the benefits of experienced people. Statistics show that people over 40 are 80% more successful than young people.
"When we invest in young people, our money goes to their education. The team fails, the business will collapse. Then they start a new company, using the experience gained. After several similar iterations, the older founders finally have a successful business. The wise investor will only invest at this moment. "

6. Do only what you know well. Versus. Discover the unknown: treasures are waiting for the horizon
6.1. "Launching a startup is like jumping off a cliff and trying to build an airplane in flight." Reid Hoffman (LinkedIn Creator, Billionaire, Investor). Throw yourself into battle, do the incomprehensible. In the modern world, competition is so intense that all known problems have already been resolved. If thousands of people know about the problem, then you do not have the advantage of a pioneer. The largest companies pay millions of analysts to report known issues. After that, the giants cast thousands of their employees to solve these problems. Everyone wants to make money. You cannot compete with Google. Therefore, tackle only those problems that analysts will never know about. How to do it? Only by engaging in a completely new direction in which no one has experience, including you. You will be the first to gain experience in the process.
6.2. Do only what you know well. Successful start-ups are obtained solely on the inside, on a deep knowledge of the industry. Long-term work in some areas gives a person an understanding of problems that others simply do not see. You need to quickly overcome the "Valley of Death" and make a profit. It is an unaffordable luxury to waste resources on experimentation. For every Columbus, there are thousands of seafarers still feeding fish at the bottom of coral reefs.

7. Know your monetization or just attract users
7.1. Before starting the project, decide on how the service will make money. Do you have a ton of users, cool retention (return) and insane growth that Facebook never dreamed of? Wait to rejoice, history remembers a ton of these failed companies. As a rule, they sell a ruble for 10 kopecks. For example, free services for uploading pictures and inserting to forums, services for free uploading files - such projects are rapidly gaining popularity, but, like two-hundred-kilogram boars, they constantly consume the capacity of server disks and the bandwidth of your communication channels. Soon, losses start to amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars. And so it will be until you run out of money. After all, closing such a traffic project for a startup is worse than stepping on your throat.
More examples - YouTube's appetite was reaching a million dollars a day before it started bringing in the first cent. It's good that it was acquired by Google, which had that kind of money. A lot of YouTube's competitors just went broke. Or recall Groupon, which sold other people's services at half price - soon restaurants, whose revenue fell sharply, refused to serve customers at half price.
7.2. The main commandment of Silicon Valley investors is that a project should focus on only one thing at a time. Growth or monetization. The combination is equal to death. Making a profit from a project that has no users is problematic. So forget about monetization and only think about user growth and retention. We will give you the money. Look who has taken over the Internet now - giants like Pinterest, which has reached billions in capitalizations without even thinking about making money. You know, when you're big, they just buy you for that. As was the case with the hopelessly unprofitable Tumbrl (Yahoo bought it for a billion). In our world, it is important to be a big hippo. Nothing else matters. Instagram, SnapChat, WatsApp, Viber and others like them. There is a tendency that is criminal to ignore. The rest of the world just doesn't understand anything about the internet. Just create a project that users will love, and the money will come to you.

8. Is a technical director needed right from the start?
8.1. From the very first day you found a startup, you need a good CTO. Better if it is a genius with Asperger's syndrome. A quiet type, avoiding people and spending the whole day at the computer simply because he has nothing else to do. Such a person can hack the Pentagon network in three days, asking for only two burgers and a two-liter bottle of Coca-Cola.
If you start without those. director, then your project will fail. You just waste a lot of time, initial motivation (fuse is very important), but you can never do cool tech stuff, and your service will go down at the first load. You will have to rewrite all the code, and this is at the moment when the money has already run out, and competitors saw your takeoff and copied your service in two and a half days.
Freelancers will begin to blackmail you, realizing how much you need a new function, and will take the project hostage. One crafty freelancer can suck a hapless startup's wallet dry. As a result, the latter will go around the world with a cart, taken away from the nearest supermarket.
Quality paid development is a utopia. For example, Indians (inexpensive literate freelancers) confuse a footer with a header. Think for yourself, your English is a foreign language and theirs too. Broken phone in a square. Belarusian developers will take money and disappear, realizing the opacity of legal boundaries.
After all, there are many more gifted technical directors than there are good entrepreneurs with ideas. I will tell you exactly. Just look at GitHub - how many talents there are who mold beautiful dummies, and do not find use for their technical genius. They need an entrepreneur with an idea, they themselves are looking for such.
8.2. Why do you need a CTO? You can always hire a freelance student or start a WordPress startup like Groupon did. Jumla to help you. Are you not talking seriously? Are you a serious entrepreneur yourself? Most of the hypotheses are tested with DruPal.
Pinterest was made by non-tech guys. Yes, they changed several development teams, but they knew what they were doing and in the end they won. As the project grows, those. You will need a director, but first you need to do more realistic things. You can't find a good programmer during the day with fire. Skilled guys work for large companies. Headhunters from IT giants are setting up surveillance and round-the-clock surveillance of the homes of specialist coders. As soon as programmers step outside their home, they are immediately seduced by multi-million dollar contracts. Recruiters shake puffy checkbooks in front of them and even show them pictures of yachts that will become the property of programmers after just three years at Google. So don't even dream. Look, the Silicon Valley forums are filled with sobs from founders who can't code. It gets to the point where founders with a design or economics background start learning Ruby or Python themselves. There is nothing to do. The best way out is the friendly guys from India. Take it inexpensively.
Such is the advice. Sounds reasonable. Looks logical, especially if you remember 8.1.

9. Work with or without rest
9.1. Work hard around the clock, otherwise you will achieve a result called "nothing." Bloomberg, who became a billionaire and mayor of New York, early in his career at a brokerage firm worked even during lunchtime, when everyone else went out to eat hot dogs and drink coffee. How many of his colleagues do you think became millionaires? That's right, only he is alone.
In the Y-combinator, it is recommended to close at home and not go outside in the first couple of months of work on the project. Don't go out at all. Order food at home and invite housekeepers. Of course, do it over the Internet.
Do you have a family or a girlfriend? The startup is prohibited from knowing these terms.
9.2. Strike a balance. Mandatory time for rest, family and friends is necessary - this will allow you to collect your thoughts and simply increase your work efficiency.
Do you know the story about the driven horse? Or about sharpening an ax. Two foresters argued who would cut down 10 larches faster. One rolled up his sleeves, and only the chips flew. And the second will chop, chop, and then sharpen the ax. So the second one won. It says a lot.
Not only will you be left without money in case of failure, you will also lose all your friends and family. Think about it. The moral support provided by the family cannot be overemphasized.

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October 17, 2020 15:21

Just as scientists have time and again solved many of humanitys problems, for example by mitigating famine and disease that plague third-world nations, they now must solve the worlds next biggest problem.

October 17, 2020 15:20

It is also undisputed that without reliable renewable energy sources to replace rapidly disappearing combustible fuels, the future of all human kind is jeopardized.

October 17, 2020 15:20

Without access to cheap energy, developing countries will not implement modern agricultural, manufacturing, information, and communication capabilities, thereby trapping themselves in economic stagnation.

October 17, 2020 15:19

Liberias problems are by no means unique. About one third of the Earths population has no access to electricity, and for many more people electric power remains an unaffordable luxury. Every year the poor spend the equivalent of over 35 billion USA dollars in kerosene lighting and disposable batteries

October 17, 2020 15:17

On the street, trucks spewed thick black smoke that choked the air. I held my breath and hoped that no one would use the darkness as a cover for crime. During the following two weeks, as I helped conduct high school science workshops for Liberian students,I witnessed a broad range of problems afflicting the West African failed state. And in that time, I made the decision to devote my future career as a scientist to solving them

October 17, 2020 15:17

Only twenty hours after I took off from JFK airport in New York, I was behind the barbed wire fence of a hotel in Liberia in total darkness and stifling heat. The electrical generator had stopped working. It was an unreliable substitute for the power grid that had been destroyed during the 14-year-long civil war.

October 17, 2020 15:15

In conclusion, the better world I envision will be created not by the achievements of science, but rather by the hearts of people.

In conclusion, the better world I envision will be created not by the achievements of science, but rather by the hearts of people.

October 17, 2020 15:14

This is certainly a difficult task. However, if we do not do it now, I think it will be too late. All humans have desire for benefits; this cannot be helped. But by controlling that feeling, and by starting to think about others, I believe change is possible. When that change of mind brings about change in science, I believe we will begin to see a better world.

October 17, 2020 15:13

feel that right now we need to stop thinking about I and start thinking in terms of You. If we do not develop science with a selfless spirit, we would not be able to create science that is truly for the good of the world.

October 17, 2020 15:13

Civilization has made remarkable advances, and these reflect human progress. Along the way, however, people lost sight and became only able to see themselves. As a result, we see disparity of wealth and gaps between nations.

October 17, 2020 15:12

I have been thinking about what science should do, but during the process, I realized that humans come before science. It is humans that develop science, and it is humans that use science. In other words, science is a creation of humans. Then the role of science must be the role of humans. In order to build a better world, however, human beings must change first.