Who is the entrepreneurial revolution for? Everyone, of course. But especially the disenfranchised. Our global community is composed of many sects and subsects of people. The entrepreneurial revolution is a surefire way to address these issues and lead the world into a better future that prioritizes people first.
Entrepreneurship is the backbone of society, unifying our global community like a rubber band keeping a stack of cards in order. Yet, like a rubber band, its resilience is equal to its sturdiness and strength, able to adapt to unpredictable changes and stretch to its limits in the name of innovation. Embracing creativity and change, entrepreneurship is ever-evolving, historically providing prosperity and health to humankind at large. So, why are we calling for an entrepreneurial revolution?
The most important factor in survival is neither intelligence nor strength, but adaptability.
– Charles Darwin
According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the estimated amount of money laundered globally in one year is 2 – 5% of global GDP, or $800 billion – $2 trillion in US dollars. But, of course, we can never really know exactly how much damage is being done due to the very nature of money laundering.