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The Green Millionaire Monetizing Green Strategies in Emerging Markets

By: Patrick Green
Publisher: iUniverse
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The book is an opportunity to learn about the different enterprise building nuggets and how to make money with the application of green strategies in emerging markets. The green business and the environmental sector in the developing economies are dimensionally virgin. The book will explore different opportunities for investment, empower new business start ups and start the process of equipping the world for sustainability. The tools and methodologies involved in building a viable, strong and feasible entity in green businesses will be treated in detail to ensure that readers will be able to capitalise on this opportunity. There is a level of stagnation setting in the economies of the developed world because most of these countries have reached a peak performance and are on a downward trend. The emerging markets are in the developing economies. At the interface of this market is strategy and innovation.

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