world greatest inventions systemised by Dr Yunus global social business system
why not raise 200 million dollars microbusiness fund around areas that can crteate 100000 sme jobs - chick volmer. emerald planet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADF1zSeCz70&feature=youtu.be end segment
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Jobenomics 20 by 20 Campaign Plan http://jobenomicsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Jobenomics-Har...
18 million new US small, self-employed, and emerging businesses. 10 Million New Jobs Small & Self-Employed Businesses Community-based business incubators and training centers Cloud computing initiative Women-owned business initiative Direct-Care (elder, child, healthcare) Centers Bank owned real estate (REO/ foreclosure) property initiative Business ministries Capital to the base-of-thepyramid initiative
Large US Businesses Foreign Businesses 3 Million New Jobs (15%) Increase foreign manufacturing opportunities in the USA EB-5 foreign investor program Energy Tech Revolution Plan
5 Million New Jobs (25%) System-of-systems approach to: • Energy independence • Energy assurance Electronic waste program Minerals/mining program Emerging Businesses 2 Million New Jobs (10%) 10 Million
New Jobs 8 Current Proof-of-Concept Projects
Each of these projects are highly scalable across the USA. 20 by 20 Jobenomics-Harlem, Jobenomics-Washington DC Jobenomics-MetroCore Information & Financial Services Program Jobenomics eWaste Program Jobenomics Cloud Computing Programs • SNVC Small Business Beta Test • ACTS Google Certification Program Jobenomics Center for Industrial Development (Foreign Business/Investors) Veterans Jobenomics Center Jobenomics International Mining Collaboration (Liberty Star) Jobenomics Charter Community Concept 9 Jobenomics Harlem Michel Faulkner Objective is create 1,000 new small businesses per year for inter-city residents of Harlem, New York. Lead by Michel Faulkner: • Runs Institute For Leadership • Ran for 112th Congress on Jobenomics platform (Jobs Now Party) Key efforts: • Jobenomics “business generator” started at the Institute For Leadership • New businesses areas: eWaste, energy audit-weatherization-renovation-solar installation, direct-care center, cloud computing (ACTS & MetroCore) • $20 million micro-business line of credit established with local banks Institute For Leadership Class Objective: 1,000 new small businesses per year in Harlem.