|Here Come the Eco Collaborators!|
Staging to impact greater organic and nutrition, each AGU feeding in excess of 500,000 souls annually, local and regional economic impact is expected to include the contracting of more than 1,000 persons and adding substantially to family incomes. From micro and small enterprise, collaborations are forming into sustainable, local, regional and international multi-sectors of industry. Along the way, eco-enterprise development creates vertical market commerce from other complimenting eco resources developed conjointly.
The Collaborative Capital Models compliments rather than displaces the Macro working capital model of current global small enterprise development. As in most models of sciences, the original model generally will become too limited.
Collaborative Capital Modeling is a revolutionary Paradigm and tailored for selected working capital Zones and or Country markets designated as Eco Impact Zones.
Eco Impact Zones are global, yet regional and consist of collaborative, working capital potential for the construction, organization, development, funding and operation of sustainable micro enterprise collaborations involving agriculture, eco energies, hydro, eco modalities, ports of trade and more.
This concept is a "paradigm shift" that will be studied and discussed in the history and sociology of science and alternative working capital enterprise development models.
Less regional than SAGIA's model and developed more for the under-served micro enterprises friendly regions of the Globe, Micro Enterprise WorldWide Collaborators Collaborative Capital Models encompass a more turn-key approach to micro or small enterprise collaborative development.
"The Group's" flexibility with both Urban or Rural Financial Structure Plan(s) (FSP), funding and cooperative management to full development of Micro or Small Enterprise collaborations in Rural Eco-Agri Collaborative Capital Models or Urban Eco-Agri Collaborative Capital Models provides multi-sector, alternative micro capital development, globally and is also a "paradigm shift."
...in the Eco Impact Zones of Under-Served, Friendly Frontier Markets...