We supported some small business start-ups with social aims, among which fair trade shops, restaurants, responsible tourism, cinema and bar. Some of them are still operating in full autonomy. During these years we generated jobs, thanks to the project called WWW-we wanna work designed for young unemployed people.
We create fundraising socio-cultural events to raise money for the humanitarian projects of Saint Joseph’s congregation worldwide. An example? The Ekuò advent Concert in Vicenza.
We promote sustainability in the economic world, helping entrepreneurs and freelancers to be more and more sustainable with each passing year, referring to the 4Es model described below.
Keeping balance in the economic flow on the mid-long term, with adequate revenues for high-risk capital investors, maintaining a long-term strategic business vision
Contributing to the creation not only of an economic value, but also of a humanitarian one. Carrying the burden of both social and economic responsibilities in a broad range of meanings, for example by supporting humanitarian or social projects.
Murialdo World gives visibility and accountability to those entrepreneurs and freelancers who commit to sustainability in their activities.
Entrepreneurs and freelancers stress the strategic importance of sustainability and share the results with their stakeholders through their websites and communication channels.
Are you an entrepreneur or a freelancer? Do you want more information about the 4Es model of Ekuò Sustainability?
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