Promoting business communication, investment procedure political permeation, re-imaged marketing and local participation. The effect is the opening of every man's awareness to the fact that he can be involved in any level of the economic process.
An integral part of globalizing equitable investments so that each person shares in the responsibility and the reward (in terms of social benefits) of global investment schemes.
Tactics include: business communication to introduce a variety of educational business resources; investment procedures to open up ways of understanding the underlying principles of investment; legal know-how and market techniques to allow participation in the basic decisions of the economic process; and indigenous marketing to allow involvement in the projection of future marketing processes. An example of this is one person's participation in the creation of a neighbourhood co-op market.
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