This is probably the best binary system in the world. You need to understand that there is a risk when you play with binary options. The whole idea is to learn the difference between some other gambling systems and this one. Although you will be able to sell and buy binary options, you need to make sure that you have learned all the rules that are given to you. Those rules exist for a reason, and Fintech Ltd will try to help you to earn money. The market is a big mystery, and your job is to predict the changes in prices. If you guess it right, you will earn money, if you guess it wrong, well you lose money. As you can see, there are only two possibilities, and your job is to choose one of them. The binary options could increase the value or decrease the value.
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Fostering Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid. A
by Felipe Perez Pineda, Carlos Martinez
Product Type: Case Publication Date: 04/2014 Product ID#: 1-429-387 Length: 20pages
Core Disciplines: Base of the Pyramid; Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Emerging and Developing Economies; Entrepreneurship & Innovation; Non-Profit/Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs); Social Enterprise (Social Entrepreneurship); Strategy & Management; Sustainability
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DESCRIPTION: Honorable Mention – 2014 NextBillion Case Writing Competition. The Peruvian NGO Healthy City combats the country’s solid waste problem through three programs: developing comprehensive sanitation projects alongside municipalities, empowering and funding small recycling businesses, and training students in best environmental practices. The case finds the protagonist Albina Ruiz looking for a way to make the organization financially independent, while getting a feel for what her future role in the organization should be. She could take on an administrative role and attend to public relations duties or continue to do what she loves – training recyclers. Students are asked to place themselves in Ruiz’s shoes and devise workable solutions.
After reading and discussing this case, students should be able to:
Apply a Sustainable Vision strategy as a way to create value and address social problems.
Apply the Shared Value concept as a way to create economic value while solving a problem for society.
Employ good corporate governance practices to avoid conflict among businesses.
Differentiate between two options facing social entrepreneurs: “Rich,” with more resources for the organization, versus “King,” or “do what I like.”
Secondary Tags: Business and Society; Innovation
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