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72% of the world population is considered ‘poor’, but the recent study by The World Resources Institute found that 4,700 million people have purchasing power in excess of 3,700 million Euros a day! The report titled ‘The Next 4 Billion’ (the next four billion, market and business strategy at the base of the pyramid).
The report focuses on this population of millions of men and women of Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean, whose incomes are below the poverty line in Western societies, but which together represent a huge potential economic.
Says the report: “Making the BOP population entering the formal economy should be a critical element in any strategy to create wealth and inclusive growth. In the XXI century will prosper those companies and entrepreneurs who have enough vision to adapt its offerings to the needs of low-income consumers. Companies that can provide cost effective solutions in areas such as food, potable water, medical services, housing, basic necessities, and accessories. “
SCINET Corporation is installing new assembly workshops in different regions of the world included in the ‘Base of the Pyramid’ for the mass production of innovative mini-plants in mobile containers. The mini-mobile manufacturing plants are assembled in these workshops are intended for assembly in developing countries and offer a range of commodities and services, from food processing or items of household goods, shoes or clothing to water purification and primary health care.
The Mini-plants in mobile containers is the only system in the world that can provide up to 6 products of first necessity, for a dollar a day.
In addition, all operate assembly plants connected to the Operating System of International Trade (World Trade System) database that provides access to 60 million references to goods, raw materials, products, and services worldwide through digital certificates trade.