Radical New Collaborations for Local Economies

September 23, 2013 at 11:19 am Leave a comment

from Collaborate, The Social Spaces blog, February 10, 2013

It’s exciting to be sharing a year’s worth of thinking about innovative ways of increasing collaborative activity on high streets that doesn’t rely on local residents to be simply consumers — but partners, makers and social investors as well.

From this perspective both business and innovative social projects view each other as mutually dependent rather than mutually exclusive or competitive. The primary proposition to businesses is that by giving priority to increasing the social aspects of their business, they will be transforming their relationships with customers and developing a genuine partnership for sustaining the economic and social infrastructure of their local community.

A lovely idea in theory – but how do we put this concept into practice? We have designed 6 primary strategies…More HERE>>


Entry filed under: Business, Community, Relocalization.

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