MarketHive, Oligarchy, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Reformation.

Economic Change Is Needed

The entrepreneur has always been the catalyst of innovation and change in the market place. And, for most nations that had translated into economic growth and stability. But, as we know and are now experiencing, economic instability seems to have become the norm for quite a number of years.

At issue are problems relating to energy resource (primarily oil) and the international currencies that are controlled by the worldwide central banking system. A banking system that supplies unlimited amounts of capital to selected corporate entities. This grouping of central banks and corporation are nothing more or less than a ‘Oligarchy’. That has it’s own agenda and interest in mind and not the interest of the people and nation in which it resides. Continue reading “MarketHive, Oligarchy, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Reformation.”

What are the key trends in social entrepreneurship?

Published on Jul 14, 2015

Social entrepreneurship is becoming more like mainstream entrepreneurship, and that’s a good thing, says Ryan Little of the BMW Foundation. The growing number of B Corporations, companies with their social and environmental values built into their DNA, is positive both for investors and for increasingly conscious consumers. Over the next five to ten years, we can also expect a shift in the way social enterprises are funded. Funders are looking for organizations to scale and Ryan explains that the trend towards grants being combined with impact investments is linked to a greater expectation that social enterprises find ways to become sustainable through their own revenue. On top of this, he sees a growing demand of social enterprises to internationalize just like traditional enterprises do. Continue reading “What are the key trends in social entrepreneurship?”