Low-income communities, farmers and producers represent mass markets of not only potential consumers, but also potential suppliers, distributors, and employees.  We believe there is great potential to enhance the economic and social benefits of marginalized communities by creating social enterprises in emerging economies and incorporating these individuals into one of our three market driven models – Distribution Enterprises, Supply Chain Enterprises, and Training Center Enterprises.

We have found that by using a standard and proven enterprise creation model, we can easily replicate these enterprises in developing countries around the world while reaching the impact at scale that so many others struggle to achieve. Our approach enables global corporations to work with us to deploy enterprise models in multiple regions from which they either wish to source product or labor, or distribute their goods to the base of the pyramid.