It is well known that there are significant differences in per capita income and living standards across countries and demographics, and the accumulation of physical and human capital does not explain all these differences. Technological and knowledge difference is the single most significant factor influencing income disparity, health and well-being. Technological change and knowledge accumulation are the most important driving force of economic growth and improved standards of life and well-being. A lack of access to knowledge and technological know-how and expertise is a barrier to innovation, growth and advancement of individuals and entire economies.
Conversely, even in the most advanced countries with an abundance of technological and knowledge resources, present material development is grossly unsustainable.
Our work supports all the pillars of the new global economy: science, innovation, technology, entrepreneurship and knowledge. Accelerating the transition to sustainable production and supply systems is a lasting resource that nurtures infinite growth and innovation that in all industries.
We believe in having a mission that matters and we use this simple philosophy to guide all our decisions. Our mission is one that has the potential to touch many lives, and we make sure that all our partners feel connected to it and empowered to help achieve it.