What capitalism prioritizes, the world does more of. So how can we change capitalism so that it focuses on what humans really want and need? Entrepreneur Andrew Yang has a surprising proposal.
The food industry is going nowhere. Pretty pictures on food packets mislead. Big companies have disconnected people from their sustenance. Consumers, especially millennials, are sceptics about industrial-scale food production.
The global B Corp movement is about a new kind of business model that balances purpose and profit. Increasingly, millennial talents and consumers are looking for businesses that are acting in a way that deserves their choice of where to work, what to buy or when to invest.
Editor’s notes: Below is an article on the recent development of social enterprises in Beijing. Please note this applies to Beijing as a city only, not the country as a whole. But it is reflecting the growing acceptance of social enterprises as a powerful force in tackling social issues.
Could you imagine that you will have a 100-year life? The chances are it is likely. But will you be happy, healthy, fulfilled? You are sure. So will most people who will reach that age. This fascinating book may come as a shock to you.
In this issue, I would like to recommend a book to the readers – a MUST READ book: New Power: How it’s changing the 21st century – and why you need to know by Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans (2018)
Editor’s note: This book will change how you look at the world, your business,and your new ventures. I will be reorganizing all my existing and new businesses with insights from this book. - by K K Tse
To engage and facilitate a group of citizens passionate about improving the environment
New Resource and Amalgamated Join Forces and Encourage Customers to Ask: ‘Where Does Your Money Sleep at Night?’
The Master Class will be highly interactive and participative. Miss DiPerna will give a short introduction on her experiences with large systems, current views and future priorities. This will be followed by sharing of soul-searching questions by the participants.