related collaborations economistdiary.com abedun.com girlsworldbank part 2 ecop26.com
50 YEAR SEARCH FOR HumansAI top 100 hUNIcorns (networks that never exit life-dev purpose) - from 100000 village to first 50 new universities who share sdg alumni- also current top 10 at worldrecordjobs.com abed 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
.Economistmaps.com Goodhubsguide.com dedicates freedom & happiness of rural keynesianism TO fazleabed.com & chinese barefoot medics since 1970, all women under 30- quarter of humans- 90% of sustainability solutions......................
WHICH ORBITAL GOALS INTEGRATE YOUR HUMAN DEV NETWORK ?
0 hi-TRUST COMMUNITY DATA O/S OR
1 POVERTY
2 STARVATION
3 HEALTH
4 EDU

hu100- abed's legacy:
hu100: purpose of university in 3rd millennium era of global village networking youth as sustaiable generations

hU01 when fazle abed first built 16000 homes for
100,000 villagers he did not realise that over the
next 50 years this would become the deep data lab for
microfranchise solution partnering in helping empower
village women build the rural nation of bangladesh and
that chinese village women needing similar solutions
would incorporate social business capitalism into china's
rural keynesianism- all told 1 billion asians would not
have improved health, ended famine, become the world's -celebrated greatest education leaps with the least resources without resilient
& safe community building -more on hu01
Are you influencing your city's green collaboratory events? - example among 40 in-network collaboration cafe cities new yorkers helped mediate this 2009 while americans were free to celebrate green millennials.BBCGREEN & Bangla5000 selections 2021-2000
21 lbs- africa's turn +hunicorn100 hughes
21-health equity:LBS: -cf astra.place AI 18..19..20..21
19 50 years building number 1 ngo collab with abed bhai.. GATES __NotesU-saving lives
13 khan asks musk- did your college plan include taking over NASA
03 bezos - gold rush or next electricity
over 50 million Chinese died of famine by mid 1960s so by 1968 chinese village parents began Goals1-4 search; bangladesh joined in by 1972- its bangladesh story we have spent 10 years researching ... already by 1960s japanese koreans and chinese diaspora had the money and the motivation to help all asia rise...

Wednesday, December 30, 1970

anatmoy of markets

markets are networks of productive and demanding realtionships
historically lots of costs of components of markets have been hidden - we do not see this as compatible with goals of sustainability generations

look at the biggest player in a market - what purpose would the world moss if this did not exist and is there a trasparent win-win audit inbteggrating the trust of any constituent who you beleve is critically sustained by their relationship (supply or demand) with market

markets can be analysed by 4 ;points of sale
sells a thing for sonsumption
sells a thing that is a component of another market's sale
sells a service ie main value is cuslomised by local human team (consider 2 types of franchose - those designed so most opr all value stays with the local serving team or their community; those where most value is extracted to some owner)
sells knowhow (ie value depends on whether buyer can iuse to co-create value)

markets also are defined by 1 what things need to be physically distributed eiether in making the thing to be sold or in delevering it 2 what is distributed electronically (ie has next to no exra costs of delivering once users access platform)

markets are also defined by costs of getting to know of specific purchase opportunity and who is seen to buy - part of fashion value- between 1950 to 2000 television advertising became an ever increasing cost in many markets -unsustainably so - note ecommerce markets offer an opportunity to go beyond markets where the main cost is advertising

where something has limited number of current sales- costs to te purchser may be defined by auction or other way supplier varies price

markets are also defined by costs of waste; waste can include addiction of people or depression of society caused by costly or intentionally low-trust marketers

markets can be impacted by both sensible regulations ( proof of safety before being sold) and political vested interests (usually disastrous to societies in long term)

markets can be impacted by cost of innovation - this depends on extent that innovation people really want is associated with market/purpose]]its worth checking in deep detail on diferences between thing, service and knowledge markst as many legacy assumption ois big thing production still impact ways marketing profession itself makes money (often in ways that do not proact with major social chnages that need sustainability may need)

for more detailed references see
world class brands; brand chartering; triple special issue of journal of maketing management 1999 - brand reality
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

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